PJ1 Foam Filter Cleaner

$11.99
$9.59 (20% off)
4.60 out of 5 stars
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PJ1 Foam Filter Cleaner
PJ1 Foam Filter Cleaner
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  • Reviews (31)
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  • This item is considered hazardous material. Orders containing this product will ship ground only and cannot be shipped to Alaska, Hawaii, or US Territories.

The PJ1 range of specialty lubricants, paints and maintenance products leads the way providing unrivaled performance for bike and motor sports enthusiasts the world over. The PJ1 Foam Filter Cleaner offers an outstanding product to clean your motorcycle or ATV air filter which will improve engine performance and horsepower.

  • Maximizes your motorcycle or ATV's air filter efficiency.
  • Designed to dissolve dirt and grime.
  • Easy to use with simple spray on and rinse off application.
  • Won't harm glues.
  • For foam and fabric filters.

How to use this oil:

  • Step 1: Shake can well before each use.
  • Step 2: Apply PJ1 Filter Cleaner liberally to both inner and outer surfaces until filter is completely saturated.
  • Step 3: Wait 15 minutes, rinse thoroughly and let dry completely.
  • Step 4: Apply PJ1 Filter Oil according to the directions on the label.
4.6 out of 5 stars (31)
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Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Top 500 Contributor
Location: North Bend, WA, USA
DuneKawiRider
PJ1 Filter cleaner

Been using this for years. Cleans filters amazingly. Doesn't smell terrible like some of the others I have used. Defintely a must buy. A+ IMO

Overall 1 out of 5 stars
Paxton
Sorry but I don't like

spray on cleaners aren't worth the money. Just use gas and no it doesn't damage your filter like everyone says

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser Top 50 Contributor Top 100 Contributor
Location: Tuscaloosa, AL
BlueDogMoto
When I find something that works I stick with it

I've been using PJ1 now for over 10 years. I find the product to reliably break up the dirt in my filter and allow me to wash away the dirt with little effort.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Belpre, Ohio
NthoozEist
As usual, PJ1 delivers a great product.

This stuff is by far the best foam filter cleaner on the market today. Have and always will trust PJ1!

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser Top 100 Contributor Top 250 Contributor
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Vegas426
Turn your filter white again

Great product for thoroughly cleaning your air filters to like new again.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Top 500 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Location: AZ
MX55
Great cleaner

Use it after every ride along with the PJ1 lube

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Ashland, WI
ptvjr
Effective air filter cleaner

Cuts through grimmy, heavily soiled filters well. Its fin point spray penetrates into the filter media. I've use it to clean PJ1 oiled filters as well as filters oiled with Twin Air Bio Filter OIl. It also cuts through grease if used to seal filter. Both factory and aftermarket 2-stage filters.

PJ1 Foam Filter Cleaner
Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: UP, Michigan
captainkjb
Filter Cleaner that CLEANS!

PJ1 Filter Cleaner does an excellent job of cleaning air filters on contact. 1. Point 2. Spray 3. Cleans on contact. It is as simple as that.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: nebraska
nicknameone
Gr8 stuff

Easy to use. Gets the dirt out!

Overall 3 out of 5 stars
Location: Royal Oak, MI
TKennedy
Eh

I am not impressed - did not clean my filter evenly even after 2 rounds with the spray. I let it sit for 15 minutes - went to wash it out but not all the dirt came out. Will look to a different product.

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Haplo Location: Michigan
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sscot600 Over 5 years ago
Will this be like a degreaser for the filter?
I got a bike from someone and I am cleaning the air filter for the first time. I bought a no toil set but it turns out the person that owned the bike before me used a different type of oil and the no toil cleaner wont get it out. Now I need a solvent to get that oil out so I can put the no toil oil I bought.
Over 5 years ago
SupaLoopa
I just use gas to clean the filter and squeeze as much gas out and then take the air hose from my compressor, blow the remaining gas out and hang up to dry for about 5 minutes, then add new oil and re-install air filter.
Over 5 years ago
Countryboy
use gas first to clean the filter then use your no toil. allow filter to dry before using.
Over 5 years ago Location: CT
ridehonda250
this is what you use to clean the air filter. you oil the filter after you clean it and let it dry. brand of the oil shouldn't matter.
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2 years 4 months ago Location: Tuscaloosa, AL
BlueDogMoto
Yes. This product will break up oil and allow you to clean the filter thoroughly. I spray the filter down with this product and let it soak for a few minutes. Then, I wash the filter in a mixture of soapy water. Next, I rinse the filter. A lot. Make sure you get it clean. Finally, I set the filter on a grate overnight to dry before I oil it up.
redgreenfan5 Over 7 years ago
Does the cleaner work well or is there a better brand to buy?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago
Darren977
Yeah! This foam filter cleaner does a great job of cleaning filters and pretty much takes any/all of the hassle out of the older method (soaking the filter in soapy-water). Just spray it on, let the filter sit for a bit and rinse it out. As far as the brand goes, you can never go wrong with PJ1 products in my opinion. Its hard to say weather or not there's a better brand available out there, but if you look at the purpose and functionality of this cleaner, I'd say that there's no easier and more thorough way of getting the job done!
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2 years 4 months ago Location: Tuscaloosa, AL
BlueDogMoto
I haven't used a lot of other cleaners but I've used this one for 10+ years and have had great success with it. I recommend this one.
Haplo Over 7 years ago Location: Michigan
What size can is the cleaner?
Top 100 Contributor
Over 7 years ago Location: Eureka, CA
07YFZ450Rider
the can that i have is a 15oz spray or 425.3 grams. when i bought it at the motorcycle shop it was $8.00 a can so the price here is woth it when you order this with other products to cut down on extra shipping costs.
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