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Topic: Please Help! : Wd-40 Bike

Posted on: 21st Nov 2013 3:30 AM    Quote and Reply


Used WD40 for chain cleaning and 1 short race chain lubricant. Now switched to cheaper brands.

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Posted on: 21st Nov 2013 7:42 AM    Quote and Reply


Let me know when you start phase 2. I'll test the dry lube. 

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Posted on: 21st Nov 2013 11:32 AM    Quote and Reply


I have yet to purchase the WD40 for bicycle. But does it still smell as bad? I prefer GT85 for the nice smell.


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Posted on: 21st Nov 2013 11:34 AM    Quote and Reply


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"Formerly posted by amigo88: You get better response if samples were given"

Yup this is just phrase 1 of the research, once we get positive results, will carry out phrase 2 which is samples and product testing.  "



would appreciate if got chain lube samples to try out. lol.  

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Posted on: 21st Nov 2013 3:15 PM    Quote and Reply


Sure guys, will keep u guys updated as well. 

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Posted on: 21st Nov 2013 3:17 PM    Quote and Reply


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"Formerly posted by MP3juz4u: I have yet to purchase the WD40 for bicycle. But does it still smell as bad? I prefer GT85 for the nice smell."


In regards to this I have no idea at the moment, but will definitely feedback to HQ on this issue. Hopefully the issue does not persist anymore 

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Posted on: 21st Nov 2013 3:18 PM    Quote and Reply


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"Formerly posted by rbc1891: Used WD40 for chain cleaning and 1 short race chain lubricant. Now switched to cheaper brands."

Oh did you import in yourself? Just curious haha 

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Posted on: 21st Nov 2013 4:25 PM    Quote and Reply


I use WD40 non-bike as degreaser for bike.

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Posted on: 21st Nov 2013 11:07 PM    Quote and Reply


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"Formerly posted by nolight: I use WD40 non-bike as degreaser for bike."

I not sure if i recommend that but if its working then should be alright 

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Posted on: 21st Nov 2013 11:11 PM    Quote and Reply


Went to Chinatown Bike terminal today but didnt managed to get hold of the boss. Apparently they did parallel import for the products. Pricing for the items were all quite expensive except for the lube which were priced reasonably at $15. 

The normal WD-40 which comes in the lube containment is priced at $15 for 4oz, which is too expensive. Normal wd-40 is priced at $6.30 for 3 oz and $6.90 for 191ml.

The rest of the cleaning of the items are priced at $25 which inclue degreaser, foam wash and frame protectant.

I expect price to be lowered once we bring it in to the market.

Good news is, I'm 80% sure it will appear in the Singapore market.

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