Pits & Bits Reviews and Testimonials
I recently used mine on a muddy bike ride, I was covered in the thick dirty oily mud you get when riding old train track trails and muddy quarry routes, the dirt was thick, in my hair and all over my arms and legs and when we stopped for a refreshing drink at a nice pub I popped my Pits and bits out of my day sack and spent 2 mins getting clean
Opening the shampoo I squeezed a little on my hand and rubbed in my air and within seconds a nice lather had formed and the mud was coming out of my hair nice, squirting my water bottle in my hair and hey presto the hair was clean
Next I got the body wash and squeezed a little on my hand, rubbed it into my arms and then my legs, a little more was used for the face, then I used 2 of the expandable wipes to wipe it all off
Boom - the skin was clean and I felt refreshed and also smelt nice
Each festival wash kit I would say is good for 3 or 4 good washes and like I say its perfect for those events where there are no wash areas - saying that I cant see why you cant use like normal shampoo and body wash though,
From now on it will always be in my kit for events
Give it a try - you won't be disappointed and you can also but it in larger size bottles
The box states that no water is required, but I found the wash towels expanded best with a few drops of water poured over them. I then used the waterless wash and wipe to give my pits, and indeed ‘bits’ the once over. It dries off very fast (you can use a towel but on a hot day, no towel was needed) and I did indeed feel much fresher and far less grim after use. Win!!!
I whipped out the hand sanitiser and the sticky hands disappeared. My kids don’t like the chemical smell that some hand gels leave behind, but the Nilaqua is like a foam and leaves no nasty smell.
With the privacy of a small bench we cleaned up with the body wash and yes, the shampoo! Who says you can’t wash your hair on the moors? Mine is too thick and long to do so and needs some tlc, but Hubby kindly volunteered. We were all jealous as the shampoo has a gorgeous coconut fragrance. Having worked it into his hair for a few minutes, he then towelled it off with one of the wipes. Ta-dar lovely smelling hair and he looked fresh. We were impressed with how the products worked and save water. Definitely something to put in the backpack or leave in the car. I’m bound to fall in another bog soon!
The main difference I see is that the MucOff comes out in foam form, where as the Pits and Bits is liquid gel. This probably boils down to personal preference in the end, the only note I would make is the MucOff doesn’t require you to towel off (although recommended), but the Pits and Bits Body Wash is better value for money, as it’s at a lower price point, and comes in a larger bottle!