Easiest to clean white bar tape?

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by Frankie13

Baby wipes are perfect for cleaning. They will easily clean the white tape. They are also great for cleaning greasy hands.

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by cerro

spartan wrote:
Sun Dec 09, 2018 10:55 pm
FIZIK CLASSIC SUPERLIGHT . stay white easily. the tape has no damping so use some gel cushioning underneath common areas
My favorite bartape, even stays white on my winterbike :) 2mm for the lightest thinnest option of course.
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by tymon_tm

+1 on Fizik

been using Fiziks's white tapes for 10+ years now, the big secret here is I wash it every time it gets dirty. I just use regular cleaning liquid and a sponge or a piece of thick rag. I can't recall using more than 2 tapes per year.. and this year I'm still rolling on a tape I put on ~15 monts ago...
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by brownish

Bike Ribbon Professional - stays clean and lasts forever

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by sfo423

I have the white Fizik Superlight Tacky and it feels great but is impossible to clean and gets dirty easier than most white tapes. I’ll try the Pro Smart Silicone next.

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by TurboKoo

I’ve been riding white handlebar tapes since 1996. Currently using PRO sport control team.

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by WorkonSunday

another vote for shiney Fizik Superlight. managed to use it for a year without cleaning then stupid mechanic changed it without letting me know in advanced....
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