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For those who want to keep their machines clean try Spectro Motorcycle wash. I just pressure washed mine today. Prerinsed with pressure washer, sprayed with Spectro Motorcycle wash, let set a few minutes and rinsed with the pressure washer. All the grime just seems to melt away. Only the leading edge of my mower deck needed me to use a sponge to clean up the grass stains. Works great for all those hard to reach spots. I have used this stuff to clean numerous items and I'm impressed on how well it works.
And it leaves your machine free of water spots. :thThumbsU

http://www.spectro-oils.com/products/cleaners/xl1.asp
 

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Hi ya HellBender,

Do you need to use a pressure washer for the product to work properly?

Greg
 

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Your tractor looks nice. I'll give that a try. slkpk
 

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S100 Motorcycle wash works well too.

glc, I've found that a regular hose on a jet spray setting works well as long as you have good pressure.
 

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Do you need to use a pressure washer for the product to work properly?

Greg
I thought you were asking if my Massey needed a pressure wash to work properly. LOL

No,
It's made to wash road grime from bikes without leaving spots. The stubborn spots just need a little coaxing with a sponge to be removed. My deck needed a cleaning before winter storage so I pressure washed it. It still had a grimy dirt film on it so I tried the bike wash. Looks almost as good as the day I brought it home.
 

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For those who want to keep their machines clean try Spectro Motorcycle wash. I just pressure washed mine today. Prerinsed with pressure washer, sprayed with Spectro Motorcycle wash, let set a few minutes and rinsed with the pressure washer. All the grime just seems to melt away. Only the leading edge of my mower deck needed me to use a sponge to clean up the grass stains. Works great for all those hard to reach spots. I have used this stuff to clean numerous items and I'm impressed on how well it works.
And it leaves your machine free of water spots. :thThumbsU

http://www.spectro-oils.com/products/cleaners/xl1.asp
nice. where did you buy it?
 

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i'm going to buy some of this stuff and try it this summer.
 

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Spectro Motorcycle wash impresses me every time I use it. It's my new multipurpose cleaner if I have nothing better to chose from. I just used it for the second time to clean my tractor because my wife said my tractor was really dirty. It's dirty because I'm using it. Any way, it had alot of dirt and mud splatter from spring digging.. This time I only used a garden hose. I pre-rinsed, sprayed with the wash and rinsed again with the garden hose. WOW is all I have to say. Looked better than a pressure wash alone could have done. Wasn't film free but darn close. Even the wheels that were caked with dirt were cleaned beyond any expectation. That front tire was buried in mud to where I had to push myself out with the loader multiple times. I just wish I had before pictures for you all. Any dirt you see is all new dirt from filling low spots in yard yesterday.
 

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