- Jul 13, 2012
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Yikes. I just squirt wet bike chain oil on chain and cassette and spin it a few times. Ugh. Hoping Domane doesn’t require too much TLC.
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There are dozens of degreasers that work well but I've always used the gallon jug of Simple Green. Lasts me a couple of seasons.sweet thanks! I’ve just been using a toothbrush and dish soap to tackle grease on the freewheel, chain, cranks and needed lube
The only thing I'd add to that routine is after you spin it a few times, let it sit for a few minutes and then hold the chain in a rag/paper towels and spin it a few more times to wipe off the excess. All the lube on the outside of the chain isn't necessary, it just attracts dirt. As long as the inside of the chain is lubed you are .Yikes. I just squirt wet bike chain oil on chain and cassette and spin it a few times. Ugh. Hoping Domane doesn’t require too much TLC.