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I was wiping down my trusty steed today and noticed a spot on the rear fender. As best I can describe it, it looks like your car after you've waxed it and missed a spot when your buffing it off. Hazing if you will. Now I've never used anything on the anodizing except for S100 and the Harley spray polish. I guess I could have used a chrome polish on the fender base plate and got some on the fender. Anyway, I don't know what to use to try and remove the spot. I figured I would get your ideas before I try and use something which may damage the surface even more. Help! :(
 

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Danno, you can pretty much use any cleaner and it will not effect the anodizing. One of the thing we use here is Laquer Thinner to clean up the sheet metal before we strip it. The thinner will not hurt the anodize at all and cleans like a SOB. Just don't get it on any other parts.
 

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Thanks for the tip. I'll give it a shot and see what happens.
 
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