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Originally Posted by pesty View Post
Whatever floats your boat. I'm just trying to dispel the notion that some people have that if you give your chain a shot of WD-40 your'e good to go. A properly maintained bike doesn't need solvents anywhere near it.
You have the right to your opinions and practices, but neither of these are facts. While not my choice, WD-40 can be an okay chain lubricant if applied on a regular basis. Similarly, solvents (I think you must be referring to organic solvents, since water itself classifies as a solvent) are nothing to be afraid of, and do a fantastic job of cleaning bike parts.
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