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REVIEW DATE: 21 Jul, 2013

Morgan Blue - Team Movistar -

Ever wondered what puts the gloss on those shiny Pinarello Dogma's for all of the 21 stages of le Tour? Belgian Lubricant and protection company Morgan Blue have developed a special static free carbon polish that repels dirt and dust and keeps out water making the job of the pro mechanic easier on a daily basis and produces a showroom effect. The treated surface becomes protected by a film that also prevents tar and debris blemishes

PROPERTIES AND ADVANTAGES

* Does not contain chalk, does not scratch.

* Makes paint and chrome shine.

* The antistatic property protects from dust, dirt and mud.

* Protects from corrosion and oxidation.

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The team mechanics holy grail Morgan Blue Carbon Polish

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