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and how the heck do u keep white boots so clean..ive always wanted white boots but i always thought theyd get stained and dirty really easily..but how does a A rider keep his boots so clean...

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His are probably so clean cause they don't get worn as much since he has three pairs! But if you think thats bad my friend has two pairs of tech 10s and a pair of tech 8s. As for me no pictures of my sg10s but they are still pretty white, just gotta pressure wash them off when you wash the bike off.

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and how the heck do u keep white boots so clean..ive always wanted white boots but i always thought theyd get stained and dirty really easily..but how does a A rider keep his boots so clean...

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Man, KJ always keeps his stuff clean. If you keep it clean from the start and clean it after every ride, its not hard to keep boots, bikes or whatever in showroom new condition!

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and how the heck do u keep white boots so clean..ive always wanted white boots but i always thought theyd get stained and dirty really easily..but how does a A rider keep his boots so clean...

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One thing I have found is that turtle wax F21 prevents a lot of materials from staining. If I don't spray it on my numberplates I have to scrub with a Mr. Clean magic eraser to get the boot marks off of them, but if I do spray it on most of the boot marks just wipe off with a damp paper towel. It also seems to keep boots from staining as badly, I just try not to put any on the inside of the boot b/c it makes them slippery.

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http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=542682

One thing I have found is that turtle wax F21 prevents a lot of materials from staining. If I don't spray it on my numberplates I have to scrub with a Mr. Clean magic eraser to get the boot marks off of them, but if I do spray it on most of the boot marks just wipe off with a damp paper towel. It also seems to keep boots from staining as badly, I just try not to put any on the inside of the boot b/c it makes them slippery.

ohh wow are those boots dirtyy...liquid preformance makes really good cleaning products...i have there topkote that is basically like maxima sc1 silicone stuff..makes dirt come off easy and not stick...and it can be used on engines without damaging anything..and it gives it a factory bike shine...i think itll work on boots as well...first vid i think http://motoxposure.com/tv/index.html

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http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=542682

One thing I have found is that turtle wax F21 prevents a lot of materials from staining. If I don't spray it on my numberplates I have to scrub with a Mr. Clean magic eraser to get the boot marks off of them, but if I do spray it on most of the boot marks just wipe off with a damp paper towel. It also seems to keep boots from staining as badly, I just try not to put any on the inside of the boot b/c it makes them slippery.

Mr. Clean magic eraser is what I use to keep my white boots clean, Just sneak one from the wife when she is not looking. They are also great for cleaning alot of other things on your bike. They work great to on car clean day, they get road grim and bugs off with out scrubing all day.

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