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Muc-Off C3 Ceramic Wet Lube

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The secret to Muc-Off’s C3 Ceramic Wet Chain Lube is its unique ceramic coating that provides incredible durability and long distance performance on all bicycle chains. The innovative formula that goes into this oil contains Boron Nitride and Fluoro Polymers to ensure ultra low friction for enhanced drive chain efficiency, high performance, and durability. The waterproof qualities of C3 Ceramic Wet Chain Lube ensure excellent drive chain protection and efficiency in the harshest of riding conditions.

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Reviewed 11/28/2019
by Dan
Philadelphia
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Amazing.

Im a former Cat.1 turned daily commuter on mixed terrain and this is by far the best lube Ive ever used. After a wetmuddy ride you simply have to wipe your drivetrain off. Follow the instructions and this wont disappoint.

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Reviewed 2/8/2018
by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Indiana
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Happy.

It is thin enough to easily work into chain. Provides much better weather protection than most lubes but isn't excessively gooey. Approved.

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Reviewed 5/15/2020
by ChainLaw
Cycling Enthusiast
North Bend, WA
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Worst Lube I've Ever Used

This is definitely the worst lube I've ever used, except for the Dry version of the Muc-Off C3, which is just as bad. Maybe it lubricates while it is first applied and still wet, but it rapidly forms a black, abrasive, sticky paste that is nearly impossible to get off a drivetrain. You don't need to be a tribologist to know that a thick gritty paste is not going to effectively lubricate moving parts. It took multiple soakings of automotive brake cleaner to get this gunk off of my drivetrain, bike degreaser could not cut through the paste. I'd suspect corn oil from the grocery store would work better as a chain lubricant.

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