Remove Oil And Grime With Ease
Developed specifically for the grime-devouring Chain Pig chain cleaner, Pedro's Pig Juice is an impressively effective and economical degreaser and cleaner. Pig Juice is an impressively effective and economical degreaser/cleaner that makes bicycle drivetrain cleaning quick, easy, and safe for all.
Pig Juice features an advanced pre-activated formula that quickly penetrates and loosens, removing oils, soils, and grime. With less tedious scrubbing and rinsing, this degreaser leaves spotless residue-free parts for a bicycle that looks brand new. Free of harsh chemicals and gentle enough to use on any material, Pedro's Pig Juice Degreaser is fully biodegradable, fragrance-free, dye-free, solvent-free, plant-derived, and zero-VOC.
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Mfg PartNum: 6230161
Pig Juice seems to clean about as well as any other chain degreaser I have used. It takes at least two changes of it in a Park Tool cleaning device to remove all the visible gunk on the chain. I then hose the cleaner off with water and finish with compressed air blast to blow out the residual water. I then lub using Rock n Roll Extreme. I have found the chain is rather black after just one 40 mile ride. I have since altered my cleaning procedure. I use the two coats of Pig Juice, wash it out with a hose and water and blow dry. I then finish with Oil Eater degreaser. This last product seems to remove the residue left behind by the Pig Juice. I then wash again and blow dry with compressed air and then lube the chain with afore mentioned lube. The chain remains noticeable cleaner after just one ride than with just the Pig Juice. This is my subjective observation. I do think that the stronger degreasers leave a residue behind that attracts dirt more quickly. This is hard to prove one way or the other, especially so when you put a sticky oil based lube on the chain. I suspect that the stronger the degreaser the more likely that a residue remains. The Oil Eater degreaser will hardly clean the chain if it is used first. But it seems to get the residue off.
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