Review – Juice Lubes Bike Cleaner and Drivetrain Cleaning Products

Juice Lubes Bike Cleaner and Cycle Drivetrain Cleaning Products
Do not underestimate the benefits of bike cleaning. Your ride will not only look better; it will also be more efficient, quieter, safer; and parts will last much longer, after a good cleaning session. A bike clean may take 30 minutes of your time; but it will save you money and costly mechanicals in the long run.

Juice Lubes is a UK-based company that make some of the best bike cleaners on the market. With the autumn weather bringing back mucky trails and debris-strewn roads, I decided to look at their current bike cleaner range…

For a step by step guide to cleaning your bike, check out my post: 'The Ultimate Bike Cleaning Routine'

Key components of the cleaning process are the brushes, chain-bath, degreaser, and bike frame cleaner that you use. 

This is the Juice Lubes offering: 
  • Dirt Juice No Nonsense Bike Cleaner
  • Dirt Juice BOSS Chain Cleaner
  • Dirty Little Scrubber Chain Cleaner
  • Big Softy Soft Wash Frame Brush
  • Double-Ender Two Prong Brush
  • Stiffler Drivetrain Brush 
Deploying the above products in 'The Ultimate Bike Clean Routine' offers a superbly effective bike cleaning process.

The No Nonsense Bike Cleaner is effective at softening caked-on mud. The BOSS Chain Cleaner and Dirty Little Scrubber work in tandem to strip your drivetrain of gritty and dried-on chain lube. The Big Softy Brush then helps gently clean your frames surfaces, while the Double-Ender gets to those hard-to-reach places.

Investing in a quality set of bike washing brushes and cleaners will make your post-ride bike cleaning that much easier and more productive this autumn. It is time and money well-spent, to keep your ride smooth and silent.

>> View the Juice Lubes Bike Cleaning range at


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