Old 08-12-15, 06:27 PM
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John00
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I use Super Clean, formally known as CasterOil Super Clean. It's much more alkaline then Simple green so it works much better. I remove my chain, put it in a plastic jug with a mouth large enough that I can get the kinked chain out of once finished. I shake it for a while, then I add almost boiling water and shake some more. Then I repeat with Dawn dish soap or Simple Green to neutralize the PH and a little extra cleaning. Then I rinse well with water. I have an air compressor so I blow out all the water in the chain, then I dry the chain with a hair dryer. I also floss the cassette with a rag and clean the crank set and dérailleurs. I replace the chain on the bike and lube each link with a drop of Pro Link.
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