WD-40 Motorbike Total Wash 500ml for £1 @ Halfords (Free C&C)
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WD-40 Motorbike Total Wash 500ml for £1 @ Halfords (Free C&C)

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Found 8th Feb
Spotted this earlier at Halfords. Cleans your bike in minutes!

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The WD-40 Motorbike Total Wash 500ml is an all-purpose cleaner designed to quickly cut through traffic film and road grime. This formula leaves a great finish and is safe to use on paintwork, plastic, rubber, aluminium, chrome, carbon fibre and disc pads – basically all over the bike.

WD-40 Motorbike Total Wash 500ml Extra Info
  • Versatile cleaner for the whole bike
  • Easy to use – Just spray on and rinse off Cleans in minutes
  • 500ml

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80p for me
could you also use it on a car?
fazzy-bhoy13 m ago

could you also use it on a car?



I can't see why not, it is just specifically designed for bikes.
Harley_Mick48 m ago

[Image] 80p for me


Is that with Trade Card?

(I didn't realise you could log in if so)
Supercharged2 m ago

Is that with Trade Card?(I didn't realise you could log in if so)


yep 80p with trade card
Supercharged24 m ago

Is that with Trade Card?(I didn't realise you could log in if so)


yes, my account at top right
fazzy-bhoy1 h, 9 m ago

could you also use it on a car?


Probably, but I wonder if (as it's described for removing traffic film) that it will take the wax finish with it and would need re-waxing after?
managed finally to reserve just 1 at my local store
Edited by: "totmanuk" 8th Feb
90p for AA members without a trade card!
nihcaj57 m ago

Probably, but I wonder if (as it's described for removing traffic film) …Probably, but I wonder if (as it's described for removing traffic film) that it will take the wax finish with it and would need re-waxing after?


I don't own a motorbike, but don't they usually have bodywork and a wax coat too?
Bought the last 2 in my local store. Thanks 🏻
nihcaj1 h, 6 m ago

Probably, but I wonder if (as it's described for removing traffic film) …Probably, but I wonder if (as it's described for removing traffic film) that it will take the wax finish with it and would need re-waxing after?


I highly doubt it would damage paintwork on your car, any more than it would damage paintwork on a bike. It says it's suitable for paintwork. Personally I'd rather give the car a quick hose down if I'm in a rush than use these sorts of products. If your car is regularly cleaned and waxed, you can get away with a rinse for a quid at the jet wash between washes, and it comes up spotless without any soap, sponging (if that's even a word) or brushing.

I don't have any proof or experience with these spray cleaning products, but I can't imagine how they wouldn't scratch the clearcoat by rubbing dirt, sand, grit and other road surface contaminants into the paint work. If I was to use one of these products, it would be to dust off a relatively clean car, not wipe dirt off. Hope that helps
Dekard9728 m ago

I highly doubt it would damage paintwork on your car, any more than it …I highly doubt it would damage paintwork on your car, any more than it would damage paintwork on a bike. It says it's suitable for paintwork. Personally I'd rather give the car a quick hose down if I'm in a rush than use these sorts of products. If your car is regularly cleaned and waxed, you can get away with a rinse for a quid at the jet wash between washes, and it comes up spotless without any soap, sponging (if that's even a word) or brushing. I don't have any proof or experience with these spray cleaning products, but I can't imagine how they wouldn't scratch the clearcoat by rubbing dirt, sand, grit and other road surface contaminants into the paint work. If I was to use one of these products, it would be to dust off a relatively clean car, not wipe dirt off. Hope that helps


Car and commercial vehicle traffic film removers shouldn't be left on for fear of damaging paintwork - whether or not this is similar remains to be seen
nihcaj24 m ago

Car and commercial vehicle traffic film removers shouldn't be left on for …Car and commercial vehicle traffic film removers shouldn't be left on for fear of damaging paintwork - whether or not this is similar remains to be seen


Like I said, I wouldn't use waterless car cleaners myself. But I think you've answered your own question better than I could
Dekard9758 m ago

Like I said, I wouldn't use waterless car cleaners myself. But I think …Like I said, I wouldn't use waterless car cleaners myself. But I think you've answered your own question better than I could


I don't think this is a waterless wash as it says spray on and rinse off
Inked6664 h, 5 m ago

I don't think this is a waterless wash as it says spray on and rinse off


I didn't realise that. I didn't read the whole post. Probably not ideal on the paintwork then
None left in Wolverhampton.
Not on the website any more.
Harley_Mick8th Feb

[Image] 80p for me


picked up 6 today, thanks OP!
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