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GT85 Lubricant 400ml: £1.00 at B&M

£1.00 @ B&M Retail
Down from £2.49. Worth seeing if your store has some when you go past. Read More
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#1
The best stuff for cycles. Don't even compare to WD40.
1 Like #2
Great find op,top class lube, smells nice too, heat added :)
1 Like #3
Great for spraying all over motorcross/mountain bike after wash to displace water and help protect during dry storage.
Nice find Op I go through tins of the stuff.
4 Likes #4
sradmad
Great find op,top class lube, smells nice too, heat added :)
Really !!!!oO
6 Likes #5
Yep must agree, menopausal women dry as gandi's flip flops!
#6
A must have for any cyclist... Great find!
2 Likes #7
steve543
sradmad
Great find op,top class lube, smells nice too, heat added :)
Really !!!!oO
Informative reply ? oO
2 Likes #8
Good stuff for locks as well. WD40 might work initially but as it dries it attracts the dirt. GT85 doesn't attract dirt anywhere near as much. I use it on the locks and hinges of upvc doors and windows and inside the lock barrels as well.
6 Likes #9
Overheard my friend saying she wanted some lubricant for valentines day. This is perfect thanks.
#10
amygreen79677
Overheard my friend saying she wanted some lubricant for valentines day. This is perfect thanks.

Cheap Date ....... Literally ;)
#11
Is this just lubricant or does it have contact cleaning properties. I've been told before that WD40 is carp, but never used GT85.
#12
cossiecraig
Great for spraying all over motorcross/mountain bike after wash to displace water and help protect during dry storage.
Nice find Op I go through tins of the stuff.


is there any other kind of storage? do people store their bikes in tubs of water?
1 Like #13
I've only used muc off MO94, how's this compare?
#14
"This all round, quality maintenance spray is great for penetrating and loosening stuck parts."

Do you have to use it with cycles?
#15
thanks
#16
BigTimeDealer
"This all round, quality maintenance spray is great for penetrating and loosening stuck parts."

Do you have to use it with cycles?


Yes, it's the law.
#17
Will this work for sexings?
1 Like #18
cossiecraig
Great for spraying all over motorcross/mountain bike after wash to displace water and help protect during dry storage.
Nice find Op I go through tins of the stuff.


Would you recommend just using this for chain lube to or stick to dedicated stuff I use, forget what it is again, but it's not a quid that's for sure
#19
Safe on circuit boards and metal contacts?
#20
xdaminis
The best stuff for cycles. Don't even compare to WD40.

I find WD40 is better than GT85 for moisture protection. I've sprayed barn full of bikes and parts with both.
ACF-50 is a lot better still, when I can afford it.

For penetration and lube, much cheaper (than RRP) to make your own with White spirit and oil(have to be careful not to trap moisture with that mix) , this is a bargain though, will use as a cleaner/degreaser at this price.


Edited By: Gold Feet on Jan 16, 2017 01:24: b
#21
amygreen79677
Overheard my friend saying she wanted some lubricant for valentines day. This is perfect thanks.

The things you women must talk about oO;)
#22
£1? It's cheaper to go in dry.
1 Like #23
Derek_Duval
I've only used muc off MO94, how's this compare?

very similiar, both 'ptfe' water displacement lubricants, i use both, for the same things, namely spraying chain and cassette, derailluer and any visible bolt or screw and gaps in the shifter and brake levers.
as mo94 its no good for lubing the chain (although good for spraying on after washing to prevent rust, if you can't be bothered or too cold to do the chain lube properly.).
both are excellent and all by nuts/bolts are looking like new after years of mud and wet.

the only real difference is
the mo94 smells nicer and has a purple tint to it, gt85 does not..

ps. its £1.90 at halfords C&C, the guy on the till put them through as £4 a piece in store, i soon corrected him.


gogboy
cossiecraig
Great for spraying all over motorcross/mountain bike after wash to displace water and help protect during dry storage.
Nice find Op I go through tins of the stuff.

Would you recommend just using this for chain lube to or stick to dedicated stuff I use, forget what it is again, but it's not a quid that's for sure
stick to chain lube, this ain't good enough lube for chains imho.
i find rock n roll extreme blue is the best chain lube for my needs (mainly very muddy/wet mtb's, sandgrit, moorland peat, loam and everything else in between ), cleans at the same time..
http://www.ribblecycles.co.uk/rock-n-roll-extreme-lube/


Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Jan 16, 2017 08:42
#24
xdaminis
The best stuff for cycles. Don't even compare to WD40.
Thats why WD40 makes GT85 and calls it something different......
#25
gogboy
cossiecraig
Great for spraying all over motorcross/mountain bike after wash to displace water and help protect during dry storage.
Nice find Op I go through tins of the stuff.
Would you recommend just using this for chain lube to or stick to dedicated stuff I use, forget what it is again, but it's not a quid that's for sure

This will drive moisture out of the links as WD40 would so not ideal. If you want a cheap chainlube, I used to use chainsaw oil on my *motorcycle* auto-oiler in between intervals of chain wax spray. Any oil that's not so thin that the turning of the cog drives it out will do.

Edited By: Muttley196 on Jan 16, 2017 09:40
#26
heat added, thanks. The price was showing at £2.49 on the shelf but scanned through at £1 :)
#27
WD40 only acquired GT85 two years ago.

Neither are great as chain lubes but gt85 is marginally thicker and has ptfe. You can get a different version of wd40 that had ptfe in it. It's pretty confusing now as there are a range of gt85 and wd40 products for different uses with different contents.

I'd use either for the same water dispersal/light oiling jobs depending on which I got cheapest!

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