Anything is possible. I found a product called "Salt Eraser" made by Dry Shine. Might be work a try.
Driving on a salted road isn't going to hurt your bike, give it a good wash and that's it. As for the WD-40, that's get for spraying in electrical contractors and that's about it. If you want a laying lubricant that will actual resolve salt, get some fluid film and give your bike a good coat. Toss the wd crap in the trashHi everyone, does anyone now if this method actually neutralizes salt?
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I did exactly what it says but for the automotive wash I used I think it was called simply green. Made about 2 gallons, sprayed it all over the frame and wells then splashed the rest of the bucket on it. I rinsed it before by plashing with the bucket and also rinsed it off after the ‘salt neutralizer’. I did this because I took the machine on a salted road(not for long only about a 100m 4 times). I am going to store it today by plastering it in WD-40. I hate rust and I just want to know if what I did might have worked. Thanks for the input.