Muc-Off - Muc-Off - Brush Set (5 Pcs)
Muc-Off

Muc-Off - Brush Set (5 Pcs)

Regular price

$56.99

Muc-Off - Brush Set (5 Pcs)

Regular price

$56.99

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Description

  • DESCRIPTION

    Featuring all five Muc-Off brushes in a handy storage bag:

    Our Soft Washing Brush with sintered bristle compound is designed to clean your frame and components while caring for delicate finishes. It’s all new design features a tough, impact resistant handle that won't slip in extreme conditions, an oversized head for fast cleaning of large areas and rubberised impact zones for maximum protection.

    Our Detailing Brush is ideal for reaching hard-to-shift dirt on sprockets, hubs and other tight areas such as suspension mounts or fork crowns. It’s new design features a tough, impact resistant handle that won't slip in extreme conditions, durable nylon bristles and rubberized impact zones for maximum protection on delicate finishes.

    Our Claw Brush features high quality construction with triple brush heads with tough nylon bristles and an integral scraper for mud de-clogging. It’s ideal for chain, cassette and sprockets, and it’s even 10-speed compatible.

    Our Tire & Cassette Brush is shaped and contoured specifically to clean rims and spokes with ease. It’s design features a tough, impact resistant handle that won't slip in extreme conditions, durable nylon bristles and rubberised impact zones for maximum protection on delicate finishes.

    Our Two Prong Brush is ideal for reaching hard-to-shift dirt on spokes, discs, shocks, cranks, linkages and pedals. It’s design features a tough, impact resistant handle that won't slip in extreme conditions and durable nylon bristles. The twin brush heads can be altered and repositioned to reach the tightest of areas.

    NB: To maintain performance of all brushes avoid use with boiling water and on hot parts. We recommend using warm water and allowing all hot parts to cool before use.

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