WV...no problem with hijacking, it happens all the time here and I'm done with the other problem anyway.
I "discovered" the Glare products back in April, but didn't get to use it until June, when I got my bike. I think Big Daddy also got some and has used it as well. I have tried almost every product imaginable for polishing/waxing my toys over the years, and can say without any reservation that this is absolutely the best I've ever used. The application process is a bit different, in that the first "coat" needs to be rubbed into the paint until it almost completely disappears, then the finish coat is applied and allowed to haze over like other products. If you will review the Webikeworld links mentioned above, it gives a good description of the process and the results. It is the only product I've ever used that gave the finish that "wet" look and depth I've always been looking for in a polish. I have also read/heard that Honda offered the product under a different name, but I just got mine from the manufacturer. A little goes a long way, so a bottle of it will last a long, long time. I use it on the paint, chrome, and the windshield. I also use the leather treatment, wash, and tire dressing. The tire dressing does not make the tires "shine" like other products, but just makes it look like clean rubber, plus it seems to last longer. In case you can't tell, I'm sold on the product...
With regards to removing it for touch up work, an alcohol/water solution seems to work well, so you could probably use a Q-tip to treat the area you are going to touch up prior to doing the work.
If you're wondering if this is what caused my piece not to stick well to the fender, I don't think it had anything to do with it, as when I wiped the area with the alcohol solution, there was a difference in the finish, so it appeared to be "clean" before applying the fender spear. It stuck extremely well at all other points than the front tip, so I think I just got a bad sticky part on the point of the piece of chrome.