Joe's been using Ammo .243 for the last six months and he first thought it would just another cleaning product in the market, but within a matter of minutes it became his absolute go-to for cleaning my bike, here's why.
When I first saw the Ammo .243 I thought it would just another cleaning product in the market, but within a matter of minutes it became my absolute go-to for cleaning my bike. It is one of the best muck removers I have ever tried and the water base means no solvents to damage your paint or precious parts. It’s safe to use on all surfaces including rubber, anodised parts, carbon fibre and so on. I use it diluted down and there’s multiple dilution rates supplied on the label for different applications.
With a dowsing of Ammo Pro and a small toothbrush, it revived my chain from a rusty wreck to an almost mirror finish. I use it as an all-round bike cleaner and it makes cleaning a joy rather than a chore (yes, really). It really is extremely powerful and I urge you to try some. They also do some great polishes and other cleaning products, so check out their website. I’m an ammo convert for sure.
Honestly, I’m struggling to pick fault with the product! Even the bottle hasn’t leaked, like a lot of other products do - leaving your hands cleaner than the bike.
What other cleaners are out there?
While Joe's been using 0.243 Ammo, we've also been testing Triple Wax Waterless wash and shine.