Muc-off on car bodywork?

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  • dave_aber
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    Leave some aluminium in a bowl of it overnight, and see what you have left.

    Wouldn't put it near my car, and only use it on bikes if they are really shitty dirty before I have to work on them. Massive acidic overkill for post-ride washing IMO.

    uplink
    Member

    Just go to your local car parts factor & get some TFR if you feel you need to pre-wash before shampooing & conditioning it [or whatever you do to it]

    fubar
    Member

    Wouldn't even put it on my bike frame and definitely not the car. I only ever use it for oil / grease smeared areas….plus it would be a very expensive car wash .

    I've used it no problem on metallic paint although I can't say it made cleaning any better or easier. However on alloys it's gleaming. Does a really good job and gets all the brake dust off easily.

    Premier Icon sam_underhill
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    Seems like the perfect product to use as a pre-shampoo clean. Something to shift all the big gritty stuff that I don't want swirled into the paint.

    any reason why not? shouldn't harm anything should it? perhaps use it diluted 50/50 with water?

    Marmoset
    Member

    I've used fenwicks on the car to get rid of flies etc, not sure I'd use muc off tho'……

    Premier Icon sparkerfix
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    No problems with it. Been using it for years for cleaning alloys,bikes,motorbikes etc. Cleaning online does a muc off pre wash for car cleaning. Would probarbly recommend waxing though after using it.

    Premier Icon sam_underhill
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    cheers all. I've used it on wheels before and it always does a great job of getting stuff off.

    I tried it today after all and, in all honesty it didn't make much difference. I probably chickened out and used it a bit sparingly, and only around the mucky bits. Shan't bother next time, just a thorough house down to loosen all the major muck.

    Sadly someone reversed into my rear bumper after all the hard work cleaning it! twunt.

    maxsatnav
    Member

    muc-off = alien blood

    stopped using it years ago deadly stuff

    Edric 64
    Member

    Who washes cars?

    M6TTF
    Member

    Used it on all my bikes – always dilute it slightly, never had a problem with it. Just don't leave it on overnight and you'll be fine

    Premier Icon santacruzsi
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    if you want something as a pre-wash for the car buy some snow foam. It goes onto a dry car, leave it for 5 mins then rinse. Then wash and dry as normal.

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