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Muc-Off C3 Dry Ceramic Lube - 120ml. Specifically created to combat corrosion, rust and friction, Muc-Off's C3 Dry Ceramic Lube provides unparalleled protection under the toughest of pressures and conditions. A fantastically efficient and penetrative lube, C3 is the perfect all-round dry chain lube Innovative and Protective Dry Chain Lube. With eliminating metal-to-metal contact at its core, the C3 Dry Ceramic Lube uses its mix of nano ceramic particles and synthetic polymers to give higher and better power output from your chain than any of its competitors. Where most lubes will boast about their penetrative qualities, C3 physically shows you theirs, providing a UV torch with every bottle that lets you see 100% of the coating that you apply to your chain, thanks to the formula's in-built 'tracer'. Free from petroleum and biodegradable, this highly protective coating is suited to all Road, Cyclocross, MTB and Track racing bikes and does all it can to increase the longevity and performance of your chain Features: Advanced chain oil Nano Ceramic additives provide ultra-low friction for unparalleled lubrication Non-dust attracting and eco-friendly Integral UV tracer dye aids accurate application + included UV Torch shows complete coverage Ideal for Road, Cyclocross, MTB and Track racingSteps for Use: Step 1: Fully de-grease and dry chain. Step 2: Shake bottle vigorously and apply lube ensuring every part of the chain is treated. Ideally apply 3-4 hours before your ride. Step 3: Wipe off excess with a cloth. Avoid contact with brakes. Step 4: Store in a cool dry place. *For a UV Torch application guide please go to www.muc-off com/dryc3. Warning: Avoid any direct eye contact if using the UV Application Torch *Buy Muc-Off Accessories from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World's Largest Online Bike Store. - 120ml - Unisex - Adult
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