Muc Off Silicone Shine review

Muc Off Silicone Shine
Cycling Weekly Verdict

It goes without saying that braking areas are best avoided, and we didn't much like it on saddles either, but other than that a unanimous thumbs up. Oh yeah, and it smells of cherries - jury's still out on that one. Contact:

Reasons to buy
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    It works - leaves your bike very shiny

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    Silicone barrier helps repel dirt and water

Reasons to avoid
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    Hmmm, cherries

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Making your bike gleam used to involve elbow grease, but wax on, wax off no longer; a quick squirt of Muc-Off's Silicone Shine works wonders on practically all parts of your bike (and a myriad of other things too) with next to no effort.

Because it dries completely, paintwork, anodising, plastics and carbon parts can be coated and left looking like new again, plus the silicone barrier then repels dirt and water.

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