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    non stick cooking spray

    hello i live in michigan and ride every day in this salt slush crap any way i have read non stick cooking spray sprayed on your bike will help keep all this crap from sticking is that true?

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    Omg No!!!
    If your not bleeding your not trying hard enough, now excuse me while I get my bike dirty.
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    You want to wax your bike.
    If your not bleeding your not trying hard enough, now excuse me while I get my bike dirty.
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    Be careful what you put on a carbon frame. And watch out for over spray.

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    well here in michigan u wax your carto stop the salt from destrying your paint and turning you car into pile of rust so maybe it would work on a bike oh and if i had a carbon frame i dont think i would make it my winter ride id save it for clean roads

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    Quote Originally Posted by cabana 4 life
    well here in michigan u wax your carto stop the salt from destrying your paint and turning you car into pile of rust so maybe it would work on a bike oh and if i had a carbon frame i dont think i would make it my winter ride id save it for clean roads

    Yes, and taking the time to it clean works 100% of the time. Leaving nothing to chance.

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    I've heard it works pretty well as a saucer sled lubricant

    Careful Clark!

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    wax the beast, why not? Cooking spray might attract racoons...

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    Actually when I go out Mt Biking on Snow trails I spray My cleats and the pedals with Non-stick Cooking Spray and it does help keeping my cleats/pedals from clogging up with snow.

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