Muc-off 2x400ml MO-94 (aka GT85) bicycle ptfe lubricant and water displacer only £4.62 click and collect @ Halfords
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Muc-off 2x400ml MO-94 (aka GT85) bicycle ptfe lubricant and water displacer only £4.62 click and collect @ Halfords

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Found 29th Mar 2014
Just seen a gt85 deal at chain reaction but this is cheaper and the same stuff

In sainsburys and asda a you can pay upto £5 a can of gt85, so two for £4.62 is a bargain

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nice one, thanks, saw this the other day in my store, but got told wasn't correct, now reserved for same store, look forward to going in to collect :-)

gt85 v wd40 v MO94?

Kevlar Engineer

gt85 v wd40 v MO94?



1, GT-85 - Best of the 3. Good mix of protection and multi use such as polish / cleaner - smells nice & PTFE
2, MO-94 - Nearly as good as GT-85 but a lot greasier - too greasy for Polish use but probably better protector
3, WD-40 - useful for loosening rusty parts and general cleaner / protector

Original Poster

I.ve not used the mo94 yet I currently use the gt85 for spraying the gear shifters, brake levers, rear derailed chain rings and pedals/ cleats, chain / chain set this helps water dispersement ie to avoid rusting
Just avoid the brakes/discs

On the chain I usually go for rock n roll extreme (blue bottle) used to be £5.50 on pro bike kit inc postage but now that's a £20 spend for free postage

The wd40 is more car garage use..

not allowing click and collect now :-(

llywmog

not allowing click and collect now :-(


It just allowed me to - Sheffield Crystal Peaks store. Perhaps it's a stock issue?

It must be a stock issue. I reserved 2 at the Ilkeston (Derbyshire) store. Thanks OP.

Appears to be on Amazon for £4.23 if you can't reserve or no stock in halfords. Will be trying it myself as almost out of GT85! Never knew it existed. Cheers OP

Assuming a bike with most of the winters muddy roads still on it, what's needed to get it nicely cleaned up?

A good wash, some of this then some oil?

working now. site must have been on the blink this morning. cheers op.

mercutio98uk

Assuming a bike with most of the winters muddy roads still on it, what's … Assuming a bike with most of the winters muddy roads still on it, what's needed to get it nicely cleaned up?A good wash, some of this then some oil?



1. get hold of some degreaser to help clean chain, derailleurs etc. (you may want to remove chain completely to give it a more thorough clean - a good tip is to leave it in jar of white spirit before cleaning).
2. some use muc off spray (pink stuff for fiver at halfords) before cleaning bike.
3. clean bike. always handy to have assortment of brushes to tackle trickier parts.
4. wipe down bike after cleaning, especially mechanical parts.
5. i use white lightning to lube chain. never found lubrication needed for other moving parts (perhaps because i keep it clean) but you could use a drop of white lightning.
6. wipe off excess lube.
7. spray mo94 or gt85 on mechanical parts (derailleur, crank etc), but not on brake pads or discs.

note: lubricate before spraying this stuff.
Edited by: "llywmog" 30th Mar 2014

ordered, cheers for the find

key09

Appears to be on Amazon for £4.23 if you can't reserve or no stock in … Appears to be on Amazon for £4.23 if you can't reserve or no stock in halfords. Will be trying it myself as almost out of GT85! Never knew it existed. Cheers OP


Now even cheaper at £3.99!

Original Poster

Rickardo

Now even cheaper at £3.99!

yeah but you have to spend a tenner for free postage
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