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Naturally enhance your bicycle's performance with this all-weather multi-purpose chain lube. Whether on an epic road ride or plugging through mud, it will keep your chain whirring and purring. Made in New Zealand from lanolin, Biomaxa is 100% biodegradable and kind on our environment. No sheep jokes permitted.
If your drivetrain is dirty, the muck will mix with the lube and set into a nasty wax that is extremely difficult to remove. Dirt in the drivetrain increases wear and it won't run as smoothly as a well cleaned, well lubed setup.
Apply the night before so the oil penetrates the links and sets into a waxy state.
Lanolin is a wax which is extracted from shorn sheep’s wool in a process called scouring. Its natural qualities are ideal for lubrication, water repulsion, and it penetrates easily into the chain providing long lasting performance.
The multi-purpose cap design combines a precision nozzle with a chain guide cap. Wastage is minimised, giving you more value for money. The flat bottle’s compact size means it can easily be carried conveniently in a backpack pocket.
Biomaxa is New Zealand made. All Lanolin used in this product is sourced from NZ by local wool scouring companies. Not only is the product inside biodegradable, sustainable and naturally sourced, every part of the bottle can also be recycled.
Biomaxa is predominantly lanolin but contains some plant and mineral oil additives to make it suitable for mechanical lubrication purposes. Normal contact is not harmful, but prolonged skin contact may cause irritation. Wash with soap and water.
The lanolin formulation is safe on all materials including carbon. Biomaxa won't attack or degrade any of your bike parts.
The first thing to say is that the chain guide top on the container is very useful - it's a great idea. (Perhaps the container should be refillable so that it can be used into the future). The lubricant flowed more freely whern it was at (inside) room temperature (rather than the Winter on-garage temperature. Judging by the lack of noise from the chain, the lubricant did seem to do its job well. However - I don't have the expertise to say whether the lubricant flowed to all the places it needed to, nor whether it reduces chain wear in the long term.