Quick and easy process of cleaning Bison-1, the forearm strength exerciser, presented by Vasiliy Fomichev, Bison Strength Equipment, LLC.
Release both lock-nuts, if necessary, and take off the side tightening rights by untwisting them
Take out the metal block
Take out the plugs and ball joints by pushing handles through the tightening rings on both dismounted sides
Wipe the surfaces participating in friction: the ball joint and the plug with dry and clean cloth, napkin, or paper towel
Put the handles back through the tightening rings, put the plug, and the metal block on top
Twist the tightening rings back on the center core piece
The only time when you want to take Bison-1 apart is when you start hearing squeaking noise during the exercises or about once every other month for regular maintenance during active use. The squeaking sound is generally due to an invisible thin layer of moisture that usually builds up due to humidity of the workout environment or sweaty palms being held close to the ball joints. Since moisture is the reason for squeaking, make sure to only use dry and clean cloth, napkins, or paper towels that you do not mind to get dirty. As the shown in the video, the leaning process is very quick and painless. Please refer to the discussion board if you have additional questions about Bison-1 cleaning.