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Bart ApanaBart Apana Posts: 2
edited August 2010 in MTB beginners
What is the difference between dry lube and wet lube?j

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  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 79,692
    One is dry, the other is wet.
    Erm, that's pretty much the gist of it, believe it or not.

    Dry lube dreis once it's applied to form a protective layer, wet lube doesn't.
  • mak3mmak3m Posts: 1,469
    wet lube would be my reccomendation, its good allround lube for most conditions you get in the uk
  • Except dusty conditions - wet lube attracts dust like flies to poopoo, forming a nice abrasive paste on your drive train. But dry lube washes off really quickly when it's wet... Horses for courses!
  • FunBusFunBus Posts: 404
    the descriptions also describe the conditions they are intended for:

    Wet = wet weather/conditions
    Dry = dry weather/conditions

    .....simples!
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