Green Oil Green Clean Bike Cleaner

Powerful yet natural, Green Clean is:
- Made in Britain 
- Has a dual mode spray - Water pistol or wide spray modes 
- Utilizes 100% natural ingredients 
- Uses cross cycled fizzy drinks cap 


Green Clean is not only biodegradable, but uses 100% natural ingredients too


So why clean your bike?
A smoother surface free of mud makes your bike more aerodynamic. But mainly, mud build up doesn't look nice on your ride. Further, its important to keep brake pad surfaces clean, and your derailleur free from mud for gear changing.

How to use Green Clean

1. Shake the bottle to activate ingredients
2. Twist spray nozzle to select either spray or water pistol mode
3. Spray all over your dirty bike
4. Leave for around 2 minutes
5. Use a wet Ecosponge and Bicycle Brush to clean off dirt and grime
6. Thoroughly rinse your bike with preferably rain water from a butt, or tap water
7. Admire your clean bike!

How is Green Clean green?

Well firstly, its not just the name! The Green Clean formula is totally biodegradable, but not only that, its formula uses 100% natural ingredients. That means a minimal impact on the environment, and lower carbon footprint. Green Clean was developed in house and has award winning cleaning performance. It uses a special detergent derived from coconut oil, and orange peel extract among other natural ingredients. Curiously, the orange peel is a bi-product of the organic orange juice industry. All ingredients are sustainability sourced too.

Refilling 
Green Clean bottles can be refilled. This reduces the carbon footprint of transporting the products around.  

Recycling information Green Oil UK Limited will pay you 10p in cash for your old Green Clean bottle. Selected retailers will refill your bottle for a 10p discount. This concept is widespread in most countries where deposit bottles are used for beer and other drinks. See us at the next trade show for your 10p in cash!

You can of course though recycle your Green Clean bottle. The trigger spray is made from numerous types of plastics making recycling difficult. Some waste collection services will take it though. Also, the caps used are random, some are HDPE (plastic type 2), and some polypropylene (PP, or plastic type 5). Most councils tell you to take the cap off before recycling anyway. We would be pleased to have these caps back in any case. The rubber band around the neck of the bottle can be used to hold pencils together, or for your hair - or any other elastic band use.




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