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    Finish Line Bike Wash(that pink stuff)

    What do you guys think of this stuff? I know it's relabeled by FL and manufactured by a UK company. It's supposed to be pretty good. Now what my criteria is:
    1. I have fairly limited access to an outdoor water supply.
    2. Ride in the mud, gets thickly caked on in the winter.
    3. Will this remove the crud and sand stuck to the grease on the pivot seals so I can safely open them up?
    4. Ano and PC finishes

    I figured bringing this to the Turner board would be best, since you guys know what works on the Turner finishes.

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    Works great. Pick it up. I swear by it.

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    how about dry?

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    Wonderful. Spray on, wipe off.

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    I agree . I have used it for years

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    Never heard of the stuff...waterless huh?

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    been sellin the stuff since 97. no returns, no complaints. thanx for remindin me i need to get some in the shop again for spring. yeah t, waterless or with. you pick, it works.
    No, I'm NOT back!

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    This stuff is sweet. Just keep it off the rotors and pads, right?

    I couldn't believe it when the stuck on dried mud just wiped right off.

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    What s it made from?

    Do any chemists among us know what it is made from?
    I'd like to make some

    I use MUC-OFF from the UK
    A friend used to use it, his bike was aways so clean.
    So I teased him about it saying he was a fair weather rider
    He said "not true, I use muc-off".
    So I tried it....
    My bike is always clean now :-)

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    I believe this is Muc-Off, distributed by Finish Line in the US. All of the details of this are at the bottom of the bottles.

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