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This is a discussion on Amsoil Mudslinger within the Wolverine X2/X4 General Discussion forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine X2 & X4 847cc SxS category; Used to use wd40 to coat ATV plastics, would make it shiny and mud would spray right off....

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    Used to use wd40 to coat ATV plastics, would make it shiny and mud would spray right off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrry261 View Post
    Used to use wd40 to coat ATV plastics, would make it shiny and mud would spray right off.
    I’ve heard that works well too. But I’ve also heard dust sticks to it then.


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    I tried this stuff herd a lot of good reviews. As far as making the machine look shinny and new and smell like cherries it worked. As far as easier clean up it had no effect. The dirt and dust did not just come off. It actually made the dust stick to it. It took my normal effort with the power washer o clean it. I will have to try the mudslinger next.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 19Wherry View Post
    I tried this stuff herd a lot of good reviews. As far as making the machine look shinny and new and smell like cherries it worked. As far as easier clean up it had no effect. The dirt and dust did not just come off. It actually made the dust stick to it. It took my normal effort with the power washer o clean it. I will have to try the mudslinger next.
    I agree. Dust definitely sticks to SC1 and I’m sure Mudslinger will be the same. However, SC1 excels at resisting mud and water making clean up a breeze.

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    From my trials on many cleaners, waxes, etc. I found pledge (best/cheapest option) works for the quick job with a nice sheen that restores colors to the plastic and keeps dust off great. SC1 works great too for a deep clean that removes woods stripes on roll bars and all.
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    I’ve herd about pledge too. Is their a certain type?
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    Well I took it down the gravel roads to test out the new Hunterworks sheave and weights. That was an awesome upgrade by the way. The dust did collect on the lower portion of the doors and fenders. However, one wipe with a rag and it came right off. Even on the textured plastic. The dust stuck to the rag and not the machine. I’d like to try pledge too as I’ve heard it works. All in all I like the way the mudslinger performed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rip3618 View Post
    I agree. Dust definitely sticks to SC1 and I’m sure Mudslinger will be the same. However, SC1 excels at resisting mud and water making clean up a breeze.
    Quote Originally Posted by 19Wherry View Post
    I tried this stuff herd a lot of good reviews. As far as making the machine look shinny and new and smell like cherries it worked. As far as easier clean up it had no effect. The dirt and dust did not just come off. It actually made the dust stick to it. It took my normal effort with the power washer o clean it. I will have to try the mudslinger next.
    I have been happy with using SC1 and it sounds like the Mudslinger is supposed to work the same. According to the Amsoil site it smells like cherry as well?? Seems like an odd coincidence
    It looks like Mudslinger and other Amsoil sprays aren't available in Canada due to exceeding VOC limits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 19Wherry View Post
    I’ve herd about pledge too. Is their a certain type?
    I just use the normal yellow can...wasn’t aware there were different types.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozer370 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 19Wherry View Post
    I’ve herd about pledge too. Is their a certain type?
    I just use the normal yellow can...wasn’t aware there were different types.
    Thanks. Lol

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