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cleaning low gel seats

anyone use anything special to clean the low gel seat? Get the letters clean and what not? Or just soap and water?
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Soap and water should do it. You can always hit the white parts with GOOP hand cleaner before washing.

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Warm soapy water for the black and very small amount of woolite stain remover/cleaner foam on a small brush for the letters worked for me.

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Rain works pretty well. For real bad dirt I ride through the rain in my Tourmaster caliber pants. Seems to keep the seat clean.


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Rain works pretty well. For real bad dirt I ride through the rain in my Tourmaster caliber pants. Seems to keep the seat clean.
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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-10-2012, 09:45 PM
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Hi Tommyt37,

Hope the seat cleans up well. Please to post to let us know if what you used worked.

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