Or how much is burned getting it here. Ernesto-lube is at least made in the states.lidarman said:I hope it's as good as it claims. Otherwise, going green with lube is penny wise.
I also wonder how much "oil" energy is used to produce this stuff from plant extracts. Extraction usually takes power and chemicals.
I would like to see the patent.
Plant oils. But even they need to be distilled to get the oil and that requires heat, which requires some sort of fuel. That can be wood from a managed forest or electricity generated from renewable form (wind/sun), which would be better than burning the wood.lidarman said:It's probably just a blend of essential oils.
Huh? I haven't created anything or sold anything and believe me I wouldn't think of offering anything I create (that's not free) in this forum (all 23 readers).BlueMountain said:The amt of chainlube lube I use is miniscule. It isn't worth it when Rock Lube and some others work so incredibly well. I think you will find a very limited market for this and ridiculously limited in biking applications. Good luck with all this. Please don't inundate this forum with ads since that will only lead to your already low popularity level reaching news lows. Nobody has control over that but you.