Green Oil Chain LubeMuhammad Habshi
Importance of Green Oil Chain Lube
One of your bicycle’s hardest working parts is the chain. Even while pedaling at a regular
cadence, the chain’s interaction with the other drivetrain parts results in a significant amount of
metal-on-metal contact every single time you pedal.
Green oil chain lube
You are a wet lube in any weather.
● Prevents rust
Why is it vital to use green oil chain lube?
By facilitating the chain’s interaction with the cassette sprockets and chainrings, a good chain
lube can maintain proper shifting performance. It also helps to prevent corrosion and reduces
friction and drivetrain wear.
An over-lubricated chain will collect dirt and grit, which will increase friction and drivetrain wear
in the same way that an under-lubricated chain increases friction by allowing excessive
metal-on-metal contact. The secret is to get it just right.
Finding the best chain oil isn’t always simple because there are so many manufacturers selling
a variety of different sorts of lubricants and formulas that you are spoiled for choice.
The first biodegradable bike chain lube in the nation, if not the entire world, Green Oil chain lube
was created in 2007. It has received numerous honors from both the cycling industry and
environmentalists, and it can extend the chain’s life by more than 100 miles per application
(depending on the circumstances).
● Green Oil includes a snap cap’ that is simple to use. Simply twist and remove them all at
once. Its wonderful long nozzle makes it simple to access confined spaces.
● N-Toc, a unique refined plant extract, has been added to Green Oil chain lube to boost
durability and extend the time between applications.
● Other lubrication applications for Green Oil include cables, brake leavers, bike locks, and
other lubrication. It is adaptable.
The bold assertion that one application of Green Oil lasts 125 miles or more is what stands out
the most. Even in the summer, rural roads can be really difficult on drivetrains, and none of the
wet, dry, ceramic, or wax lubes I’ve used have ever come close to that mileage. Not at all,
especially in the winter, when rides frequently end with bikes that look like they have been
hijacked from a cyclocross race.
- Green Oil Chain Lube.pdf