Thanks to its chill effect and penetrating oil combo, it appears to work much quicker than penetrating oil alone, and of course doesn’t carry the risk of a heat gun.
Works better than just oil based penetrating sprays
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Rusted and corroded bike parts can be a pain to get shifted.
From the seatpost that’s stuck in the frame or bottom brackets cups that have seen one season too many, getting them shifted can be laborious work.
We had a couple of trouble maker parts to give the Chill Zone a work out on, and found that it’s remarkably good stuff.
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