I make this short. When washing my bike i must have gone stupid. I had never really cleaned my chain on the new bike i got this year, but i always kept the bike clean [ white bike ] and also havent done much riding that would gunk up my chain and sprockets. Anyway i noticed that there was a build up of the teflon chain lube on the components that i use it on [ chain and sprockets ]. No big deal. After washing my bike and scrubbing the chain etc, i decide to use wd 40 to clean the little gunk that i though was left on the chain etc. So i just spray the stuff and lots of it not looking to see the black resin running down all over my frame. I am dumm i guess. Anyway by the time i went to get a cloth it had dried on the bike. I tryed using more WD but it just made more of a mess. Anyway i used this stuff called goo gone that took most of it off. I also didnt know it it harms paint or not. I got almost all of it off, but some how i think the bike looks more dull than it did before. I also waxed it after with jet wax. I dont know why i am threading this but i guess dont use WD 40 on your bike. Anyone else have any suggestions?
My bike was so clean before i did this. I was pissed. Its white.
Later please excuse my typing