Motorex Bike Shine Extras

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MSRP : $12.98

Product Description

Remember how beautiful your bike looked the day you first brought it home from the shop? Motorex Bike Shine is a protective spray designed to freshen colors and maintain a high gloss finish on bicycle frames and components. Using silicon to protect and preserve your bike's paint and finish, Bike Shine is both water-repellent (water beads upon contact with it) and anti-static (it repels dust). In other words, it's the perfect way to make your bike look as if it were fresh from the showroom floor. And when applied just before a ride, Bike Shine offers a protective barrier against dirt and dust from the road or trail. Ideally applied after a good cleaning, simply spray some Motorex Bike Shine on whatever you wish to polish. A soft cloth can then be used to buff the surfaces, leaving a protective, high-gloss shine behind. Be sure to avoid getting Bike Shine on any brakes surfaces (rims and brake shoes) as it might impair braking performance.Motorex Bike Shine comes in a 500ml aerosol bottle -- enough for about 20 applications -- and is safe for carbon fiber frames and components.Please Note: Per UPS regulations, ORM-D items such as this must ship via surface transport: UPS Ground or UPS Standard (Canada). We are unable to ship ORM-D items Internationally, or to Alaska, Hawaii or Puerto Rico.

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