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Common Tread

Video: What's the best way to clean up stains from your bike?

Jul 30, 2020

Motorcycle maintenance leaves its marks on your garage floor, driveway, sidewalk, or wherever it is that you work on your bike.

Or maybe you’ve left your mark with a roadside breakdown somewhere. “Yes, ma’am, I’ll clean it up!” as your vintage bike pulls an Exxon-Valdez again. Even the most careful and well intentioned motorcyclists make a mess from time to time. Motorcycles are just collections of carefully controlled leaks, after all.

So how do you clean up after spills or long-term grime buildup? Donut Media’s crew split up the task of cleaning a stained driveway, and they did find a clear winner. And the loser? He’ll have to clean the rest of the driveway by himself.

I have to say, the laundry detergent results were impressive, though the degreaser clearly won the day. Even more amazing is the fact that over half a million people watched three dudes clean their driveway. At least I now have options beyond “shoot brake cleaner at the problem area until it stops helping.” Have any cleanup secrets that Donut missed?