Kaabom launches Dirt Busting Bag

Fisher Outdoor Leisure's cleaning brand releases brand new package
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Bike cleaning brand Kaaboom, launched last year by Fisher Outdoor Leisure, has released a 'Dirt Busting Bag' for UK bike retail.

The Bag includes core Kaboom products featuring all the average cyclist needs to clean their bike in one package, according to Fisher.

The £19.99 RRP product includes 1.1 litres of Kaaboom Cleaner with spray bottle, a concentrated 200ml refill of cleaner, 400ml of Citrus Degreaser Spray, a brush and a sponge.

The Dirt Busting Bag is aimed primarily at the gift market and customers buying a new bike. Stock is available immediately on general release from Fisher.

"The KaaBoom range is the perfect cleaning partner for cyclists of all disciplines," explained Rob Handoll, KaaBoom brand manager for Fisher Outdoor Leisure.
"Having received really positive feedback from mountain bikers, road riders and commuters alike, we know the product is proving itself as an unbeatable combination of value and performance."

"By introducing the Dirt Busting Bag, we’re offering the consumer a convenient pack of everything required to get their bike gleaming. For retailers this offers an ideal gift idea to propose to anyone looking to buy for a cyclist as well as a nice add on to a bike sale. We believe you will find this a great addition to your stock."

You can find out more via www.fisherb2b.com.

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