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  1. Another thing that is faster cheaper and better is what you need is dot5
    brake fluid and a clean rag put a little of brake fluid on the rag and
    start wiping down your Atv or dirt bike utv whatever your working on to get
    the platics looking good again I know it sounds weird and stupid and I know
    probably people in the coments are sayin your a dumass and what are you
    crazy no ok it works trust me if you want to save money this it the way to
    go you can get the dot5 break fluid at walmart dollar tree dollar genral
    auto zone advaced auto parts trust me have fun :-) 

  2. For my raptor 700 I used 50/50 mix for my 2002 raptor 660 I used 70/30. Use
    more thinner if the oxidation is more. Great video.

  3. For my raptor 700 I used 50/50 mix for my 2002 raptor 660 I used 70/30. Use
    more thinner if the oxidation is more. Great video.

  4. Now you just need some Lexol ph Leather Cleaner and a boar’s hair detailing
    brush for your seat. The whole thing will look close to new

  5. You can pick up some hot oil conditioner(kinda looks like vaseline) at
    walmart in the baseball glove section and hit that seat, And it will make
    the leather look brand new, I use it for all my leathers,and it smells
    great,.like a new baseball glove..

  6. I wonder if a regular application of 303 Protectant might stave off
    oxidation after the thinner/linseed oil treatment….

  7. Why are there several comments about how he should condition the “leather”
    seat? Do people actually think the seat is leather? Great video in any
    case!

  8. Hi there, has this lasted? I see its over a year old and would reallylove
    to know if it has lasted. And if not, how long did it last? Cheers.

  9. If you want permanent,gets rid of oxidation and those white stress bend
    marks..use a heat gun or a good hair dryer..look it up and you wont believe
    it.It works awesome.

  10. Curious to know how it lasted long term? was about to wet sand and polish
    the plastics on a dirt bike but came across this.

  11. BEWARE – i followed this video and it did make my plastics shine but it
    also left a sticky residue on the plastics that catch everything from towel
    lint to finger prints on them. The finish is Not smooth or slippery it is
    actually sticky. Now that i think about it its probably flammable too lol I
    fully regretted following this video and going out of my way to get what
    was required.