It is important to swing over the area you want to spray, you should start the swing before you pull the Trigger and stop swigging. If you don't do that, there will be an oil build up anywhere you stagnated. Clean and maintain your bike chain with Wet Lubricant,Degreaser,Chain scrubber,Gear brush,cleaning Gloves. RubberDegreaser is made from non-corrosive formula and is safe to use for cleaning cassettes, Chainrings, Pulleys, or any other component that accumulates muck and grime. Dust,Rust and waterproof are included in the performance. Premium base oils are the best for lubrication. Dropper designed a way to control the flow of oil. The chain scrubber works quickly and gets your chain clean with little effort. The gear brush is a curved toothed end that reaches deep between cassette gears. Oil can be used for a lot of things. They have a registered trademark and all legal rights. If you are not happy with your purchase, they will give you a 100% money back guarantee. They will do their best to give you the most satisfactory solution if you tell them.
👤I am a competitive mountain bike racer who needs to make sure my bike is running as good as new for my events. I have used other similar kits but they always wear out after a few uses and were even corrosive to my bikes components. I purchased the Ultrafashs kit in order to have a reliable kit to take with me to my races and make sure my bike is running smooth all year round. The grease was caked onto the cogs because I hadn't cleaned my bike's drivetrain in a while. I was rewarded with a clean, smooth running drivetrain after using the product as intended and wiping it down. The kit worked well on my race bike and held up for months. This product is reliable and will keep you and your bike happy.
👤The chain was cleaned well. It seemed a little out of the box, but at first I was a bit uneasy about the purchase. The chain is clean after a few laps through the box. It took a bit of a learning curve, but it worked out. The brush it came with is soft and almost useless, but it does give some reach to the coggs. The lube is like a lube. The tip is nice. Gloves made me laugh. Unless you have stones stuck in your gears, the serrated claw is almost useless. I wish they would have sent more cleaner. Update the review if it breaks soon, it seems thick and durable. I am happy with it all. I hope dawn will do a good job, it seems like it's only enough for maybe 4 cleanings. It still seems a little odd to me. It only took a few minutes to make an hour or more job. 4 stars.
👤I'm disappointed with the price of the chain cleaner I bought, I wanted a good chain cleaner at a decent price. The tool is not very good. 1. The sponges in the box will not come off. 2. The handle is not thought of as being able to hold it in position while rotating the chain. The degreaser and oil do their job. If you're like me, you keep looking.
👤I'm a bit disappointed. I'm happy with the product, but I don't know how to use it properly. The instructions are printed on the outside of the package, but they put the shopping label over it, which would be fine if there were no instructions on the box. I can't read the directions after trying to lift the label. If they will send me the same instructions that are on the outside of the box, I will be happy to change this to a 5 star.
👤It works as advertised. The chain has built up a lot of grunge. My bikes are so clean you could eat off them. There are 2 things to note. Purchase a large bottle of degreaser. 2. Don't eat off the chain, no matter how clean it is.
There is a multi- funtional complete tool. The bike chain kit has a bike master link pliers, bike wear indicator chain checker, chain breaker splitter tool, and 3 pairs missing link connector. It is a perfect match for all your bike chain repairs. There are 36 carefully-chosen tools for a wide variety of bicycle maintenance. The guide to working on bikes is included. A great way to start or add to your collection of bicycle tools. A tray insert and small compartments are in the toolbox. There is a full list of tools.
👤I bought this kit in Summer 2020 after I broke a gear shift cable and couldn't find the right wrench. I decided to buy identifiable tools for bike repairs because I was frustrated by the fact that I didn't know what household tools were for. The kit has met most of my needs, and while I haven't used all the tools to make it a resounding great value, it has saved me the time of buying each individual part when needed. There is a Most parts are easily identifiable with either Park Tool's blue finish or their label, and the tools appear solid and have held up through repeated, although light, use. I noticed chain slippage in my usual bike as well as in a brand new bike that had a clearly-aligned rear derailleur. The local bike shop wasn't able to fix the issue on the new bike correctly after two visits after I bought the DAG-2.2 tool. I adjusted the derailleur on my old bike using the gauge, but then found the chain was worn and I had to use the CC-4 tool. After replacing the chain, slippage was limited to three gears, and I found the necessary tools in the kit to replace the rear cassette. It was easier to reach tight spaces through various adjustments. I'm very happy with the kit. If you own a bike with something other than the ones from Sram/Diore, you should check the Park Tool videos to see if you need to buy a cassette lockring tool or a chain tool. If your bike occasionally falls onto its right side, and you need to replace your disc brake pads, you should consider buying the hydraulic piston press.
👤It isn't a complete set of bike tools. It is very expensive. The Allen wrench is flimsy and could break at any moment. The picks are too small. The box has all the other tools in it. It does not come with break bleed tools. It is not worth the premium price.
👤I enjoy the construction tools. I think that Park is more expensive than it should be, but they are quality tools. The bike repair manual can be very helpful. I will be using these tools on my bike and others for a long time.
👤It seems like a great tool kit for a bike repair beginner like me. It would be great if it came with a Torque wrench. I had hoped the blue book would be helpful. Online videos are helpful to me.
It comes with a head that can drive in both directions and measure Torque in a clockwise direction. Installation components with precision are 2.0 to 20.0Newton Meter Torque range with micro adjustment to 0.1. It helps to ensure that the fitting on your bike is tightened to the correct Torque and that the clamping forces are distributed evenly across the surface. This helps prolong the life of components. It's ideal for use on stems, seat, lever, chain sets, and headsets. Over-tightening bolts can cause expensive damage to your bike. Applying too little Torque can cause bolts to work loose. It is easy to follow the manufacturer's recommended settings with their 1/3-inch drive dual-direction Torque wrench driver. Each hand tool is tested for accuracy before it is shipped. It is easy to use and read. The spring loaded adjustment collar is locked in place at the desired Torque setting, so it won't slip when being used. The scale is easy to read. When the pre-set Torque value is reached, the wrench emits a click that can be heard and felt. The click can be subtle at low settings. The click will be stronger if it's between 5 and 20 Nm. The right tools for the job include: H2, H 2.5, H3, H4, H5, H6, H8, H10 The sockets are T10, T25, T30 and the extension bar is 100mm. The case has a section for storing bolts when using the wrench, as well as a protective molded case to keep the wrench and bits safe. The head measures Torque in clockwise and counter clockwise directions. Release the bit instalments button. Each hand tool is tested for accuracy to the requirements of ISO 6789-2:2017 and DIN EN ISO 6789-1:2017-07, as well as test methods for quality conformance testing. Each set has an individual certificate of calibration. If you have a problem with your purchase, they are happy to give you a Refunds or a Replacement. Each hand tool is tested for accuracy to the requirements of ISO 6789-2:2017 and DIN EN ISO 6789-1:2017-07, as well as test methods for quality conformance testing. Each set has an individual certificate of calibration. If you have a problem with your purchase, they are happy to give you a Refunds or a Replacement.
👤If you are getting this, please learn how to use a Torque wrench. You can't pull on this thing like you would a regular tool. Make sure your bit is seated in the correct place, then slowly pull from the handle until it clicks. If you are not next to a jet engine, you should see it click and hear it. You are more likely to get a bad reading if you yank on the wrench. You should be able to pull the Torque wrench slowly and evenly with one hand. Take care of your tools and it's a great piece at a great price. If you rush it, you'll miss the click at low settings and risk over torquing bolts.
👤The product looks similar to the pro vibe wrench. It is easy to set and use. The purchase was worth it. I received an email from the company explaining how to use the product.
👤Since I did not have a Torque wrench, I am not comparing this to other Torque wrench, but rather to my previous strategy of estimating Torque by the amount of pressure at a given lever length with my right arm. One pound of pressure at one foot of leverage is one pound of pressure at six feet of leverage. The metric system doesn't calibrate itself to feet and pounds, but small bolts get hand pressure, big bolts get arm pressure, and huge bolts get more pressure than body weight with big lever arms. This is a small wrench for hand and arm pressure. When I reach the point where the wrench is set to, there is a "spring-loaded" "click" that occurs. There is a The instructions state that you can learn what to expect by setting the Torque very low, near the bottom of the range, which is easy to exceed with gentle hand pressure. There is a If you haven't used a caliper tool, you may be surprised that the adjustment moves up and down in a screw motion, with the smallest increment marked around the circumference, and the larger increment marked longitudinally. You can dial in the detail by rotating part of a single rotation. There is a In practice, bike bolts are set to major increments. There is a I discovered that some of the bolts on my handlebars were not tightened to the full amount. I was able to adjust this by setting the Torque to 5, feeling the Torque all the way around the set of 4 bolts, then increasing it to 6 and tightening each one a bit further. There is a I am impressed. It is a quality tool, coming with a handwritten certification of calibration so I don't have to re-do it, and I was able to get assurance of even Torque at the proper tightness that neither has unnecessary flex nor results in a stripped bolt. The first bolts I tightened were made of steel in aluminum, not steel in carbon. No point in raising the stakes if you don't need to. There is a I liked the small extension bar and the variety of heads. I keep the Torque wrench dedicated for Torque, and use my other wrenches for everything else, so that the Torque wrench stays in adjustment, as it should.
It's great for use in marine, bicycles, automotive, tools, RV's, and aviation. A synthetic film that is dry andwax-like is used to keep your chain clean. Finish Line's Dry Lube is made with Teflon fluoropolymer, which makes it impervious to rides up to 100 miles. It holds up well in wet conditions, even in dry environments, and is recommended for riding on or off-road. It's a perfect choice for road and off-road cyclists. Dry Lube can be used on a lot of things. Reduces wear on sliding and rolling surfaces and can be applied quickly.
👤I've tried different lubes on my bike. I ride in dry conditions. I tried spray chain wax and it didn't work for me. I've tried Rock & Roll Gold, Finish Line Dry Lube, and ProGold ProLink. There is a The 3 products are okay for lubricating the chain. Rock & Roll Gold wants you to use a lot of their product to saturate the chain. You have to use a lot of Rock & Roll Gold. The Finish Line Dry Lube seems to leave clumps of white material as the bottle gets closer to empty. There is a It seems to me that it lubricates, but it attracts a lot of road dirt to the chain. The chain seems to be left clean over time. It is less messy than the other two because you only apply 1 tiny drop per link. There is a They all seem to attract a fair amount of road dirt, so you have to reapply more often than you would like. I think ProGold ProLink is better at not attracting as much road gunk. There is a Kim.
👤I am not an expert on this. It seems to work well. There is a It is important to use a lint-free cloth to wipe off excess after applying, I didn't learn that until I was a long-distance biker. The excess attracts and holds dust and dirt and debris which is bad for your chain and your cogset. I would have known that right away. When you are getting into a new hobby, the first purchase is often information overload. I would have read it in reviews if I had the chance.
👤I like how this product works and I assume it is lubricating my bike chains. I don't mind spending more for a top rated product because I cycle several hundred miles a week. I used the can a lot in June. The can was only half empty at the end of September. I think it was a problem. I ordered a second can in October. I only used it for two weeks. The same thing happened today. The can is almost full but it won't spray. I was using the red straw attachment on the cans, but neither could spray even after I removed the red straw. The return of the second can was a great experience for Amazon. I wasted more than half of my purchase because the aerosol cans don't work after a while. I think I will use a wet lubricant. Again, Amazon was quick to give me my money back. I don't understand why I have had bad luck with two cans in a row, most of the reviews are positive.
👤This stuff works well. I have been using this on my bike for a couple years and did not appreciate it until I applied it in another application. I bought my wife a Precor elliptical trainer and made a mistake by cleaning the rails that the roller glide on. They started to make noise so loud that you couldn't hear the TV or music. I tried everything you could think of. Nothing lasted more than a few minutes before being squeegeed away with the rubber wheels. I thought I would give it a try when I was tuning my bike. Not a single squeak over 6 months. This is a testament to how well this stuff works.
Universal Fit is the type of fit. Cyclists rely on one product to clean, lubricate and protect, and Boeshield T-9 does it all. Their all-in-one formula Lubricate your bike chain, waterproof cables, and prevent rust. It's safe on paints, metal surfaces, plastic and vinyls. T-9 cleans out dirt and lubricates moving parts. It clings to metal for months. The Boeing company developed lubrication and protection of aircraft components. It's great for use in marine, bicycles, automotive, tools, RV's, and aviation.
👤I used it on my bike. Great stuff. It will get a little dirty, but it won't turn your chain black like some of the heavy oil lubes. I commute by bike almost every day. If it's not set overnight, all the lube will fly off and cause a big mess. It creates a thin layer of oil after it dries. You don't have to apply another coat if you keep it on for a long time. It doesn't gum up with dust and dirt after a while. The key is to allow it to set curfew.
👤If you want to clean a chain quickly, start with a clean chain and use generous amounts of a solvent and some towels to throw away. Put one drop of t9 per link and run the chain through all the gears. After sleeping, wipe down the chain with a towel. Depending on the conditions, your chain is good for up to 100 miles. You won't have much stick to the chain if you wipe away the excess. Excellent product, will buy again.
👤Don't be fooled by bad reviews of the product. It's the best lube on the market. After each ride, I apply it. I apply some of the lube after wiping down my chain, and then call it good. It should be left to dry. It will attract dirt if you apply it and ride immediately. It gives you time to dry it after you apply it. The bike's drivetrain has a lot of moving parts. Would you run your car without oil? Your drivetrain should last much longer if you lightly and often lubricate it. It takes less than a minute.
👤This is my favorite chain lube. I tried many different brands but didn't like this one. It lasts a long time. If I get my chain wet, I always apply it. Even after a couple hundred miles, it performs well. There is a You can't just put the lube on before riding. It will attract dirt and become filthy. You need to follow the instructions. Apply at least two hours before riding your bike. The reason is that the lube needs to dry first and then the thin dry coating protects the chain. I usually clean after I apply. I apply lube to each link. It is easier to clean and more economical to do it this way. There is a The new bottle has a drawbacks. In the past, the nozzle was separate from the cap. The top part of the cap has a new nozzle. Applying to each link became more difficult with the new nozzle. It is possible but not precise. If you want to avoid oil on your fingers, you need to clean the cap.
👤This is the best chain lube I have ever used. I have mostly used chain lubes with occasional ventures into wax based products without much success. I bought a tube of dry lube from England and it worked better than most but the build up on the pulleys and chain was excessive. The most recent one was made by a famous USA company and it was very messy and hard to clean up. The chain doesn't get messy because of the clean lube. Follow the instructions and let it dry before you ride.
Multiple liquid applications have a versatile design. It was blended to meet the demands of today's high performance bicycles and high end components. It's perfect for high end applications, including ceramic bearings and pivots. The temperature range is -20F to 540F. Adherence, water resistance, and lubrication life are all excellent.
👤It's grease when you boil it down. If you went to the auto parts store and bought a nice, tacky, high performance grease, you probably have the same or better product for less money. It's not exactly in a sealed container when you put a large container of grease into a grease gun, and it's not in a sealed container when you put it into a grease gun. I used the extra grease for convenience. I will use my one bike in the next couple years, so I'm not buying 10x more than I need to. It's easy to open. The small tip through which it is given makes it easy to control how much grease you use and where it goes.
👤This is very expensive. It seems similar to other waterproof grease, except it is blue. Maybe it was made by smurfs?
👤It does a good job, but it is more expensive. I greasing the loose ball bearings in my headset, crank, and 2 wheelset with some tube greasing. I like the way the nozzle works. There is a It was worth the extra money to me. I would do it again.
👤It is grease. It is used for bikes. It is a park tool. You pay more for it. It works well. I don't like a lot of things by the park. This is not one of them.
👤It's not cheap, but it does feel better than the standard automotive grease I use. It's easy to apply a thin layer of Park Tool grease on your components by hand, or you can use a pump applicator.
👤I haven't relived any bearings yet. I know that the park is good. I know it will do what it is supposed to when I need it. It will last for years for the home mechanic like myself. I will pay more to be sure of top quality.
👤Park's grease seems to hold up better than Phil's. The grease can run when it's heated.
👤I only use stuff on my bikes. I ride trials, Mtb and road. The grease in my bearings is always clean despite the mud and stupidity. It works on your headsets, bottom brackets, shifter cables, brake, and any bolts, ball bearing hubs, hub bodies if approved by the manufacturer. The chain shock and fork chamber are not available anywhere.
👤If I get lucky, I'll have it ready next to my bed.
👤It is great. It can be a bit stringy when you remove it from a surface, but you have to be careful not to leave small strings of it on nearby surfaces. I have no idea how it works, but it seems to work well. Time will tell how well it protects. There is a It is also blue, which is nice. I think a large tub would be a better idea since I am getting it done quickly.
👤I bought this grease for the renovation of a pair of Campagnolo hubs that needed cleaning and re-greasing. The container is easy to use. The grease is a good consistency, not stringy, and it doesn't smell bad like some others. There is a The wheels are smooth 30 years after they were made. There is a Grease is needed on your bicycle, and it's perfect for seatpost, stem and other parts.
No-WAX FORMULA. Chain life for your bike can be extended with the help of the All Conditions Chain Lube. The formula won't build up inside the chain links or the drivetrain. You can ride in both dry and wet conditions with chains. A squeeze bottler of a wet-style cleaner. Penetrates and cleaning out old lube and contaminants is easy. You're ready to ride when you apply the chain when it's dry or dirty. It's perfect for cyclists and bikes that are put into storage. Commuters and recreational cyclists who want a quick one-step clean and lube formula.
👤I have to say that this stuff works well for me. I did very little scrubbing in the before and after photos I took. When I clean my mountain bike, I don't go for showroom quality. I used a toothbrush and some cleaner to get around the cassette. I used a rag on the chain. After cleaning around the chain, I spray a light coat on it. It is easy to keep track of and only one bottle.
👤I ride about 300 miles a month. I don't believe in a 1-step system when you combine two functions that are different. I usually use a chain scrubber filled with Simple Green liquid degreaser and Rock n Roll lube to finish it off. I decided to try the 1-step cleaner to see if it works. The chain scrubber didn't pick up all the leftover dirt. It acts like a water jet that blasts away all the dirt and debris, leaving the chain like new. I don't think it can match the lubrication of Rock n Roll, but it's pretty darn good if I have to compare it to this item. I followed the instructions and applied a second coat. I'm very happy with this product. I would apply the Rock n Roll lube as a second layer every couple hundred miles if I added this to my usual cleaning routine. I don't have to use the Rock n Roll every time. This item takes care of all the work in a single step.
👤Don't buy if you're warned. The cap is proof that it is a child. The cap instructions are formed in the cap and not a sticker, so it is my fault. I have to take the chain off because I broke the spray nozzle neck. The whole purpose of this product was lost. I don't know if it's a good product yet. If you squeeze first, it's not hard to get off the cap.
👤This isn't as good as cleaning your gear. If you aren't going for perfectness, it's much simpler and saves time. Make sure to wipe off the excess lube with some small brushes. It should be mostly dry.
👤The product is good, but the nozzle sprays too much. A comparable can of WD-40 does not. If you are trying to use it on a bicycle chain, it is a waste. The chain is flooded. There is a The cap is almost impossible to remove. You can either leave it off or use a razor blade to cut down the plastic cap so it doesn't grab the can as hard. There is a The delivery system sucks because the liquid inside is great.
👤It's quick and easy to maintain your drivetrain. I spray this stuff on after I rise the grit off. The pedals are going around smoothly. There is a It can cause black sludge to accumulate on your chainrings for several hours, so be careful where you store your bike.
👤I use my bike to commute. The bike is especially hard in the winter with all the ice, water, chemicals, dirt and salt. I use White Lightning Wash & Shine to clean the bike and then follow it up with a lubricating agent. I dripped a few drops of this into the shackles and the NY Standard U-lock opened and closed like new.
100% waterproof, crystal clear. All seals, paints, carbon fiber, seals and bearing types are compatible with non-Staining. It is non-toxic and odorless. The tube has a tip that can be trimmed to open or close the tube.
👤I think it's a great product. This grease is waterproof, ideal for bikes that are ridden in wet conditions. The wheel bearings and headset were removed. The Crystal grease won't be touched by the cleaner because it doesn't remove regular grease. You can use hot water and detergent to clean Silicone grease. Diluted ammonia is also recommended. I wouldn't recommend using gasoline.
👤A two year bicycle commuter who fixes everything on his bikes has a background of writer. I have been using this product for two years. There is a This grease is great for cyclists. I read pro reviews online about this grease, and they are the same as my experience with this product. This grease is very water resistant. This stuff is impervious to rain, snow, and bi weekly cleanings. There is a noticeable difference in resistance when using this product on headsets, bottom brackets, etc. Seat posts and headset stems should only be applied a small amount. Those parts will slip if you apply too much. The seat post is in place because I have a quality wolf tooth clamp that holds it in place. I wiped most of it off the seat post and it didn't slip. I have been using this tube on all my bikes, and one tube should last at least 2 years of service on your hubs, bottom brackets, and all parts of your bike. Non-toxic environmental friendly means you don't take a step back on quality, but not on this stuff. It might be the best bike grease on the market. The reviews seem to agree with this thought. It is more expensive than other greases, but it is designed for bikes. This grease will help protect your parts from wear and tear. That makes up for the difference in price. This is the best bike lube for any bicycle shop or cyclist. The first picture is a picture of the tube and my bottom brackets, the second picture is a picture of the lube on a race. This is the best bike grease you can find.
👤I was surprised by how divided the bike industry is. There is no consensus on what type of grease to use. Lots of marketing claims have to be taken with a grain of salt. White lightning seems to be an established brand. I bought this tub for use on my bike. This grease is all purpose. I would use it to grease any type of bearings on the bike because it is high quality and not too thin. There is a The grease is not sticky on your hands and you can easily wipe it off. It's a bonus if you don't use plastic gloves.
👤I am always looking for great products. This stuff is a little thicker than my other favorite Super-Lube. I use the Crystal on items that need a little more water proof. It's really sweet on cables and ball bearing applications. Threaded items that are exposed to water get this. gripes... I have a grease injection that doesn't fit in.
Includes a bag. It can be made in the USA or imported. A clean brush. The brush has a tapered shape. A frame cleaning brush. The soaping brush is soft.
👤There's not much that these brushes can do to clean a rag. I thought they were worth having, but after considering how useful they really are, I decided to return them. If you're really trying to make your bike sparkling clean than you're better off rinsing it off with a soapy rag and then drying it, rather than dusting it off.
👤When I saw this product, I wondered who would buy Park cleaning brushes. Park tools are generally very high quality and worth the money, but what about brushes? Who cares? I was surprised that there aren't many generic cleaning brushes out there, that there are only the same price as the Park brushes, and that none of them are custom made for bikes like these. There is a I bought them and they're fantastic. It makes cleaning my mountain bikes easier.
👤These are the first brushes I've ever purchased, so I can't compare them to other brands. They made cleaning my bike very easy. Each brush is designed for a specific part of the cleaning process, and each seems to do its job well, with the right amount of stiffness or not-stiffness, etc. I removed my wheels while I was cleaning my bike, so I can't say how well they clean in the tight spots. There is a The brushes are good, but they aren't going to do much for the chain.
👤I was a little disappointed with the brush set from Park Tool. They are not that tough. I might have moved one star up if one of them had stronger bristles. They are just too timid when it comes to cleaning the whole bike with one of the brushes. There is a One of the brushes should have been heavy-duty. I am not looking for a rasp.
👤This brush set is great for cleaning your bike. I race in the mud and snow and keep my bike clean with these. It gets into the tight spots on the frame between the spokes and the chain rings. The large blue brush is soft and won't mar your paint. The brush is soft. The gray brush is very dry. The brush is very stiff. I love the whole set.
👤I used this set for the first time. It makes cleaning the bike more efficient. I used a sponge and toothbrush from the house to clean my bike. The cassette brush is a great way to clean my bike, and it is worth the money to have a dedicated set of brushes. Park Tool has a lot of maintenance videos on their website that I like to support when I can. The best way to use this set is shown in a video on YouTube.
👤I bought these on a whim, and I really like them. The conical brush is great for getting into small areas without scratching and the blue soft brush is great for cleaning spokes. It's not as much of a time saver as you might think, since the brushes will be full of dust, but you will clean your bike with these and spend the same amount of time cleaning them. The quality of clean is high.
Get outside and ride. It's easy to use chain lubricant to get your bike out of the garage. The perfect size will not take up much room in your tool box. Ride with confidence. Scientists, bicycle retailers, and professional mechanics tested theWD-40 BIKE. The difference of a professional grade formula is not the same as the difference of a amateur grade formula. The community approved it. At local bike events around the globe, the WD-40 BIKE sets up hands-on wash stations. They provide riders of all levels an opportunity to engage with each product for essential bike maintenance when they visit and set up shop. There are inhibs on Corinthian. A clean bike is fast. The bike is awd-40. All Conditions Chain Lube is made of corrosive agents for long-term optimal chain performance. No-WAX FORMULA. Chain life for your bike can be extended with the help of the All Conditions Chain Lube. The formula won't build up inside the chain links or the drivetrain. You can ride in both dry and wet conditions with chains.
👤This is a base dry lube. Ptfe powder is added to my lubes. The dry lube works well. There are a few great hacks that I am sharing with you. 1. Add a half a spoon to the powder and shake it. It makes a difference. 2. Keep your driveline clean. The more power you have to put to the wheels, the cleaner it is. 3. Put the gear range in the middle and backwards to clean with a cheap nylon brush. The brush is on the cassette. 4. Then wipe with a towel. It is easy to grab the chain below the jockey wheel. 5. Before and after each ride, wipe your chain. This makes the drive line last longer. A dirty chain costs 30 watt more than a clean one. I'm not a roady. I am a mountain biker and if you neglect it it gets dirty fast. Follow the habits for a long time. It makes a huge difference. A clean driveline is a game-changer even if you don't use ptfe powder. The ptfe prolongs the life of the lube. I hope this helps you.
👤The point is, why the hell would Amazon put all their products under one description? Sheesh. It is confusing, annoying and uncalled for, for a product line.
👤I decided to try the new bike chain lube. I cleaned the chain with a wire brush and then wiped it with a rag. I sprayed the chain with this chain lube when I changed the crank assembly on my mountain bike. I was amazed at how quiet it became when I rode it for the real test. The results are so far good, did not see any splatter from slinging off the chain, the gear selector works smoothly, and it is easier to pedal. So far, so good. I like it. That's all.
👤This is what my mechanic recommends and it's good enough for me and my bike. I think it works very well in the chain. Don't confuse the specialty bike chain lube with the ordinary bike chain lube that everyone in the shop has, which is a dust magnet.
👤I don't think of a point in my life when I don't have a can of WD-40 nearby. Is the door closing? A few squirts solved the problem. I thought I would try it on my bike chain. I cleaned the chain well before applying the lubricant. Went for a ride. It was a big disappointment. There is a The chain attracted so much dust at the end of the ride that it was completely black. It was like what happened with the regularWD-40. This never happened with my other lube, it lasted about 300 miles before I needed to clean and lube again. I won't have this on my chain again. I will probably use it to stop doors from squeaking.
👤They say "lube" in the title. Maybe it's because this page has a lot of products. The cleaner worked well on my cassette. I used a strong hose to wash it off after I left it on. I didn't need a second application or brushing, but I was expecting it. The product is great at the "add-on" price.
Park Tool's poly-urea lubricant is used for bicycle maintenance and repair. Formulated with Teflon fluoropolymer, rust, and extreme pressure enhancers. Even in brutal downhill racing and Grand Tours, it's possible to prevent wear and distortion in headsets, hubs, and bottom brackets. Even in saltwater, the functional thickener prevents rust and corrosion. Water emulification and washout can be prevented by the use of polymers. Without sheering, the higher pressures are withstood. Leading bike and bearing manufacturers have tested, approved, and used it.
👤I have used this on bearings, screws and seatpost stems to keep them from seizing together. I don't think it's a good idea to use it on the girlfriend, it won't loosen her up or stop the squeaking.
👤You can buy grease in bulk, but it is a good quality grease in a squeeze tube. I don't have a grease gun and I'm not a professional mechanic, so this does the job. It will last me for a long time at the rate I work. The cheapest price for grease is more valuable than the convenience of giving small amounts. There is a The grease is not black.
👤I think this grease was excellent. I've used it in several skate and bike bearings and it seems to do it's job well, though it's difficult to compare it to cheaper alternatives. I can't compare it's function to other options since they are reasonable. It seems to work well, but I'll talk about it's user experience. There is a It is very sticky. This sword has two edges. Handling it is difficult but it also means that one can more easily ensure that a surface is fully coated with a thin layer. This is different to packing and spinning to push out excess of placingblobs and relying on motion of the part to spread the grease. There is a It has a smooth texture. If you apply it thinly, there is very little chance of "break in period". This means that if you apply the right amount of lubrication, your bearings will be rolling quickly. Resistance to dirt is the third thing. It doesn't seem to be any worse than any other grease I've tried, despite the sticky surface. Dirt touching lubricant away from the surface shouldn't be a problem because it will eventually cause problems. There is a The container comes with it. This is the only real problem. I bought this grease with it.
👤I bought this after reading about the issues with the Schwinn IC4 and the issues with the pedals stripping. Someone online suggested putting Polylube 1000 on the thread to keep the pedals from being removed from the crank arm. I followed the advice and bought this bike lube, and so far I've had no pedal issues. This stuff seems to have done the job so hopefully that remains the case.
👤I use this grease for bike maintenance. It looks and applies like general purpose grease. There is a It's made with Teflon fluoropolymer, advanced corrosive agents and extreme pressure enhancers. A tube of Finish Line Premium Grease is on my workbench.
👤This grease is expensive compared to what you can buy for your car or boat. I thought I'd get it for my bike because I don't grease the bearings often and wanted something of high quality. I used it and had some left over in the tube, but when I tried to use it, it went bad. It was separated from the yellow oil and put in a peanut butter jar. I can't imagine how bad it is in the bearings.
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