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Muc-Off cleaning kit for home exercise kit - £19.99 @ Wiggle

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Posted 6th Apr

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As many of us are now dusting off rowing machines, excercise bikes and weights at home, take a moment to think about the sweat and germs which will stay on this equipment!

£19.99 from Wiggle with free delivery (also available from other suppliers) but a good discount off the RRP
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Or you could buy a microfibre cloth for 50p and any generic cleaning spray for a quid and save £18.49.
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Or you could buy a microfibre cloth for 50p and any generic cleaning spray for a quid and save £18.49.
Yes defo non essential
Vote this non essential £20 item HOT but anti bac COLD as its more expenisve now than before - bizarre .
Edited by: "colombo" 6th Apr
Can't beat muc-off stuff
Adds6806/04/2020 13:50

Can't beat muc-off stuff



Experience has taught me that Muc-off on the whole just rebrand normal house/office cleaning products and aim that a particular market with significant markup.

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The above is £9.60 on Halfords for 500ml. This is what I use - there's more of it, it's cheaper, and can be diluted (1 part water, 1 part degreaser). I also used it recently to clean a stain off the kitchen counter from some Indian takeaway grease. Success!

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Edited by: "Boopop" 6th Apr
AngelFromHeathen06/04/2020 12:47

Or you could buy a microfibre cloth for 50p and any generic cleaning spray …Or you could buy a microfibre cloth for 50p and any generic cleaning spray for a quid and save £18.49.


Agreed, but some people like a branded package including the cloth, the sprays, the chamois cream all in one handy bag
Boopop06/04/2020 14:08

I also used it recently to clean a stain off the kitchen counter from some …I also used it recently to clean a stain off the kitchen counter from some Indian takeaway grease. Success


Those little white magic sponges from discount shops do a similarly awesome job on such stains.
Boopop06/04/2020 14:08

Experience has taught me that Muc-off on the whole just rebrand normal …Experience has taught me that Muc-off on the whole just rebrand normal house/office cleaning products and aim that a particular market with significant markup.[Image] The above is £9.60 on Halfords for 500ml. This is what I use - there's more of it, it's cheaper, and can be diluted (1 part water, 1 part degreaser). I also used it recently to clean a stain off the kitchen counter from some Indian takeaway grease. Success!https://www.clean4less.co.uk/virosol-citrus-based-cleaner-degreaser-5l.html



Or buy a litre of Fenwicks degreaser for about £11 which makes 11 litres of mucoff equivalent. I think it is actually the same stuff (smells the same). I bought a bottle about 5 years ago, still got half of it left.
SFconvert07/04/2020 20:24

Or buy a litre of Fenwicks degreaser for about £11 which makes 11 litres …Or buy a litre of Fenwicks degreaser for about £11 which makes 11 litres of mucoff equivalent. I think it is actually the same stuff (smells the same). I bought a bottle about 5 years ago, still got half of it left.


I have fenwicks for my road bike - but it is not antibacterial!
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