Finish Line Citrus Degreaser - 20 oz.

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Finish Line Citrus Degreaser - 20 oz. -

This is the industry's original orange-peel-based cleaner that has set the standard since 1988.

Flammable item - must be sent via surface (ground) shipping. Sorry, no air shipping. Can not be sent to Alaska, Hawaii, APO, FPO or international addresses.

Made in USA.


  • 100% active, contains no water
  • Parts clean up fast and then rinse residue-free with water
  • Degreaser cuts through the toughest of carbonized grit, grease and grime
  • Has low surface tension for thorough penetration into all areas
  • Biodegradable and non-toxic Top 25 Category Product
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Finish Line Citrus Degreaser - 20 oz. Reviews:


Amazing degreaser

I use this in my Park chain cleaner and it makes the job really easy. No scrubbing, no leftover oily residue. Re-lubing your chain is mandatory or it will be very dry and squeaky on the next ride because ALL oil is gone. Similarly, if you get it into your derailleur pulleys the cleaner does such a great job of breaking down the grease that the bushings will dry out and rust in very short order. Be sure to rinse out the pulleys and re-lube or just take them apart and do the job right. Oh...I also used this once to remove chain grime from my car seat...the result was perfect!! No faded spot, no stain.
Tweezak at REI on 05/05/2011

Great degreaser

Excellent cleaner for grimy drive train components. Dilute with water to about 4:1- 5:1 and let your chain soak for a half hour. Spray it on your chain rings/cassette then wipe off. One can goes a long way.
ElNrubsO at REI on 05/05/2010