CeramicspeedUFO Drip - New Formula
This new and improved formula of the CeramicSpeed UFO Drip Chain Coating is even faster and longer-lasting than the first formula.
The chain coating is developed to support all disciplines and is based on a non-toxic, non-flammable, and biodegradable formula.
180ml / 6oz bottle contents
300 km. per coating
Up to 35 coatings per bottle
Over 15% faster than previous formula
Increased temperature stability - apply between 5-35oC / 41-95oF
What temperature can I apply UFO Drip?
5-35 °C / 41 - 95 degrees Fahrenheit
What temperature is safe to store UFO Drip?
5-30 °C / 41 - 86 degrees Fahrenheit
Storage is stated 10-30°C on the bottle. Can it go lower or higher?
Stress tests below 5°C and above 35°C have been performed. At these temperatures, the viscosity can become quite thick and it becomes necessary to shake well to make the UFO Drip flow again. The first cm may still be thicker and this is OK to apply to the chain as the functionallity is still present. In extreme cases it may be necessary to clear the cap with a needle.
Why do you recommend to wait overnight after appling UFO Drip? How long do I need to wait?
The wax particles in the lube work best when they are dry and merged together as a solid wax . In the bottle the particles are dissolved in water and the water needs to evaporate before the wax particles can merge together as a solid wax coating. Additionally, allowing the wax to fully dry prevents dirt, grime, or road dust to contaminate the wax or create a dirty chain.
What is the clicking sound inside the bottle when shaking?
UFO Drip is unique as it is made initially with dry wax powder in order to achieve the least friction of all lubes. If not disturbed for many days, or after big temperature variations, the viscosity will be thicker. To efficiently reconstitute the formula, a bolt is included inside the bottle, ensuring even mixing and returning UFO Drip to a liquid/thinner viscosity.
The first cm UFO Drip out of the cap is thick?
If not disturbed for many days, or after big temperature variations, a small amount of wax can congeal in the nozzle. This is normal and OK to apply onto the chain where it will disperse across the links.