Old 08-12-15, 02:04 PM
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HazeT
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I put mine in heavy duty citrus degreaser, comes out looking as clean as day 1. You can buy at any home depot and is dirty cheap.
After I take it off, I wash with water and dry it with a rag, leave in the sun for 30 mins while I clean the bike.
From there, I've a small bucket with Pro link lube where I submerge the chain for a few hours so the oil goes inside the links, take it off passing through a rag to remove the excess and is all ready for the morning ride.
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