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Mycycle No More Dirty Bike Bike Cleaner - £1.00 *Instore* @ Poundland

£1.00 @ PoundLand
No More Dirty Bike cleaner from Poundland A bargain just for the Bottle itself! Perfect for cleaning your dirty filthy bike. Instructions advise you to 'Disturb dirt' so I chanted ominously.... Read More
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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
No More Dirty Bike cleaner from Poundland

A bargain just for the Bottle itself! Perfect for cleaning your dirty filthy bike.

Instructions advise you to 'Disturb dirt' so I chanted ominously....
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2 Likes #1
Heat for the "chanted ominously" comment :)
1 Like #2
So you have discovered Poundland sell two products cheaply for bicycles, well done.

Disturb yourself vigorously & enjoy.
#3
BIG LOL
#4
TheBiker
So you have discovered Poundland sell two products cheaply for bicycles, well done.

Disturb yourself vigorously & enjoy.


Sorry for being informative oO. Giving everyone a chance to get them before some tit gets down to Poundland, buys the lot and ebays them!

That makes me mad....

Edited By: MrFerret on Mar 18, 2011 21:33
#5
They have been in my local poundland for weeks - no one seems to buy them
#6
looks like cillit bang
#7
It's a cheap version of Muc Off, which retails at £20. And I'm a regular Poundland customer and hadn't seen this in store until very recently.
#8
Didn't know about this but will check it out now. Thanks OP and hot from me.
#9
Was in Poundland earlier and wish i'd known about this, my bike's covered in cr*p but can't be bothered to properly clean it. Thanks for the post, will try to remember to look next time i'm there :)
3 Likes #10
there is so many of these cleaners about now, and this is about the right price for them, all others are a complete rip off....get yourself a 25l drum of non caustic traffic film remover (TFR), water it down and you have your very own brand of posh expensive bike cleaner
#11
Henvig
It's a cheap version of Muc Off, which retails at £20. And I'm a regular Poundland customer and hadn't seen this in store until very recently.

£20???? more like ~£6
#12
cmx152
there is so many of these cleaners about now, and this is about the right price for them, all others are a complete rip off....get yourself a 25l drum of non caustic traffic film remover (TFR), water it down and you have your very own brand of posh expensive bike cleaner


Just googled TFR. You sir are an epic tipmaster!
#13
Got a load of muc-off at 3 for £6 from halfords months ago. Difficult to comment on this as it isn't same product but it seems reasonable value. If you want best buy SDOC - £15 a litre but use it and you will see why.
#14
im liking the tfr thread !!!! many thanks
#15
this stuff is quite good for cleaning but beware you have to re-grease all essential parts after or youll be replacing chains and alsorts in a fortnight
#16
If you want a cheaper version go to Tesco and purchase an APC (All purpose cleaner) called DAISY, its under a £1, this will be like a TFR be watered down in a spray bottle and do the SAME job if not better (+ smell nice). It is also not as "harsh" as many TFRs. If you look on forums like http://www.detailingworld.co.uk you will see it is rated very highly and it VERY good.
#17
OP: Instructions advise you to 'Disturb dirt' so I chanted ominously....


rotfl!!:D
#18
2nd that read all about it on detailing world about a month ago
top tip
packard
If you want a cheaper version go to Tesco and purchase an APC (All purpose cleaner) called DAISY, its under a £1, this will be like a TFR be watered down in a spray bottle and do the SAME job if not better (+ smell nice). It is also not as "harsh" as many TFRs. If you look on forums likehttp://www.detailingworld.co.uk you will see it is rated very highly and it VERY good.
#19
Be Careful, TFR can be a very harsh cleaner, I've used it for years on various things (cars boats etc) but I wouldn't have it near my bike. It's even too harsh on a car unless you have some really badly set in filth, and you really need to wax it after you use TFR or it will hold much like mad after.

I've tried various bike specific cleaners but nothing is as good as Muc Off, I've probably got a couple of tubs of cheap brand stuff in the garage that I'll never use. There is one brand that you water down which is almost as good as Muc Off but I cant for the life of me recall the name right now.
banned#20
all posts should be this funny

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