SMOOVE PREP has arrived!
SMOOVE™ Universal Chain Lube now has a partner – SMOOVE™ PREP Chain Cleaner. You asked and we listened, now, after months of behind the scenes testing and development, we are proud to announce the launch of SMOOVE™ PREP. Think of SMOOVE™ PREP as the conditioner to your shampoo, the milk in your coffee, the seat on your seat post… ok, you get the idea!
We developed SMOOVE™ Universal Chain Lube to be the longest lasting chain lubricant available – and it is – but every now and then, your drivetrain needs some proper cleaning and this is where SMOOVE™ PREP comes in. SMOOVE™ PREP was developed with special “stuff” (read: lots of technical polymer science stuff) that is specifically formulated to clean, dissolve and neutralize SMOOVE™ Universal Chain Lube in just two easy steps. (The fresh natural citrus smell is part of the magic ‘active ingredients’ – our secret!)
6 SIMPLE STEPS TO A SMOOVE RIDE.
Step 1 > Apply SMOOVE to a clean dry chain.
Step 2 > Apply on the inside of the chain while turning the pedals to ensure that the lube gets worked into the chain.
Step 3 > Let the lube dry for at least an hour.
Step 4 > Best results are achieved if lube is applied the night before.
Step 5 > Do not wipe chain after application.
Step 6 > Too much lube will cause residue to accumulate around the derailleur pulley wheels and cassette.
For the past couple of weeks, I have been using this product. I can only say good things about it, I can use it worries free and no matter what kind of weather or terrain, it won’t grab dirt to my drive train and when I need to wash my bike everything comes off easily. For that, I need to show you my joy of using such a great product. I am already recommending it to all my friends.
Switzerland is full of the stuff!! It even works in snowy conditions…
Best lube out there by far!
This stuff is better than Frank’s Red Hot and I put that sh*t on everything!
If you are looking for a lube that’s going to go the distance and keep your drive train quiet and lasting longer, Smoove is the way to go, no questions asked.
I used Smoove in all races and conditions this year. The major test came at the Cape Epic, 8 days in some of the harshest conditions, even 1 properly muddy day. Almost 400 hours and 11000km since January.