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Bike Cleaner, thoughts?
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Obviously I'd not be needing to use it at 40psi...  The beauty of it being hand controlled.
My riding is more up and down than the damn area I live in! And the tart's knickers who lives next door - Combined!  :o
Go read this months WMB in Tescos etc, I think they have a group test of portable washers and they recommonded one like this. Will be hard work though although cheaper. Wiggle were doing the good Mobi ones (that plug into car, not the weaker/more expensive ones with integrated batteries) for £50 odd a while back but maybe all gone now, ah back up to £80
+1 for mobi, but hose is tempramental (sp?) And proned to ping off occasionally.

A 15 litre hand pressure spray with lance isnt too bad though.

A mobi for 50 or less is bloody good.
I use to use one similiar to that before I got my Dirtworker.  It did the job well providing you dont mind having to stop and pump to keep the pressure up
Ride the Spiral to the end
It takes us to where no ones been
not clicked the link above, but I saw someone using a weedkiller / garden spray type cleaner recently, combined with a soft bristled brust it did the job fairly well. I use a similar soft brish with my mobiwasher and can then do two bikes. Mobi for £50ish is a worth it if you need to store the bike indoors.
Keep it foolish...

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