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Apparently, my bike hadn't cooled down quite enough when I put my Nelson-Rigg cover on it. It melted slightly onto my exhaust pipe and I'm not sure what kind cleaner I can use on the exhaust pipe without hurting it. Can somebody help me out? Thanks!
 

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I don't know what it is called, but it is glass stove top cleaner. I snagged some from my parents and used that on my rims, and my pipe. That shit cleans anything off. You don't want to use anything too abrasive on the pipe, but any chemical grease strippers and a rag should work, might take a while though. I've used polishing compounds and a buffing wheel on my pipe before, and it cleaned it up and made it look as good as new.:)
 

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Tailpipe is now shining! Had some WD-40 laying around, so I tried that. It took a little bit off, but not most of it. Then I foamed it with the stove cleaner and the stuff on my pipe wiped right off (after I let the foam work for about 20 minutes). Thanks for the help, guys! :)
 
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