|Rev-up your chrome to a show-stealing shine!|
Nothing’s more stunning than the magnificent gleam of polished chrome. Set your bike ahead of the pack with this new polishing soap from S100 that turns ordinary chrome into high wattage steel. This polish is quick and clean to use, all-inclusive—just add water—and yields a vivid shine with a mirror-like finish. The jar consists of a dry clay-based soap and a 1 ˝ inch thick polishing sponge that rinses completely clean and stores in the cap. Its convenient packaging makes it great for road trips.
The polishing soap itself creates a nice smelling, clean white lather—a far cry from those old polishes that produce black, oily remains and messy clean-up. It’s harmless to your skin.
Use S100 on exhaust pipes, handlebars, spokes, exhaust tips, forks, headers, and polished wheels and casings. But don’t overlook the dozens of applications besides your bike. It’s safe for use on fiberglass, porcelain, stainless steel, glass, ceramic, grout, aluminum and plastics (Not intended for use on anodized and painted surfaces.) It has a hundred different applications—all over your boat, throughout the kitchen, in the bathroom, on jewelry and silver goods, and on your car. Tarnish, rust and unsightly blemishes disappear!
- Use S100 Polishing Soap on cool surfaces only.
- Wash the motorcycle to remove dirt and oil. Its not necessary to dry it.
- Wet the included sponge thoroughly and wring it out until its just dripping. Drag it across the soap several times and then squeeze the sponge to create lather.
- Rub the metal vigorously. When applying polishes, speed is generally more effective than pressure.
- S100 says you can allow the soap to dry to a haze and then buff or rinse well with water. We recommend rinsing. It’s a safe rule of thumb to rinse any polish or cleaner off your motorcycle quickly since shiny chrome has a tendency to spot.
- Once the bike is thoroughly rinsed, blast it dry with the Metro Air Force Blaster to prevent water spots.