ProGold Bike Wash Extras

5/5 (3 Reviews)
MSRP : $7.98

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Product Description

ProGold Bike Wash (Great for carbon and all frame materials)

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Reviews 1 - 3 (3 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by DPTJones

Date Reviewed: August 4, 2013

Strengths:    Great frames, drivetrain, and wheels.
Quickly removes dirt, road grime, grease, and winter salt build up.
Perfect to use pre- and post ride/race

Weaknesses:    none

Bottom Line:   
ProGold Carbon Bike Wash is an excellent for cleaning all of your bikes, whether they are carbon, aluminum, etc. Just remove the wheels. Spray it on a terry cloth towel or old T-shirt. Then begin by wiping the frame. Wipe off the handlebars and shifters. Now the chain and derailleurs. Finally the wheels. A few sprays on the rag will last through the whole bike with no hard scrubbing needed. Rim braking surfaces will shine again. Great cleaner when you need a quick clean, such as the mornings.before a race.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Jason a Racer

Date Reviewed: July 12, 2013

Strengths:    Good price point.
Works great on all bikes and parts.
when used regularly makes cleaning much faster.

Weaknesses:    Can't think of any..

Bottom Line:   
This is my go-to bike wash for all of my bikes, works equally well for Road, MTB or 'Cross bikes, I will usually just spray my bike down with a hose to get all the loose dirt off then spray with the ProGold Bike Wash and let sit for a little while, it really helps to loosen up any caked on dirt and makes cleaning a snap I use it on the whole bike.. frame, drive train, wheels etc.. when used regularly it really makes bike cleaning a breeze. Get a good sponge and a set of brushes to go with it and you are set to tackle any muck the trails can throw at you.

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Duration Product Used:   3 Years

Similar Products Used:   Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner

Bike Setup:   Kona Big Unit 29er
Specialized Stumpjumper Comp 26er
Specialized Allez Elite
Surly Cross-Check

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Andrea138

Date Reviewed: June 26, 2013

Strengths:    Will clean a bike and drivetrain with little to no scrubbing. Also can be used as a grease stain pre-treater in your laundry as well as a bike shoe cleaner (gets your Mavics back to bright yellow)

Weaknesses:    Not good as a baby shampoo

Bottom Line:   
Try this- all you need is a hose, a brush for your chain, bike wash, and 10 minutes. Hose the chunks of mud off of your bike, then spray it down with bike wash. Brush the bike wash into the drivetrain, then let it sit in the shade for 5 minutes. Hose off well, and BOOM, your bike is pretty damn clean. Of course, if it's really skanky when you start, or if you want it super-showroom clean, you should include some extra brushing and cleaning in all the nooks & crannies.

Reviews 1 - 3 (3 Reviews Total)

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Bike Wash Goes Bad Video

Well, that isn't the way I wash my bike. :eekster: [url=]Mountain Bike Takes a Ride in Class 5 Rapids.wmv - YouTube[/url] Read More »

Favorite bike wash

Bought some Muc Off suckered by an add in Dirt Rag (those marketing types know their stuff!). It works great! Spray on, wait 5 min, hose off. Bike looks like new. I had tried Performance's house brand bike cleaner and it wasn't nearly as good.Read More »

DIY Bike Wash Rack?

I was walking my dog earlier today, and saw an ingenius idea. There was a guy washing his bike, and the bike was being held up by a DIY PVC rack. The rack was very basic; it had a base and a crossbar with two supports. The bike simply hung by the nose of the seat and sat about a foot off the ground ... Read More »

Idea's for bike wash area.....

So we've recently opened a new MTB park down here in Miami ([URL=""]video here[/URL]) with very little resources, just lots of volunteers and hard work as I know many of you guys have been through the same. Now that the park is open and thousands are ... Read More »

Taking the bike to a car wash

Question: After riding today on very muddy trails I made the decision to take the bike to a do it yourself car was to hose off the mud. I know it isnt a good idea to use high pressure especially on the top/bottom tubes and in the hubs and breaks so I didnt. Actually the only place I used high ... Read More »

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