02-12-2017, 02:26 PM
Join Date: Jan 2014
Location: SouthEast of Denver
I wouldn't use acetone.
I use Bike Brite to clean my tires and the firewall & fender aprons. I would use it to clean my engine too, but I usually use a foaming engine cleaner for that.
It's pretty strong, so I don't use it inside. If I were to use it on my aftermarket flares, I would try an inconspicuous area before dousing the entire flare.
I used it for years and years to clean my motorcycles with never a problem. I buy it in bulk and dilute it in a spray bottle.
Another product is Bleche Wite (actual spelling). Even stronger than Bike Brite. I only use that to clean my tires. I had Gangster whites on my Road King for a season and the Bleche Wite kept them really white. The next season I went to black walls. I would rather ride than clean whitewalls.
Whitewalls on a Jeep??? Ha Ha Ha
Good Luck, L.M.
1987 YJ-4.2L-Standard Shift- Re-manufactured Carter Carb-2" body Lift-31X10.5X15 BFG KOs-190K Miles
HEI distributor with computer and all related relays and wiring removed.
No back seat.
12K Badlands winch with dual batteries.