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I used to swear by Honda bright spray polish. Even found a case of the stuff on ebay when they were discontinued. Well I'm all out and don't know what to use. Can't seem to find any old stock of the stuff. Anyone have any comparable alternatives?
 

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The aerosol Honda Polish? I just bought two cans at my local dealership. Are you telling me I should go back and buy it all? Are they discontinuing it?<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:eek:ffice" /><o:p></o:p>

That must not be it as I just googled it and see lots of places selling it.
 

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Original Bike Spirits. Used the Honda Spray Cleaner for years until they lost the patent, sold it, whatever the drama was. I heard this was the same formula, rebranded, and tried a can. I think it's the same stuff.
 

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The Suzuki Spray Cleaner and Polish is the same as the original Honda product. Every Honda/Suzuki dealer who has tried it agrees. Good stuff.
 

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Not to piss in the punch bowl, but Harley makes it as well. I wonder if it's all made in the same plant with different manufacturers labels on it?

Of course you can charge more for it if it says Harley instead of Honda or Suzuki.
 

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Spray polish shine from Innotec. You can use it on almost every part of the bike.
 

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Motul Wash & Wax spray. I love the stuff and it smells glorious. It's all I wash my bike with. No water used here.

 

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Where's that Glare stuff?? I heard it is terrific!?
 

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Ed's right about the Suzuki spray. It's good. When I sold my Honda store back in 2006, I brought home an entire case of the Honda spray. I've still got a fair amount and I'm bogarting my supply.
 

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I use Plexus. It's not cheap but does a really good job. I think it was originally intended for polishing aircraft plexiglass cockpit canopies.

I used to only be able to buy it from my local pilot supply shop, but get it from eBay these days.

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