WD-40 Bike Frame Protectant 8 ounce Bottle
WD-40 has been a long trusted name in the lubricant market. WD-40 has been getting bolts lose and bearings lubed for decades. Back then, WD-40 was your friend and enemy rolled into one. This was due to the fact that WD-40 is super wet and in addition to loosening and lubricating whatever it is you are using, it also attracts dirt and grime. This is no more! That’s because WD-40 has launched WD-40 bike. The bicycle specific line of lubricants and products is aimed directly at us cyclists. This is great news for all of us!
Protecting your bike is a must. We toil over or components and work hard for what we have. It would only make complete sense to invest in a frame protectant that not only keep the integrity of the structure but also restores the finish! Even on carbon!
- Protects treated areas but preventing the build up of dirt and grime
- Restores Scratched Areas
- Bring life back to your finish -- restores the luster and look of clearn coats, carbon, and other finishes
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