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Julie Adams , Yes Julie inline skates do use a lubricant in the bearing of the wheels and that will be the lubricant/oil that has leached out over the long storage period. If the oil has been reacting to the plastic's of the wheel making them hard/brittle or too soft the wheels will need replaced. Dish soap and warm water or rubbing alcohol on a cloth should be able to get the residue off the wheels so you can inspect them. You will have to be the judge on the condition of the wheel if the material chips easily or cracks. Now as far as cleaning and re lubricating the bearings, unless you are playing a professional sport and depend on the roller blades for a living, a simple disassembly, cleaning and lube as shown in the video's below will serve the purpose using low cost materials. Larger sporting goods stores should be able to help with replacement wheels if needed. Good luck.
Julie Adams , Yes Julie inline skates do use a lubricant in the bearing of the wheels and that will be the lubricant/oil that has leached out over the long storage period. If the oil has been reacting to the plastic's of the wheel making them hard/brittle or too soft the wheels will need replaced. Dish soap and warm water or rubbing alcohol on a cloth should be able to get the residue off the wheels so you can inspect them. You will have to be the judge on the condition of the wheel if the material chips easily or cracks. Now as far as cleaning and re lubricating the bearings, unless you are playing a professional sport and depend on the roller blades for a living, a simple disassembly, cleaning and lube as shown in the video's below will serve the purpose using low cost materials. Larger sporting goods stores should be able to help with replacement wheels if needed. Good luck.
 
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5aFOVREhrwM
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cK0zYCKRtI

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Original post by: L Pfaff ,

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Julie Adams , Yes Julie inline skates do use a lubricant in the bearing of the wheels and that will be the lubricant/oil that has leached out over the long storage period.  If the oil has been reacting to the plastic's of the wheel making them hard/brittle or too soft the wheels will need replaced. Dish soap and warm water or rubbing alcohol on a cloth should be able to get the residue off the wheels so you can inspect them. You will have to be the judge on the condition of the wheel if the material chips easily or cracks. Now as far as cleaning and re lubricating the bearings, unless you are playing a professional sport and depend on the roller blades for a living, a simple disassembly, cleaning and lube as shown in the video's below will serve the purpose using low cost materials. Good luck.

I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5aFOVREhrwM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cK0zYCKRtI

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