3x 1 Litre Muc-Off Bike Spray (£3.20 each) @ Halfords - HotUKDeals
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These should be £7.99 each, they are currently £4.80 each and are on 3 for 2! So £3.20 each. This has been recommended by a friend for cleaning my mountain bike but also alloy wheels...
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#1
hot,

This is ok stuff!
#2
Good for alloy wheels too. (oops you already mentioned that lol)
#3
should be £9.60 not £9.80 bud... good price !
#4
Don't forget Quidco 4% (reserve and collect), or register your credit-card for in-store quidco 4.5% too!

So could be £9.17!
#5
I got these for a similar price from Wiggle. hot hot hot!!
#6
Stupid, stupid, stupid website. Aparrently, if I reserve it now it is available to collect from today, despite the fact that the store is now closed. It will be reserved until the end of tomorrow, which is hopeless as I'm abroad until Thursday. Now I'm going to have to hope that they haven't sold out by the time I get to order it tomorrow.
#7
doublecuffs
Stupid, stupid, stupid website. Aparrently, if I reserve it now it is available to collect from today, despite the fact that the store is now closed. It will be reserved until the end of tomorrow, which is hopeless as I'm abroad until Thursday. Now I'm going to have to hope that they haven't sold out by the time I get to order it tomorrow.


Same as Argos - they can't hold indefinitely pal.
#8
what does it do? just 'soften' the dirt? on car alloys, will it help clear the 'black' look?!- when tyres haven't been scrubbed for a while
#9
ordered
#10
Be aware chaps very aggresive stuff:thumbsup:
#11
Good deal, but don`t think I`d use this all the time on my alloys. Heard its quite aggressive.

I`d personally go for a litre of Bilberry for around the same price, and then dilute it 3:1 (can do up to 10:1 if you wish)

Bilberry:
http://www.i4detailing.co.uk/acatalog/Bilbery_Safe_Wheel_Cleaner_2.html
3:1 would give you the same as 3 bottles of Muc-off and a much better product.

I`m assuming the Muc-off doesnt tell you to dilute based on the above now that I think about it.
#12
dmnsheph
Be aware chaps very aggresive stuff:thumbsup:


Indeed.. Used this on my motorbike and it took the shine of my alloy frame! (like as in streaks) didn't even polish out easy.

Very good stuff though, I still use it. Just dont let it dry on alloy.
#13
yes wet ya bike, spray this stuff on, wait a min or two, spray off!

done
#14
Is it ok on carbon frames?
#15
yeah, fine on carbon frames, well, it is on mine anyway. just don't let it dry as per instructions :)
#16
doublecuffs
Stupid, stupid, stupid website. Aparrently, if I reserve it now it is available to collect from today, despite the fact that the store is now closed.


you wrote this at quarter to 9, should they stay open until midnight?

Most shops close between 6-9 they are not doing it
#17
I use the engine degreaser £1 from yep pound shops 750ml its really good around cassette, chain and gearing mechanisms but personnaly would not use anything agressive on the frame etc as it is only similar to car paintwork i use car wash shampoo warm water after hosing the main cr"p off :)
#18
Fenwicks Caravan cleaner, FS1 is a well known bike cleaner and you dilute 10-1.

so 10.00 for 10 litres, thats what I and most use, and its very good.

And use it straight for your chain and mechs
#19
I use this stuff on the Busa ... good all round cleaner ... just dont let it dry on as mentioned.
#20
Good price however

Have used this in the past, find it doesn't actually shift ingrained dirt or dead bugs off the bike very well. No better than £1 wash and wax stuff from tesco.

I tend to use sdoc 1000, very expensive( £15 litre) but i get it when it's BOGOF and its fantastic, needs to be seen to be believed. Spray it on, and wipe off then rinse. takes chain grease off, can chean the chain / sprockets etc with it and everything.
#21
Washing up liquid mixed with water = v. cheap. Never had any problems. You wash your dishes with it, you can wash your car with it, you can wash your bike with it. Muc Off is a very expensive way to clean your bike. Don't buy the hype, just buy Fairy Liquid.
Not voted as in itself this is a good deal.
#22
yep agree with the soapy warm water, cheap and cleans just as good.
#23
stepp
yep agree with the soapy warm water, cheap and cleans just as good.


Crazy comment:?
#24
Is fairy liquid safe for disc brakes? I love Muc Off - bike looks like it's brand new after using it.
#25
Ok guys - got this trick from utube and it works a treat.

Take an old spray bottle - plant sprayer or even your old empty muc-off bottle which is what i did!
Fill it with the hottest water you can get out of your tap. Spray onto your bike incl frame, wheels etc. Adjust the nozzle to 'firm spray' for deeper mud. The hot water literally dissolves the dirt and it falls off the bike. You then just wipe it down with a soft cloth.

I have cleaned my road bike (ok it wasn't filthy) with half a litre of water and it was gleaming. No chemicals - no use of gallons of water. A mate of mine even cleaed his bike on his balcony using a litre of water and with a couple of newspapers under his bike to catch the muck.

I didn't believe it till I tried it either....
#26
Fantastic,just brought three

thankyou
mandy
#27
backtothecaves
Washing up liquid mixed with water = v. cheap. Never had any problems. You wash your dishes with it, you can wash your car with it, you can wash your bike with it. Muc Off is a very expensive way to clean your bike. Don't buy the hype, just buy Fairy Liquid.
Not voted as in itself this is a good deal.


Madness.

Your dishes don't have paint on them, for a start.

Fairy (or any other washing up liquid) contains salt as a thickening agent which will attack your paintwork. Additionally its strong detergent action will strip off any protective waxes or sealants that have been applied to your car.

Why spend good money on your car or bike and then begrudge a couple of quid on the right tools for the job when cleaning it?

Muc Off is very effective and safe if used correctly. Pop into a few bike shops and ask what they use - it's not Fairy.
banned#28
backtothecaves;8745340
Washing up liquid mixed with water = v. cheap. Never had any problems. You wash your dishes with it, you can wash your car with it, you can wash your bike with it. Muc Off is a very expensive way to clean your bike. Don't buy the hype, just buy Fairy Liquid.
Not voted as in itself this is a good deal.

you need to get back to your cave with that way of thinking ;-)
banned#29
this is a web price only and in store is £7.99

I suspect I will get charged £15.98 in store for 3 bottles but will find out later lol

EDIT:-

shows this when I reserve 3

The price you see is the price you pay, even if it is cheaper than the usual in store price!
#30
yes, web only. Reserved 3 today and picked up tonight. £9.60 - result!
Got my first mtb about a month ago and not got around to cleanin git yet. Job for the weekend methinks.
:thumbsup:

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