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Old 03-19-2010, 04:59 PM   #1
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That time of the year

For the pollen to get everywhere! My bike was relatively clean this morning, and here it is after sitting outside in the parking lot.
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My truck is the same way
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how dare you let a zx-10 get that dirty!!! my truck got da same yellow ...abuddy of mine said it was acid rain... lmao!!!
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Ill take this weather for the rest of my life if I could,beats freezin,rainin,snowin and/or all the above at same time
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Ill take this weather for the rest of my life if I could,beats freezin,rainin,snowin and/or all the above at same time
Definately dont mind the weather, I'll take a bit of pollen if it means the weather is warm.
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What comes next are the nasty love-bugs. Their guts are like that nasty acid drool substance that leaks from the Alien's in the movies. It eats paint or anything else it touches.

So, yeah. This pollen, I can deal with...
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What comes next are the nasty love-bugs. Their guts are like that nasty acid drool substance that leaks from the Alien's in the movies. It eats paint or anything else it touches.

So, yeah. This pollen, I can deal with...
Easily removed with a wet drier sheet. Friggin crazy. I didnt believe it at first.
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Easily removed with a wet drier sheet. Friggin crazy. I didnt believe it at first.
You mean laundry dryer sheet, right? Guess what I'm about to buy
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What comes next are the nasty love-bugs. Their guts are like that nasty acid drool substance that leaks from the Alien's in the movies. It eats paint or anything else it touches.

So, yeah. This pollen, I can deal with...
you forgot to mention that they smell like throw up and stain clothes/mesh jackets
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A few years the wifes Grandfather was cleaning them off his big azz flat faced RV. I laughed till I helped him. They came right off.
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Easily removed with a wet drier sheet. Friggin crazy. I didnt believe it at first.
Any particular brand work best? I will give this a shot!
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And there's a thread about this, why?
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And there's a thread about this, why?
Because some of us choose to actually ride our bikes on a daily-basis -- rather than keeping the bike in a garage for months at a time?
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Great, if you ever need a place to keep it I have room in my garage.
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Really who cares?
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Re: That time of the year

My truck is covered in pollen. It looks like someone cleaned a chalk board eraser on my hood.
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