THE   DEVIL'S   DETAIL

THE DEVIL’S DUTIES

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Motorcycle Detailing Technician Tasks

 

 

SURFACES:

Various metals: chrome, brass, copper, bronze, colored cast, aluminum and painted metals. Vinyl, leather, rubber, plastics, fiberglass, acrylic, plexiglass, wood and fabrics. Painted areas, new and old decals (cleaning or removal), new and old stickers (cleaning or removal) and coating protectants on surfaces when applicable.

BELOW MID SECTION:

Below gas tank components, frame, pipes, cables, chain,

chain guard, engine, engine plates, head cover, cylinders, engine fins, pipes, running boards, peddles, kick stand, center stand, engine underside and the belly of the bike.

 

 

BACK WHEEL:

Tire sides, white walls, rims, spokes, axel, brake plate,

wheel cover plates,

shocks/shock springs, arms, chain, chain guard,

chain gear (if exposed), fender, tail light, blinkers,

luggage rack, license plate and license plate frame.

 

FRONT WHEEL:

Tire sides, white walls, rims, spokes, axel, wheel cover plates, brake plate, shocks, arms and fender.

 

 

COCK PIT:

Head light, blinkers, handle bars, brake handles, cables, handle pads, instrument panel (speedometer, odometer, tachometer, fuel gauges), mirrors and windshield.

 

 

TOP MID SECTION:

Gas tank, gas tank lid, seat (leather or vinyl), chrome studs on seats, seat bands/belt, passenger seat/backrest and passenger grab handles.

DOES:

Clean (removal of dust, dirt, bugs, soot, cobwebs, nature blessings) wash, degrease, protects metals and painted areas, polish, and buffing.

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"The details are not the details.

                            They make the design,"  

                                                                 Charles Eames  

DOES NOT DO:

Automobiles, Solowheels, Bicycles, Boats, Yates, Airplanes, Jets and Helicopters.

The supplies are high-end motorcycle cleaning, polishes and protectants.

Special equipment and tools made specifically for detailing motorcycles are used.

 

Simple Green is the best and safest for the bike and the user for degreasing motorcycles.

It will not damage any suffice of the bike if properly used.

It is also environmentally friendly which makes this advocate for a healthier future happier.

Check out what my "IDLE HANDS"  has given to others through moyorcycle detaiing.

From First Prize in The Quail Motorcycle Gathering to being in

an International Museum show "Moto Bellissima"

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    Motorcycle Detailing in San Francisco and SF Bay Area.

 

Greatness can be in your detail.