Usage: Add 1-2 drops of Reagent A to a clean, dry cube that has been cleaned of previous lubricants. Be careful not to add too much, as the initial lubricity of Reagent A differs significantly from the final feel. Adding too much will result in an excessively slow cube. Make many turns to ensure that Reagent A has spread to all interior surfaces of the puzzle. This takes about 2 solves.
Then add 2-3 drops of reagent B and quickly start turning the puzzle to allow for a thorough reaction between the two reagents.
After this, the cube might either feel too fast or too slow. If it is too fast, it is recommended to use a heavier silicone based lubricant to slow down the speed of the puzzle. If the puzzle has become too slow, we recommend cleaning the puzzle and adding less reagent A next time.
NOTE:Some puzzles respond better to Celeritas than others. For use in big cubes, we recommend using less reagent A and more reagent B.