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XCP GREEN ONE - High Performance Bio-Based Multi Purpose Spray 500ml Trigger Bottle
- Cleans & Protects, Lubricates, Loosens and Displaces Moisture.
- Made from Bio-Based ingredients: Renewable, Sustainable, Biodegradable. Better.
- More effective than WD-40!
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THINGS HAVE MOVED ON FROM THE 1950's Made from Bio-based ingredients, XCP GREEN ONE is renewable, sustainable and bio-degradable. Oh yes...and it's much better! XCP GREEN ONE does everything WD-40 does, only much more effectively. LOOSENS, LUBRICATES, CLEANS & PROTECTS, DISPLACES MOISTURE It will loosen seized parts twice as easily compared to WD-40, and lubricate twice as well. It will also clean, protect and displace moisture. You can also see it being used by Master Mechanic Fuzz Townshend on the very popular Car S.O.S. on National Geographic Channel! USE IT ON: Nuts, bolts, screws, valves, chains, bearings, couplings, levers, locks, hinges, cables, pulleys, winches, pedal crank arms, derailleur assemblies, gear mechanisms, and many more! Learn more at www.xcp-protection.com
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Top Customer Reviews
I find it does have a smell - a faint one of vegetable oil! Not surprising and certainly less strong than competitors. Without researching it it is hard to know but one would imagine this is environmentally preferable to oil based lubricants, in terms of the source being renewable, at the very least.
So far I have used it for:
1) easing door hinges
2) removing bitumen based (black) marks on a white t-shirt. Absolutely no mark left.
3) 'drying off' an electric switch after a boiler leak.
4) removing residue of price label glue on presents.
AND there is NO SMELL unlike the 'market leader'.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this product is top class every bit as good as wd40 without the smellPublished on 6 April 2015 by matthew mackie