EP.110 | Post Murph Clean-up!
Take part in one of Lt. Michael P. Murphy's favorite workouts this Memorial Day Weekend? Great way to show your appreciation for our current and past military.
If you've been a part of this workout, you know how those pull-up bars look afterwards... pretty rough. There's no shortage of chalk, skin and blood... we'll leave it at that.
Here's what you can do to get your pull-up bars clean and back into good shape for the days to come!
It's May 28, 2019. If you reside in a humid climate, rust becomes problem rather quickly... especially on those beloved bare steel pull-up bars. Bare steel is great for maintaining a firm grip, however does not offer any protection against rust/oxidation. On the other hand, powder-coated pull-up bars give you the rust protection, but tend to be more slippery, especially when you begin sweating.
The Easy Fix
-Grab a stiff nylon brush
-Apply a thin coating of our Bar Shield Lubricant
-Work in the lubricant with the brush
-Wipe 'er down!
The thin coating of our lubricant will serve as a protect barrier against rust. Easy peasy. A little goes a long way!