Motomuck motorcycle cleaner review

    It simplifies your bike washing process, but at a price.

    Published on Jun 05, 2022 07:00:00 AM


    Motomuck motorcycle cleaner review

    I enjoy deep cleaning my motorcycle and a rather satisfying part of that process involves the use of numerous specialised cleaning products. I recently got to try a new one from a New Zealand-based company called Motomuck. It was sent over by its Indian retailer, Mumbai-based Baycity Speed Shop.

    The idea with this product is simple. Spray it onto the dirt, wait for 5 to 10 minutes and then power wash it off. I don’t have a power washer, so I used a good ol’ bucket of water and lightly agitated the dirty areas with a brush.

    Bottom line, this stuff works well. It got almost all the hardened dirt off the motorcycle and it even removed most of the gunk and grease from the rear wheel. It effectively resulted in the lowest effort bike wash I’ve done, because getting this muck off usually takes time and work.

    That fact that it works so well means that this is a very powerful chemical. The company states that it is safe to use on aluminium, anodised surfaces, seals, plastic, chrome, brakes and tyres, but you’ve got to be extra cautious. The bottle warns in two separate places that it might cause streaking, either on surfaces like screens, or if you use it on a surface that has been pre-treated with some other care product. That’s why I used it only on the lower part of the motorcycle because my painted and black panels have either been ceramic coated or receive the occasional spray wax treatment. 

    This is something you must be very careful with, and don’t let it dry on either. Motomuck advises that you try a small test area first and state that they won’t be liable if things go wrong. 

    It costs Rs 999 and I ended up using a little less than a quarter of the one-litre bottle in one go, which means I should get four, maybe five washes out of it. That is most certainly not cheap. However, I don’t wash my bike like this often and this product helped speed up the boring grunge work of getting the muck off, before letting me get to the satisfying bit of deep cleaning the bike and making it all shiny. 

    If you’re in a similar situation, or if you just want a super easy way to get muck off your motorcycle without much of a care for VFM, this product is worth trying out. I’d be happy to buy another bottle when this one gets over.


    Price: Rs 999

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