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Using A Motorcycle Visor Cleaner

By Marissa Velazquez

As much as we like riding motorbikes, it comes with higher risks than driving a car. This calls for more safety measure while on route. A good helmet will do as long as it is well maintained and has a clear view. Quality motorcycle visor cleaner is necessary to achieve the desired cleanliness.

One may think this cleaning process is simple and easy. It is not the case; a thorough and good cleaning requires skill and the right tools. The wrong cleaning material or detergent will result in scratches or damage to the helmet. If not certain of cleaning it, let the work be done by professionals at a small fee.

The manufacturers these days pack the cleaning product together with cleaning materials like a soft cloth or sponge. This way you don't have to use bad material that will scratch the helmet or visor. Always inspect the sponge and be sure it is ok for your helmet and that the chemical will not damage your hands when used.

In the process of cleaning your motorcycle helmet, cotton buds and brushes may be needed. Once you have all the necessary material, find an open space and get to work. Consider doing this with the sun up so as to speed up the process of drying the helmet both outside and inside. Use a counter or wide table so as to make your work easy.

Your hands need to be washed first before starting the cleaning process. Ensure the brushes and cotton buds are clean and smooth. Failure to observe this may result in tear or scratch in the helmet. If it is your first time or when not familiar with the parts of the helmet, take a picture so as to have it easy when reassembling the pieces.

As soon as you're ready with all that is required, it is time to lay on the table the helmet. Remove the parts and screws one by one and lay them in order of removal. The helmet pads and inner lining are removed and soaked in warm water with a visor disinfectant.

A clean non invasive sponge is then used to clean the visor. Your fingers are moved on the surface of the glass to remove any left dirt. Use the brush to access unreachable parts of the shell after which use the soft cloth to shine its surface. After allowing the visor to dry, spray a coat an agent to prevent fogging.

When all parts are dry, start the reassembly process. Lubricate the parts using grease to prevent friction and to protect the pars from the weather and rust then put them back in place. The photos taken before disassembly will guide in this stage. Tighten all screws then polish the helmet to give a glossy shine. Compare the reassembled helmet with the pictures taken earlier to be sure it is well in place and ready for use. After this, keep safe the rest of the motorcycle visor cleaner.

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