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Old 06-01-2008, 20:42   #1 (permalink)
 

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How good is this stuff? Cleaned up my wheels easy and the dirt was proper baked on. Bargain at 7.99 for a litre. Probably good for 6 or 7 washes at least. Anyone else use this?
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I've heard its sposed to be pretty good on cleaning engine bays too! Wana know if that is true or not coz like you say for 7.99 a litre...
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muc off is gr8 mate use it all the time
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any chance of posting a pic of the bottle so i know what to look for next time out shopping?
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Posted about this the other day..Best stuff i have ever used tbh
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i find i cant get the dirt off the lip of my alloys. i recently bought some alloy cleaner..this any good? not used it yet..or should i invest in some of this stuff??
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i find i cant get the dirt off the lip of my alloys. i recently bought some alloy cleaner..this any good? not used it yet..or should i invest in some of this stuff??
i use mr muscle oven cleaner

but try a small patch first
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Always used mukoff, damn good stuff, also dont get that horrible "acid" smell you get with alot of the other alloy cleaners.

Can get it from Halfords in 1ltr spray bottle and 5ltr bottle. It's normally kept in the bike section.
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Always used mukoff, damn good stuff, also dont get that horrible "acid" smell you get with alot of the other alloy cleaners.

Can get it from Halfords in 1ltr spray bottle and 5ltr bottle. It's normally kept in the bike section.
sound, ill need to get my self sum of it as im not too keen on the old elbow grease methode lol
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The guys on the detailing forum recommend Bilberry Wheel Cleaner.
Good product review & test pictures here. Enjoy.

http://www.detailingworld.co.uk/foru...ad.php?t=48507
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