Finish Line Multi-Degreaser - 20 oz. Can

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Finish Line Multi-Degreaser - 20 oz. Can -

This second generation, environmentally friendly 20 oz. degreaser dissolves oil and grease gunk and frees sticky, gummed up parts without damaging seals.

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.

Traction and Grip:

  • Approved for use on Grip Shift®, including Polycarbonate X-Ray™ models; will not affect Shimano® seals even when soaked in a tank


  • Fully biodegradable; exceeds all V.O.C. and California CARB regulations; contains no citrus, glycol ether, alcohol distillates, phosphates or water
  • 20 oz. can for multiple uses; dilute with up to 20 parts water for added economy
  • Less aggressive than citrus degreasers, easily cleans delicate components; will not attack elastomers, rubber seals, o-rings or plastic components
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Finish Line Multi-Degreaser - 20 oz. Can Review:


what I use when I'm not using Speed Clea

A while ago I wrote a review of Speed Clean in which I basically described it as the best degreaser for bikes, but I forgot about this stuff. Speed Clean only comes in a spray can and dries really fast, which is great for almost everything, except for when I want to take a part off my bike and soak it, like when I’m rebuilding my hubs. For that I use Multi, which comes in a pour can and doesn’t evaporate right away. I like it better than citrus-based degreasers because it doesn’t attack rubber and plastic, so I don’t have to worry about damaging parts like seals, or damaging the finish on my frame. And as far as I can tell, it’s just as strong as any citrus degreaser that I’ve tried. I can usually drop a part in a can filled with Multi, shake it around, and then just wipe it dry, and the dirt comes right off, even if it’s kind of ground in. In fact, I usually dilute the degreaser to stretch it, also when I use it to clean the floor where I work on my bikes. A wonderful all-purpose cleaner that lasts for a really long time. A great value.
un jour sans at REI on 11/11/2008