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    Pennsylvania Kickstarter for new type of chain lube!

    Hi, fellow Pennsylvanians!

    I'm Sam, and I'm the founder of a small chain lube company based in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania by the name of Eco Sheep. We make eco-friendly chain lubes for bikes.

    We've been selling our lanolin-oil chain lubes for a year now, and have developed a water-washable chain lube called AquaSheep. It doesn't require anything but water from a hose or your sink to remove it, so getting it off your bike is easy. It's rain and puddle resistant, so it's no problem if you get caught in the rain or hit puddles or mud. You can clean your entire drivetrain in under 30 seconds. No more chain cleaning tools or toothbrushes. It pays for itself because you don't need a degreaser.

    It's a great new chain lube from an Pennsylvania company that makes maintaining our bikes really easy, gets us away from petroleum, and makes our bikes Greener.

    If you have a moment, could you check out our Kickstarter? The Url is http://kck.st/2rfrc3a

    All my best and happy riding,

    Sam

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    Interesting...I'll give it a go.
    Bikes, lots'o bikes

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    Awesome idea and very intriguing. Curious how it is rain resistant, but washes off with a hose or bucket. Best of luck with the business.

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    Thank you eness215. It takes a little pressure from the hose to remove it. When riding in rain, water doesn't really hit the chain hard enough because it's at an angle.

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    Josh, thanks again for your pledge. I really appreciate it.

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