Review: Grease Monkey Wipes

Grease Monkey Wipes had sent us some samples to test. Here’s what we found out.

I applied some bearing grease to my hand. I can’t stand bearing grease, its hard to get off and even after you wash your hands out, there’s still a bit of a residue.

Opened up the wipe.

Started wiping…

Viola! This stuff works! No grease residue. The grease gets trapped into the wipe.

What I liked about the wipes was the grease cutting properties of the citrus based degreaser. Not only did you feel clean, but you smelled great too.

Though its a degreaser, I had also used the wipes after a dusty night ride to clean my self up before going to grab some beer with the team. The wipes didn’t dry out my hands, all it did was clean me up and leave me feeling fresh.

Cost:

Grease Monkey Wipes are $1 each and are sold in packs of 6, 12, 18, or a box of 24.

For more information about Grease Monkey Wipes, just visit their website.

9 Replies to “Review: Grease Monkey Wipes”

  1. Thanks RL for the review of Grease Monkey Wipes. All your readers can get a 10% discount on Grease Monkey Wipes by putting “mtnbike” in the comments section at checkout.

  2. I think this is a great product! I just finished watching them on shark tank. They were awesome and the only ones to be accepted. I really could’ve used one a couple weeks ago.I was on my way to church in my nice white usher uniform, when i had to adjust my battery cable. I got grease on my hands and then accidently touched my clothes! That’s never coming out. So, I will be looking for them very soon. Again, this is a great idea!

  3. Just show shark tank it was great. Great idea my husband likes to play with his Jeep and always gets his hands dirty. Likes to go rock climing. I would defenitly buy some for him it would be nice if you had them in a box or container just like baby wipes come.

    Great job I now this will be a great hit!

  4. I really like these wipes. I would like to see them in my local car wash. When I clean my car I like to clean under the hood and a regular wet paper towel just doesn’t do the trick. I’ve even tried Lysol wipes and it picks up some but not all. I would like to see this product in California. I think it would sell a lot. Thanks.

  5. Because they were just on tv brainchild that’s how the comments showed up on the same day just like mine. (I dvr the show).

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