Helmet Cleaning Kits

Shift It Motorcycle Helmet and Visor Travel Pack
Shift It are a company based in the UK and were possibly the first company in the world to produce cleaning products specifically designed for helmets and visors. Their products safely clean surfaces made of polycarbonate, carbon fibre, kevlar, fibreglass and even combinations of these materials. The products are PH-neutral, non-abrasive, don’t smear, clean fast and effectively and are environment friendly. Yet despite all this, the products are small enough to carry.

This travel kit has all the cleaning products and wipes needed for a road trip: helmet and visor cleaner, for removing all the winter dirt, grime and grease that collects during the wet weather; anti fog spray to prevent fogging up of your visor; helmet refresh spray for deodorising and cleaning the inside of the helmet and 3 lint-free polishing cloths.  All of these fab products are supplied in a handy sized storage pouch with zip. The pouch makes this a great looking present, while the quality of the products inside will make it very well-received.

Oxford Helmet Care Kit
This really is a great kit at a fantastic price.  It has everything the owner of a helmet needs to keep it in tip top condition and would make a really great stocking filler.  Included in the kit is: an internal helmet sanitiser, which both cleans bacteria and deodorises the helmet; anti fog spray, which reduces fogging inside the visor; helmet and visor cleaner for removing road dirt, insects and grease and a mirco fibre cleaning cloth.  All of these items come in a handy carry case.  A definite must for any biking enthusiast.


CTP Motorcycle Helmet and Visor Cleaning Set

Another great little gift is this cleaning set, which includes 100ml of cleaning fluid and a microfibre cleaning cloth for a streak and scratch free finish.  It can be used on clear, tinted, mirrored and laminated visors as well as headlights, mirrors and glasses.  A fab little stocking filler.



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