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Old 03-25-20, 09:22 AM
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Originally Posted by ScotJ14 View Post
I have added one step to Oz Cycling method, I yank my cassette, put it into a bowl, and pour boiling water onto it. I then use the rest of the boiling water on chain. While the chain is getting the wax treatment, I wipe down the cassette. My cassette has never been cleaner... I have done the same with chain rings, by putting them in a pie pan, using the boiling water, and they come out pretty darn clean. My drive-train is ready to go, long before the chain is done cooking.
Once your drive train is ''wax ready'', hot water should suffice to clean it completely. It's always a good thing to remove your cassette every once in a while (I do it 1x per year) to perform an in depth cleaning. Otherwise, I clean it using a brush & hot water.

On another note, I still haven't received my PTFE ordered on amazon on January 22, 2020...it's crazy!

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