- Rhino Goo Cleaner
aye thats the stuff, few people ive spoken to have used it and said its amazing lol…..most of the time unless its super stuck on you dont need to even agitate the mud (believe it when i see it though)….
demontweeks is expensive delivery, though theres some on ebay and tweekscycles (Same company?) the postage is free!Posted 5 years ago
righty had some of this delivered yesterday and used last night!
jesus christ this stuff is good! i couldnt give the bike a full on hose down due to stuff, so i basically had to spray it with a 1lt spray gun thing to make it wet (obviously not very powerful), sprayed this rhino goo on, left for 5 mins…came back and used the very same 1ltr water spray thingie to hose/spray down (rather pathetically), and by christ it just fell off!
seriously, i cant imagine how easy it would be with a hose, it got all dried crap off mine with no brushes/sponge and using just a standard water bottle spray gun which is not very powerful at all….
very very impressed, it leaves a nice shine too….
i then used some of the rhino shine stuff and left it for an hour and again it brings it up shining and looks like it has a protective coating on, and seems to look like your bike has a new paint job (ala that dirt link above ^ )
will defo be buying some more of this when it runs out, actually looking forward to trying it with a proper amount of water from a hose next time!
pisses on muc off / fenwicks BTW!Posted 5 years ago
yep, my calipiers have come up spotless without touching them with a brush etc, sprayed on left a few mins and sprayed off with clean water and no dust/black or anything left on them, my muc off never cleaned the calipers like this, and thats not using a hose pipe…well impressed so far…Posted 5 years ago
I’ve tested it on some anodisied parts, top cap left in neat goo for 14 days and shaken every time I walked past it, no loss of colour or coating, unlike other cleaners that would have stripped the lot in that time.Posted 5 years ago
As with all cleaners I’d keep it away from forks and shock seals as much as possible.
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