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    Cleaning Carbon Parts

    Any tips and advice on cleaning and maintaining carbon fibre?

    what are your opinions on gloss vs satin finish? Is one easier to clean or harder wearing than the other?

    Thinking I'll order a new hugger, to get rid of that stupid frigging hole in the standard one, maybe a chai guard as well.

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    Carbon Fibre

    Just clean carbon fibre like you would any other part of the bodywork.

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    Re: Cleaning Carbon Parts

    You're really cleaning the clearcoat on it. If there are no special instructions then just do as you would normally.

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    Re: Cleaning Carbon Parts

    Cheers lads.

    I was thinking that would be the case with gloss, wasn't sure if the satin finish had a clear coat or was natural.

    Think I'll go for the satin finish full six, and a puig dark screen as well. A wee Christmas present to myself!

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    Re: Cleaning Carbon Parts

    Conquest should be able to get you feedback from Full Six on care for their products. Worth doing, and if you find out something different let us know.

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