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Phil Wood Waterproof Grease
Phil Wood Waterproof Grease

Phil Wood
Waterproof Grease

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This petroleum based Waterproof Grease from Phil Wood is used to pack all their own bearings for maximum durability. Given the "premium" classification by all major bearing manufacturers, this grease is ideal for countless bike projects as well as odd jobs around the house. To prolong the life of components, put it on bolt threads or other metal on metal contact points.

Available in a 3oz (85g) tube.

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The best!
by Vb

Top quality product for all your greasy needs. I use it for everything from bottom brackets to seat posts

Reviewed 11/2/2017
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Best grease you can buy
by OaktownCyclist
Cycling Enthusiast
Oakland, CA
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Expensive. But then again, you get what you pay for. As with most things Phil, this is simply The best. Lasts practically forever and is actually waterproof. Can't say that often.

Reviewed 6/19/2014
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Lasts for decades
by flak4af
Cycling Enthusiast
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I've rebuilt ball-bearing hubs (Campy) with Phil Waterproof Grease for decades ... and the bearings last for decades. I over-grease the fittings, and let them equalize themselves in the first 50 or so miles. Rain, puddles and the hose don't get into the bearings. Using Phil generously, I have Campy, Suntour and Shimano loose ball bearing hubsets that are 40 years old and roll like new. Now I let the bike shop boys repack bearings ... but I hand them a tube of Phil.

Reviewed 4/22/2014
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Keep things running smoothly on your road, mountain, or commuter bike.
When to use grease, lubes, and solvents on bicycle parts.