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S100 Total Cycle Cleaner

If you've been cleaning your motorcycle with a a bucket of car suds or a quick detailer, chances are you been missing the most important and threatened places on your bike…those hidden nooks and crannies where dirt can hide. Why isn't that ok? Dirt traps moisture and the moisture can't dry out. The result is corrosion, rust and tarnish and you can't even see it happening! S100 Total Cycle Cleaner works differently by creeping to find the hidden soils you can't see, then penetrating and loosening them so a sharp stream of water can remove them. The result is a bike that is clean everywhere, not just where can see. Simply put, it's better for your bike. 

Features:

  • Advanced motorcycle cleaner removes dirt, chain lube, road grit
  • Will not harm finish
  • Simply spray-on and hose-off
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S100 Total Cycle Cleaner 4 5 6 6
Worked as promised. Worked as promised. Very happy. Need to REALLY rinse well though, as some residue will remain. July 15, 2013
Just wash off the dirt Just spray on, rinse off and dry. No need to keep wasting sponges by getting grit and grime all over them. Doesn't leave spots on chrome or paint. Excellent product to drastically cut down cleaning time. April 22, 2013
Makes the wash day much quicker and easier I used to use dishwashing soap, a bucket, lot's of different sponges, and rags to wash my bike. This stuff is way easier. It sprays on, rinse off with water, then wipe down with a nice set of lint free rags. Be careful to fully rinse it off though. Once it dries, it makes a gooey film that's hard to get off. Also, it'll erase the numbers off of license plate registration stickers. So, be careful with that. January 21, 2013
Allows quick clean up of the cycle. I have used this product over the years and find it to clean all sections of the bike with great results. I use the sponge supplied with the kit and rinse with lots of water until the surface is free of cleaner. September 24, 2012
S 100 total bike cleaner Makes cleaning your much easier. RevZilla is very helpful & fast service July 21, 2008
s100 few as good none better July 7, 2008
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S100 Total Cycle Cleaner
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Mathew C: Have used this for the last 20 years and it works great every time Dec 26, 2013
A shopper asked: Couple questions. Can I use this to clean my chain/sprocket? Should I lube the chains after cleaning my bike with this product? Also, is this product safe to use on the brake discs? Thanks! Oct 6, 2013
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Martin S: Well, s100 really removes pretty much all the grease and dirt... When I clean the chain (using wd40) Ive cleaned my hands using s100 so, it does work. Will it harm the orings of the chain? I dont think so. I think though, it is too expensive to use s100 to clean your chain. Get yourself some toluene or another type of fuel to degrease it and lube your chain with CHAIN LUBE only.

1. Degrease (i use wd40) but you can use s100
2. Dry
3. Lube with chainlube.
Oct 8, 2013
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Mack O: No don't use it to clean you chain, use a chain degreaser like Dupont Motorcycle Degreaser .. S100 is more like cleaner/waxer ... I wouldn't use it on the chain or the brakes .. it won't hurt either.. It does work well on everything else. Be sure you have a nozzel that will spray water hard. After you spray it on, you wash it off. If you missed some, it will show up looking like white powder.. just wash it off . Oct 8, 2013
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John W: I'm sure it would not hurt your drive chain component's. I don't think it would be my first choice for sprockets or chain cleaning. I will say it does a wonderful job on everything else. You will have to still use a brush on stubborn dirt/grease. Just make double sure you don't use on a hot bike and rise , rinse, rinse and the rinse again DO NOT ALLOW IT TO DRY ON YOUR BIKE!!!! Oct 8, 2013
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Thomas L: This is essentially soap, a detergent that can make oil dissolve in water. As such it will work on your chain, but better products exist for chain cleaning. Yes, always relubricate your chain after cleaning, regardless how you cleaned it. Oct 8, 2013
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Alfonzo W: Just because it works so well on greasy grime, I keep it away from the chain. I do hit the sprocket but with a rag dipped in some of the S100 product. I've used it on brakes with no adverse effects.

Rinse, Rinse, Rinse!
Oct 9, 2013
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