WHITE LIGHTNING Self-Cleaning Wax Lubricant, 4 oz.
Item: 3660543 Product Description >
WHITE LIGHTNING Self-Cleaning Wax Lubricant, 4 oz.Self-cleaning wax lubricant is the #1 selling cycling lubrication in the USA.
- Patented dirt-shedding formula
- Chain, derailers, and gears stay clean, work better, last longer
- 4 fluid ounces, squeeze bottle
- Due to federal shipping restrictions regarding products with hazardous or flammable materials, this product can only be shipped via ground transportation. We’re sorry, but Next Day Air, 2nd Day Air, USPS Priority or Express shipping are not available for this item. Additionally, this product cannot be shipped to Canada, Hawaii, Alaska, Catalina Island, Puerto Rico, APO, FPO or international addresses. Thanks for your understanding.
Reviewed by 1 customer
Displaying review 1
Comments about Downeast WHITE LIGHTNING Self-Cleaning Wax Lubricant, 4 oz.:
I've been using white lightning for a few years on the family bikes. The bike in the family that gets used most is mine. An application of this lubricant does make cycling smoother, and it seems to last a while.
The lubricant seems to be some wax in a fluid. The recommendation is that you lubricate and let it dry. When it dries the wax is left behind.
I've been attracted to the concept that this is "self cleaning" - though after spending a couple of hours trying to clean my gears today I am not sure what that means. The theory with this lube is that it "sheds itself and with it, dirt and grime to prevent abrasive wear"
I'm not sure exactly how in theory this is supposed to "shed" dirt away, but in practice the dirt and waxy gum does not fall off magically, but instead accumulates all over the gears and derailleur. I spent a few hours trying to get it off - it doesn't dissolve with conventional detergents, so I went through two cans of solvent to remove the black gummy mess. An aspect of the accumulation on the derailleur is that it was infused with lots of hair that had gotten picked up.
- Cycling Style:
- Comfort Oriented
- Was this a gift?: