The Crystal Moto Wash is my go-to soap for muddied bikes now and it has been relentless at keeping my Sherco 300 SE Factory clean.
Finding some suds that actually remove the mud from your bike without removing your precious couch grass is hard. Fortunately Fabio, from Brisbane, has come up with a bike wash formula that’s soft on grass but hard on stains called the Crystal Moto Wash.
The Crystal Moto Wash is my go-to soap for muddied bikes now and it has been relentless at keeping my Sherco 300 SE Factory clean and looking brand new even though it’s nearing 40 hours old.
Biodegradable I wash my bike on the driveway so I don’t have to worry about killing my grass but there is a nature strip between my driveway and the neighbours that the suds run into and it hasn’t killed any of the grass. If it had, my neighbour would be pissed.
Strong In all my riding, I haven’t found a soil sample it hasn’t been able to remove. Even the red stuff out of Ride Park in Victoria is no match for the Crystal Moto Wash.
Story Crystal Moto Wash is made right here in Brisbane, Australia by a bloke named Fabio who came up with the recipe. Fabio is a not only a massive dirtbike fan and Beta rider but he also has over 35 years of experience mixing paints so he knows what he’s doing. I love supporting Aussie-made stuff when Aussie ingenuity is involved!
Damage-free Despite being hard on dirt, the Crystal Moto Wash hasn’t worn any of the rubber or plastic on the Sherco.
Variety Fabio makes a different formula for road, off-road and adventure that are specifically designed to not damage your bike while also removing grime.
We didn’t like
Thickness The solution is very thick and when I added it to my spray bottle after the water was in there, I needed one of Fabio’s pain shakers to mix it. So I now add it before the water so when the water landing on top of it dilutes it.
If you want to support a local Aussie company, if you want to look after your lawn and if you want all the skin on your hands, get involved in the Crystal Moto Wash. It’s hard on everything you want it to be hard on and soft on the stuff you want to preserve.
CHECK OUT THE FULL FEATURE IN ISSUE #532 OF ADB.