Washing your motorcycle with a pressure washer is the easiest way to get it clean. The bike will also dry faster because water won’t be sitting on it for hours at a time. Cleaning your bike regularly is important in order to keep the paint job looking shiny and new. If you don’t have access to a garden hose, or simply want an easier way to do this, then using one of these machines will make things much more manageable. What are you waiting for? Go out there and give your beloved machine some TLC!
Do you know how to wash your motorcycle with a pressure washer? For most people, cleaning their bikes is a tedious task that they avoid. Luckily for us motorcyclists, we have the power of a pressure washer to help speed up the process! I know some people say that you should not use a pressure washer. But I have been using it successfully for many years, and I haven’t noticed any ill effects. This video will show you how to use one and all of its benefits. So, let’s go outside and do it.
How do I clean my bike with a pressure washer? The first thing that needs to be done before using any cleaning equipment on your motorcycle is removing dirt from the surface. Pre-washing is a must to help keep the infliction of swirl marks, scratches and abrasions to an absolute minimum. The key is to remove as much dirt as you can before actually touching the motorcycle.
Snow Foam or Pre-Wash products are applied and allowed to dwell for several minutes – how long you leave it to stay on the surface depends on the product, so be sure to check the instructions on the product you’re using. Pre-washing and snow foaming is a non-contact step. It softens dirt and surrounds the larger dirt particles; when the bubbles pop and slide, they draw the dirt particles away from the surface of the paintwork. This includes traffic film, grit, insects and bird droppings. The snow foam is then rinsed off.
I hope this article has given you some ideas on how to clean your motorcycle. But if you want a quick, easy guide for cleaning it up in the future, AND walk through a whole cleaning process, subscribe my YouTube channel! All of these tips are detailed there and more information is always being added. Thank you so much for reading this blog post and good luck with all of your projects-I’m rooting for ya!