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WD-40 Bike
Wet Lube 4oz Drip

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The name says it all. WD-40 Bike's Wet Lube is specifically designed to fight off rain, grit, and mud. Its thicker formula uses special polymers which form a protective layer over your chain, repelling moisture and preventing grime.

WD-40 Bike Wet Lube is available in a 4oz drip bottle.

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Great lube
by OpusBikes
Cycling Enthusiast

I have been switching back and forth between a few lubes and thought I'd give this one a try as well. While I won't say it blew the other lubes out of the water, I will say it has become my go-to lube. I especially like this on my cyclocross bike. It's held up really well to dirt and gravel and even a few nasty showers.

Reviewed 12/18/2014
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Works well, but high maintenance.
by Anonymous
Competitive Racer
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I bought this because it got a good review in VN. I ride a lot in all kinds of weather, including long NE winter. It works well enough to lube the chain, but nothing extraordinary. The big problem is that it gunks up something terrible into large globs at the jockey wheels, derailleur cages, cogs, and inner chain ring. And that's after a mere 100 miles. The clean up is worse than any other lube as far as I've known in 45 yrs. of riding and wrenching. Made me want to resort to kerosene clean up and original WD-40 spray out of a can! Going back to T-9's double duty cleaner/lube, no brainer product.

Reviewed 4/23/2014
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