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  • MUC OFF CHAIN CLEANER X3
  • MUC OFF CHAIN CLEANER X3
  • MUC OFF CHAIN CLEANER X3
  • MUC OFF CHAIN CLEANER X3
  • MUC OFF CHAIN CLEANER X3
  • MUC OFF CHAIN CLEANER X3
  • MUC OFF CHAIN CLEANER X3

MUC OFF CHAIN CLEANER X3

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MUC-OFF X-3 DIRTY CHAIN CLEANER MACHINE

Cleaning a greasy and grimy chain can be a tedious and arduous task. Well, Muc-Off has the solution with its X-3 Chain Cleaner Machine. The machine combines an all-encompassing deep clean with the deep-cleansing Drivetrain Cleaner for a quick and easy means of getting your chain running smoothly.

Included are both the cleaning machine as well as a 75ml measure of Muc-Off Drivetrain Cleaner. This liquid can be either sprayed directly onto the drivetrain or poured into the top of the reservoir of the X-3 machine and then released with the nifty control button.

Muc-Off's Drivetrain Cleaner partners up with the X-3 Machine to cut through the worst of your chain's grease and grime. Inside, the X-3 abrasive cleaning teeth alongside a rotating brush wheel provide 120 contact points that cover all of the chain's surface area for a deep and thorough clean.

Dirty fluid is kept from being recycled over the chain by dropping into a lower reservoir level where it is kept away from your shiny clean chain. On top of all of this cleaning prowess, Muc-Off Drivetrain Cleaner is fully biodegradable so you can rest assured that your rejuvenated chain does not come at the expense of the environment.

FEATURES

  • Easily removes grease, grime and chain oil in seconds
  • Deepest clean thanks to 120 contact points
  • Easy to clean and re-use
  • Heavy-duty construction that's built to last
  • Includes 75ml Muc-Off Drivetrain Cleaner
  • Perfect for Road, MTB or Cyclocross bicycle chains
  • Not compatible with BMX or track chains
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