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Mycycle Bike Cleaner 1lt (muc-off alternative) from £1.00 @ Poundland.

£1.00 @ PoundLand
£1 for a litre of Bike cleaner in Poundland. Muc-Off rip off but fraction of price. "No more dirty bike" - creative name! Not had chance to try it yet, but for a quid i thought it was worth th… Read More
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5m, 3d agoFound 5 months, 3 days ago
£1 for a litre of Bike cleaner in Poundland. Muc-Off rip off but fraction of price.

"No more dirty bike" - creative name!

Not had chance to try it yet, but for a quid i thought it was worth the punt.

Cleans chains, gears/sprockets, cranks, engines, frames, forks, bars, grips, sadles, spokes, wheels etc basically everything
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5m, 3d agoFound 5 months, 3 days ago
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#1
This stuff is actually ok
#2
Use it on my alloy wheels actually works great, stock up though as not always in stock.
#3
Awesome.. Cheers guys. Will head back tomorrow and grab some more then. Can't go wrong at that price. The big brands are way overpriced
#4
Not seen this, might try the bigger branches.
#5
the best product you can use is soap powder in hot water. its what we've used for years in motocross and enduro. sponge and brush then rinse off. cleans the filthiest beast.
4 Likes #6
MRGRINGO
the best product you can use is soap powder in hot water. its what we've used for years in motocross and enduro. sponge and brush then rinse off. cleans the filthiest beast.
And what about the bikes ?
#7
if you believe muc off's self serving test, this cheap version can tarnish metals
5 Likes #8
#9
Nothing wrong with this stuff. Bottle and spray a bit crappy but it costs a pound so come on !!!
#10
Go though a tonn of Muc Off (thanks British weather/roads) so will give this a punt if only for the cheekiness of their totally not copying Muc Off branding
#11
I thought this stuff was pretty average, but then I don't think muc off is that great either!

Pointless on anything greasy.
#12
cheap **** will wreck the paint on the bike if u spend big money on your bike spend the extra for a reliable wash for it like mud buster
#13
Will this clean the Beduff "bikes" who are regularly covered in "muck"
2 Likes #14
Muc Off is basically Fenwicks I believe, which can be had for around £10 a litre in concentrate, and makes 11 litres of Muc off equivalent.

Edited By: SFconvert on Nov 22, 2016 23:37
1 Like #15
1 Like #16
Just get no nonsense degreaser from screwfix. 5 litres @ £5.99. Will last you more that a year as you dilute it.
#17
If you have a half decent bike, I wouldn't put this stuff near it, see various links other people have posted above.
#18
Wow, seems like it's quite corrosive this stuff! Think i'll grab some Fenwicks as Sfconvert suggested. I keep seeing that crop up in reviews
1 Like #19
Swarfega 5l bottle of degreaser is the best value cleaner for a bike, works great in my chain cleaner tool, and diluted in a squirty bottle for the rest of the bike.
1 Like #20
As with all cleaners be careful when cleaning around hubs
1 Like #21
leedsfan83
As with all cleaners be careful when cleaning around hubs
Also headsets and BB's

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