Rex ultra-low friction all-condition chain lubeRegular price £16.00
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"I expected the lube to be good but I didn't expect it to be this good."
This fantastic lube from Finland was given 10/10 by MBR Magazine, describing it as "one of the best lubes out there."
Rex ultra-low friction, all-condition chain lube from world-renown Finnish ski wax brand. 30g bottle of solvent free, non-vaporising wax-based elastic liquid chain lube.
Each bottle provides up to 30 lubrications.
This premium quality wax-based chain lube from Finland is made by ski wax brand Rex, known for producing exceptional quality ski waxes, particularly for the ski touring market.
Dyno-tested against 55 other lubes by two acknowledged independent laboratories, Rex chain lube was the lowest friction lube the laboratories had ever tested. Combined with high elasticity and excellent water repellency, it outperformed mineral oil and solvent-based lubes by a significant margin.
To apply, first clean the chain removing all other lubricants. Each link of the clean chain needs to be coated with the lube, and the chain is spun slowly to coat the links. The lubricant forms spidery strands that sit on the links and coast each part of the chain. Then just go ride!
Periodically wash the chain with water and then clean with a cloth and reapply the lube every 5 or 6 rides. Heavy winter conditions may require more frequent lubrication, such as every 3 or 4 rides.
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