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Old 10-02-2012, 06:25 AM   #1
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Default Anyone clean their cars with Muc Off bike cleaner?

It's basically the same thing as Trakpower Speed Wash, no?
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Old 10-02-2012, 07:46 AM   #2
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It's basically the same thing as Trakpower Speed Wash, no?
I haven't used it, but looking at their website, I just may. Their advertising is pretty "nice"...

http://www.muc-offusa.com/media-and-downloads/
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It has to be rinsed off, but I am leery of water/RC...I'm more of a Speedwash/air compressor/pledge/ air compressor guy
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Omg I would get lost cleaning my bike that's a lot of cleaners and buffers
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i tried it once...pretty good...safe for plastics and metals parts
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i tried it once...pretty good...safe for plastics and metals parts
Did you rinse it off, or just blow it off with the compressor?
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