Naughty reps tell IBDs that Muc-Off is harmful to disc brake pads

Rubbish, says Alex Trimnell of X-Lite. "It's interesting to hear the stories that the competition make up. Maybe it's because consumer demand for Muc-Off has doubled in the last 18 months?"
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X-Lite has been here before. The company says it's often at the receiving end of rep-spread gossip, mainly from a rival bike cleaner distributor.

Trimnell wants the following fact aired:

"Muc-Off does not harm fork seals or disc brake pads. It's a non-caustic formula, and leaves a gleaming finish, not dried out and lifeless."

Muc-Off started life in the bike trade but is now also selling in the motorcycle, dirt bike and car markets.

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