haitch wrote:Thanks Hooli, that's a nice offer! I'll get in touch once I've wrangled once I'm done wrangling the other three bikes through servicing this weekend.
You know where to find me.
blybo wrote:any fine cut and polish compound will work. I've got a white frame too and find even Jiff works well, I just wouldn't use too often. I'd then wax the frame to help protect the area. Meguiars car polishes are what I've used in the past, the bug and tar remover has gotten ride of most blemishes.
Looks like this is the new version of the bug and tar remover
http://www.meguiars.com.au/productdetai ... rep&show=1
And the wax I use
http://www.meguiars.com.au/productdetai ... ect&show=1
Slightly OT; What Jiff is really good for is cleaning white decals like those on my wheels that suffered staining from brake grime.
jiff is (in my opinion) very abrasive, I have used it to prep paint for painting...
It might be good at removing dirt and grime, but it also leaves scrathches in the paint.
It might not show up in white, because white is a very reflective colour,and that might hide the scratches, but try it on black, and you wil see what I mean...
You are better off staying with the polish, this is much finer.
I haven't used meguiars, but it should defenatly be better then jiff.