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Extends chain life and cleans the chain on the bike.
Top Features of the Park Tools CM5.2 Cyclone Chain Cleaner
- Works on any chain
- Durable nylon construction
- Replaceable brushes and sponge
- Hundreds of bristles to clean chain
- Magnetic pad to collect metal particles
- Made in USA
About Bike Cleaner
Keeping your bike clean can be an issue in the wet winter months, so at Wiggle we keep a large range of products specifically designed to make the job as easy as possible. We stock a large range of bike specific cleaning brushes that are designed for getting into the small spaces and even into the cassette, we also carry a range of chain cleaners meaning you do not need to remove the chain to clean it. You will also find a range of citrus degreasers and bike specific cleaning fluids which will help remove dirt without the need to strip the bike down. And once it's all clean we also do a range of lubricants to make sure it keeps moving on your next ride.
About the Park Tools brand
Park Tool has been manufacturing bicycle specific tools since 1963. Based out of St. Paul Minnesota, they are the world's largest bicycle tool manufacturer. A long-term dedication to quality and innovation, Park Tool is the first choice of professional and home bicycle mechanics around the world. Their vision is shaped by more than 40 years of experience in the bicycle industry, beginning with retail stores. There they learned first hand the changing needs of quality bicycle repair and maintenance.
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Try using Citrus Desgreaser for the best results, thats what I use and its great.
Just wondering if I have to buy the cleaner on top of this
Whats the best way to clean the tool after use?
I usually give it a good rinse with hot water, but clearly that's not going to do much. Should I soak it in something?
I use the Juice lubes dirt juice and don't have any issues with clogging.
That's what I do and they still do their job.
Though it does depend on what conditions you are riding in... If it is wet and a lot of dirt gets thrown into the chain then I would do more often...
Also I would recommend wiping off most of the grease from your chain with a rag prior to using the cleaner... Which will make it last longer and also easier to clean.
I reverted to this method a couple of months ago and it saves a load of mess and is quicker. I try and do it every time I ride my bike which is only a couple of times a week but it means I keep on top of the grime and stops too much chain wear.
Which cleaner on this website is recommended for this tool???
I use Eco-Sol which is a strong citrus (orange juice) based degreaser.
My mate has used paraffin at a pinch with good results but there are obvious risks when using highly flammable liquids.
The only problem could occur if the chain is very narrow - some of the brushes actually enter inside the links
If in doubt, ask Park Tools!
I have used it on both track/fixie/bmx chains and narrow road chains.
I don't think the motorbikes' will though :0)
I have also had bristles pull out - mine has now stopped, I have used it 8 times now. I also raised the Q about bristles - my advice is use it to death, as it actually works & if you wear the bristles out (pull them out...) ask park if there is a replacement set - my guess is there will be. On getting the bristles out (which are not too many..) just use your long nosed pliers. In short, I don't think it has anything to do with the chain type, I get the odd bristle on any type of chain I have cleaned
hope this helps?
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