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Hi guys,

pretty straight forward question. my bike has been outdoors for it's years in my service. given with this it has collected some nice rocky gunk in places.

As I go here and there with my bike while working on it, can I use some small gasoline on a rag to wipe down metal components that are starting to look like artifacts? I know not to do this for electrical stuff.

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Well since no one else here knows lol
I wouldn't use gasoline on anything painted nor kerosine some of the best stuff I found for engine gunk and road gunk is oil eater but keep it away from plastic. The safest but still good at cleaning would be simple green. Spray it on then let it soak for a while. Then use a hi pressure hose will prolly get it pretty clean.
***** note***** I normally never recommend hi pressure on a bike keep it away from carbs and electronics and the top of the engine
Personally simple green with a scrub brush and time rince off really well then wax any paint
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