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Harley Davidson Transformed After Dry Ice Blasting!

Today, one of the markets that you see a lot of competition in is that of keeping ...

Today, one of the markets that you see a lot of competition in is that of keeping your ride clean. With all sorts of different grime that builds up on your machine whether it be a car, truck, motorcycle, or something else, there are a variety of cleaning products that you can use to tackle a whole bunch of different dirt. This time, we catch up with somebody who has an idea that seems to be a little bit different from the rest of what you will see out there on the shelf these days. In fact, there’s a whole process that goes into keeping this motorcycle clean.

In this one, we take a look at a process that’s known as dry ice blasting. Basically, what happens, is the bike is coated with a substance that is then pressure washed off, removing all of the crud that gets on the bike while it’s out and about, thundering through the streets. Until you actually head out and spend some time on the road with something that you’re trying to keep clean, you never really realize how much can be built up on your machine that’s bringing down that nice luster. With something like this, you could have a clean machine all the time!

Follow along in the video down below that shows you the process of dry ice blasting that will make you want to go out and try this one for yourself as it peels back all of the contaminants on the paint and other components of this motorcycle. After watching the whole process that is involved with the dry ice blasting, tell us what you think of how this hog is brought back to life and let us know if this is something that you would try out on your own ride. Some people will go to incredible lengths to keep their machines clean and this is just another display of exactly how that’s true.





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