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Muc-off bike cleaner - anyone use it?

Old 07-13-2017, 05:00 AM
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Default Muc-off bike cleaner - anyone use it?

Picked up some on special - just wondering if anyone has used this before to clean their buggies/truggies to shift the mud, dirt etc?

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Muc-Off-Urban-over-bike-cleaner/dp/B005WJ8GAA

I know lot of people use simple green (or dishwashing liquid) but just want people's thoughts on muc-off for RC cleaning use.

Apparently safe on all materials including plastics, carbon fibre, anodized metal, aluminium, rubber, seals, disc brakes etc
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Old 07-13-2017, 11:30 AM
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Picked up some on special - just wondering if anyone has used this before to clean their buggies/truggies to shift the mud, dirt etc?

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Muc-Off-Urb.../dp/B005WJ8GAA

I know lot of people use simple green (or dishwashing liquid) but just want people's thoughts on muc-off for RC cleaning use.

Apparently safe on all materials including plastics, carbon fibre, anodized metal, aluminium, rubber, seals, disc brakes etc
I use Muc Off in Sweden, better than Simple Green :-)
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It's very popular in Norway,it's a great product to clean your rc car with.
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Hmm I've never heard of it. I might have to try it.
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I think all these types of products are the same. Like the protek cleaners and the flashpoint one. I use the flashpoint one currently but will also try the Mucoff as its way cheaper!
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If it works on bikes, it works on toy cars. For the most part anyway.
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