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. Non-Spray cutting fluid is not sprayed. It's used for tapping, threading, drilling and reaming. Use on non-ferrous metals. Apply on the work surface. Click on the name above in blue to view their full catalog of Welders, abrasives, chain/wire rope, tools and more.
👤The product works well. It gave me contact dermatitis from a brief interaction. One of the chemical compounds in this is high reactivity and can cause skin inflammation that looks like hives. I am testing the products components for common fat soluble volatile compounds with the help of the GC Mass spec and the alpha and betabacterial families. The triethanol amine and the trade secret amine complex are likely candidates for skin reactivity. I think the manufacturer needs to put a stronger warning label on their product to make sure it's safe. I suggest you don't use latex glove if you use this product as it can be porous and not provide protection. When using this product, use nitrile based gloves. If you have an issue with this product, you should apply cortisone to the skin affected areas and use appropriate amounts of antihistamine to reduce redness and swelling.
👤This is one of the most popular cutting oils in the trade and has been for at least 44 years and probably a lot longer than that, I have been a machinist for 23 years. The person is old. It's a very high quality cutting oil that's used in machine shops for Tap and Die work as well as single point threading. It can be used as a cutting oil to do small metal cutting jobs in a home operation. I used it to cut through 1018 mild steel and 6061 T6 aluminum on a 1" hole saw. The 'big plus' about Tap Magic is that it doesn't produce smoke as the work surface gets hot. There is a It produces less smoke than the heavy, dark oil used in machine shops back in the 70's. Even though water-soluble oils were getting a good start, there were many 'Heavy' oils used back then. There is a You only need a few drops of tap magic to cut it. The special ingredients in the oil keep the tool and work surface cool. This is very important when cutting steel. If you are cutting a mild steel like 4140, you can quickly harden the surface of the material to a state beyond the ability to be cut drilled or machine. If attention is not paid to your feed and speed, it is common. There is a If the work surface and tool get hot enough, you can end up with a burnt cutting area that can easily exceed 45 RC, C-scale, which is very hard and usually, a job for carbide tooling would be used on that rating. There is a It requires that you monitor your speed and feed rate to keep the cutting teeth of the tool under load and not allow it to rub which is the first step to a bad day. There is a This product was a must have in most machine shops up to the year I got out for good. It is still a popular oil for job shops all over the country. It is safe to say that this oil is a 5 star product.
The country of origin is the United States. It is possible to clean chains, gears, derailleurs and disc brake rotors. Clean streak works fast to wash away dirt and grease. The streak dries in a few minutes. The first and most effective dry degreaser is cycling.
👤It be bad! Truly bad ass. Will melt grease and grime off your chain. Unless you're an addiction, use outdoors. If you are cleaning your chain in Qaryat al-Fw, Arabia, and water can only be found in camels' humps, you can use a two-edged sword. You should re-lube your bike on the second day. You're golden. This stuff is really bad. I would like it to be less expensive. It's still cheap.
👤This product does some degreasing, but I had to go back over my chain and gears with a different brand to get my chain back to the original color. There is a If you find a review from someone that uses this and similar products every day, you should trust them more than me, as I own 3 mountain bikes that I ride in the dirt and mud almost every day. It doesn't seem to get all of the grease, oil and dirt off after comparing this product to others. After using a lot of this product on my bike chain, it was mostly free of oil and dirt, however the chain was still a dingy grey color and clearly wasn't anything close to the original color. The chain went back to looking like a new chain after I used another product that I've had success with. I was surprised to see that there were so many great reviews for this product, but I have to concede that it is possible that I got a bad bottle or batches. Unless I find out that my bottle is somehow compromised, I won't use or purchase this product again. There is a If it hadn't been several months since I bought this product, I would have returned it. The degreaser is only moderately effective, it's a decent value for the money, but the cost to benefit ratio is quite high making it low value to me.
👤This product has made a huge difference for last minute cleaning when there is not much water. It does its job. There is a The stream is very directed and doesn't scatter. It is emitted with force from the can. The product is capable of a clean without touching the chain. I recommend applying a quick link to your chain so that you can remove the chain and clean it. If you don't take care, the grease can get into other parts of the bike and cause it to be dirty. I don't want the spray on the other parts of the bike. I have doubts that this stuff can degrade the carbon frame, but it still seems volatile and I don't want it on my skin. You don't want to use this in a closed environment. A garage with the door open is not much for me. There is a The can contains a lot of product. I don't think I'm halfway done after four cleanings. The chain removal has added to that. There is a It's easy to tell how strong this product is from the smell. I wish I'd tried cleaning years ago because it's very quick and effective.
Marksman Twist Spout makes it easy to apply a product. PolyLube 1000 has a high shear strength. PolyLube 1000 is compatible with conventional greases. A handy 4oz. tube and a 16oz. tube are available. The tub is called PPL-2. Park Tool's poly-urea lubricant is used for bicycle maintenance and repair.
👤This is standard grease for bikes. I use it as my all purpose grease and lather it everywhere while singing Happy Birthday. I love spreading this grease over your axles or ball bearings, it's so smooth and gentle. It would be a good idea. There is a I am an opportunist and the innuendos are not accidental.
👤This is grease. It was very greasy. Don't eat. Put the bike in the car. It works well. I thought it would be black. It's not.
👤The only grease I use on my bicycle and all of my clients bikes are Park tool PPL-1 grease. This grease works well in extreme weather, and has no stinky smell to it. This product is worth every penny.
👤Four stars is only four because of cost. You can get a tube of Lucas Grease for five bucks and it has the same properties.
👤The quality of Park Tools has fallen in the last few months. I remember the quality of the park tools and supplies back in the day. I feel like they have raised their prices and decreased their quality control. Some tools are amazing and some are garbage. Park doesn't always make the best stuff, so read your reviews.
👤This stuff is solid. I'm not a pro biker, but I will tell you that it's better to buy a bike from the factory than it is to buy a bike from someone else. I did the "pepsi" challenge with this stuff, and it was with some of the red "high temp" grease used in automotive bearings. The wheels spun better with this grease than with the red grease, and I fully tested both of them, making sure to fully clean out all of the red before applying and testing this grease.
👤This is worth it if you plan to do your own bike maintenance. I used it to repack wheel bearings on a bike which had not been maintained in a while. The wheels spun quietly after the hub and bearings were cleaned. This tube will last a long time if you're not running a bike shop.
👤I got a free stroller with a wheel that didn't have any bearings on the right side. It was very bad! The local bike shop didn't have a cage of six bearings, so he gave me a few ounces of free bearings of the same size, and I bought Park Tool PolyLube 1000 Bicycle Grease. I had room for 11 bearings per side after throwing away the left side caged bearings. Don't need steenking cages. How can I hold 22 individual bearings to the inside while keeping the outside race to the outsides? You're looking at something. The races should be clean. Spread a coat of bicycle grease on them and it will hold the bearings while you put the outside bearing races to the inside races. The stroller is easy to use.
👤I used this recently for my first bike build and it did the job. It's thick enough to apply correctly. It should last a good while because I barely used any of the tube. I'm very happy because parts move with a very satisfying smoothness. If you found my review helpful, please click the button below.
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.
Bike grease, lubes, and bicycle oils are non-toxic and have a PTFE-Free formula. The components of their forkboost oil are stable and have no known dangerous reaction as long as installations comply with safety standards. Special add-ons prevent rust and protect it from oxidation. Excellent for chains, pivot joints, and for loosened nuts and bolts. Under extreme temperatures and humidity, high-grade petroleum oils provide optimum lubrication.
👤This lube is the best for the money, but it's loaded with a toxic substance called Teflon, which is toxic when eaten, and it's production requires a lot of nasty chemicals. Do your best to only apply what you need and not to spill it or get67531 on where it drips. If it gets on them, wash your hands thoroughly. I worry about shop mechanics using this stuff because of how toxic it is. I've tried many alternatives. The other organic options are not very good and the light natural oils don't last long. I don't use wax lubricants. This and other teflon-based lubes are the only options left.
👤I was asked to rate the scent. Why do we rate the lubricants on their smell? Yeah, it has a smell. Wouldn't it be foolish for the manufacturer to make an inferior product in order to appease Amazon's stupid review metric? I wouldn't want to wear it. Asking about taste is more relevant. I rated the smell 5 stars and recommend you do the same. I wasn't expecting to be impressed by the performance after spending so much time on the positive reviews. I'm a lube freak. I own a lot of different types of lube. I've been interested in lubricating oils containing PTFE. Wet and dry. I've found this to be the best performing and most versatile of the 5 or so lubes that I've purchased on Amazon. How they hold up once they've been applied remains to be seen. Bike chains in arid/dusty conditions are the only thing I prefer dry or film PTFE lubes for. It is difficult to remove dust and grime in places where performance is at risk. This lube doesn't seem to be prone to that kind of build up, so maybe the PTFE comes in. It's hard to say. There is a I've found it works well for door hinges, lubricating tap bits before tapping holes, and hair clippers, but dry lubrication is not worth the risk. anyway lubricating sand paper for polishing, lubricating sliding door & window tracks, lubricating the ball bearing on an old fan, and so on, is not a concern. It's done in the factory. I'm not going to experiment at the moment. I used it to assist a spray catalyst on a rusted on brake rotor in a moment of desperation.
👤It was the "best" for bike chains in all types of conditions, according to many reviews. This is not correct. If you have a door hinge on your bike, it's great for pivot points or brackets, but if you have a chain that's dry, it'll be black goop in no time. This goop will hit you in the face. I have switched to a dry lube that has better results. This isn't the best for a bike chain if you ride in wet conditions.
👤Very good product. I use it for vintage sewing machine restoration and it's perfect, it frees up a stuck machine better than any other oil I've used. This is the standard for sewing machine restoration right now, and I'm not the only one who likes it. The tube is taped to the side of the bottle and I didn't like it. It would be better if it was a pull out type like you see on other small oil bottles, so you wouldn't have to put it in the tip of the bottle and then put it in the tape for storage. The oil is good, but it has a bit of an odor. If you don't use a lot, the odor isn't bad. The oil has conditioners in it that help clean the gears of old oil, which is awesome, and worth a tiny bit of odor.
Use on rubber, vinyl, plastic, or other surfaces. Boeshield is used in a lot of things. It's safe on paints, metal surfaces, plastic and vinyl. It cleans out dirt and lubricates the parts. It clings to metal for months. The Boeing company developed lubrication and protection of aircraft components. Email them with any questions or concerns.
👤I sprayed five or six times, a little spray on the hinges of the car, and there was no more aerosol. I can't use the full can here. Product could be amazing. I can't use it. Both cans failed after a few sprays.
👤The first time I bought a 4oz can from Amazon, the propellant seemed to oxidize before I had even used half the can. Whenever I buy this product from a bike shop, I usually have issues with the propellant failing before the contents are spent, but I end up throwing away dead, half used, cans. I'm trying to see if the same thing happens next to the larger volume cans. Someone needs to look into this.
👤The propellent stopped working a bit. This was my last can of Boeshield. The first can died the same way as the first one, but I thought it was old as it had been on my shelf for a year or so. It makes no sense that Amazon won't allow the return of "flammable" aerosol products, since they were eager to sell and ship it to me in the first place. I had to pay $12.98 to learn my lesson. Don't buy if you're warned.
👤I have used the best bike chain lube. I have been riding for many years. This doesn't attract dirt like an oil does. The spray can and bottle have pros and cons. The spray does work on a chain, but there is over- spray and you have to use a rag. The dropper cap on the bottle is very miserly, delivering literally a drop at a time. I used a push pin to enlarge the bottle opening. I might ride the bike with the newly coated chain and wipe the excess off the bike the next day. The most dirt-repellent coating of any lube I've seen so far is left behind. I used the spray on the gear cluster to dry it out, so it wouldn't attract dirt. Bike parts can be attacked by salt, winter mess and rain, and nothing short of a sealed enclosure can prevent that. This is the best solution so far because of my imperfect maintenance.
👤If it's developed by Boeing and good enough for aircraft, then it's good enough for me. There is a The T9 sprays on as a clear liquid and once the volatile compounds have evaporated leaves a highly persistent waxy like lubricant film on the surface that either protects from corrosion very well or ensures good lubrication over long periods of time.
👤I can't say if this product is good or bad because I can't apply it, and it dribbled out of the can and all over the floor. I tried to spray it without the little straw, but it resulted in lots of product dribbling out of the bottom of the nozzle onto the floor. Totally useless.
👤I use this to protect my table saw. During high use periods, I spray it on and wipe it off. The biggest benefit is when I can't use the table for a while. I spray on a coat and leave it sitting. When I get back to the saw, the product is a bit gummy, so I'll spray it again with a little bit of product, and the gummy stuff will come off the table. I haven't had any rust since.
The top 3 brands of chain lube are EFFICIENCY - SILCA. Their lube bonds to the chain to create a barrier. Any rider's bike tool kit needs this secret bike oil. SILCA Synergetic bike chain oil received a perfect score from road.cc and was named a finalist for the "Tech Innovation of the Year" in 2020. Your chain will always be spinning at maximum output with SILCA bike grease and lube. The fastest oil-based bike chain lube is available today. Synergetic is the perfect choice if you want a quiet ride without the hassle of cleaning chain wax. A durable tribofilm is created by combining two materials in a formula. Synergetic acts as a lubricating surface and also as a wear surface when riding. Synergetic will reduce wear and friction by 50% while also reducing lubrication. There is a lubrication interval of 500 miles for Silva Synergetic bike oil chain lubricant. This is the perfect bike lube for riders who want to maximize the life of their bike. Invest in a bottle of synergetic which will last 12,000 miles. The Luer Lock Precision Application Tip is included in the Silva Synergetic bike chain lubricant. The instructions are easy to understand. Remove the red cap and apply one drop per chain link. You can back pedal through 12 times. Use a microfiber cloth to wipe clean.
👤I followed Silca's instructions for the initial application of the lube and it was okay. Didn't have the advertised longevity. After 200 miles, the chain needed to be changed. I put a new application in. There was some coastal rain for about an hour on our ride up the coast. It was just enough to wet the roads. All of the lube was removed from my chain. The lube is advertised as good in the wet. It's terrible! It's not worth the money.
👤It is a great lube for all conditions. I do a lot of trail, road and bike path riding. The reapplication process was inconvenient and wax lubes did not last that long. I never had much luck with dry lubes and traditional wet lubes in the mixed conditions that I was riding. Synergetic has changed my life. It is easy to apply, lasts a long time, doesn't attract a lot of dirt, and runs quietly.
👤I received the product but all of the dark Additive fell out of solution. I shook the p**p out of it, the direction said "shake well". I have small pieces on the bottom. I bought this product to try and spend less time on chain maintenance, but with all the shaking and fussing with it I'm spending more time. I'll use a cheaper light weight oil next time.
👤Silca's fake wax stuff was used before this. It was difficult to apply. The performance of the product is great, it makes it easy to apply one drop to every roller. Will buy again.
👤The best chain lube is short of waxing. It's a great option for rainy seasons. There were no complaints.
👤The product is good but probably won't be shipped with an accessory. The bottle is too fragile to be shipped. It was broken and lube all over the place.
Marksman Twist Spout makes it easy to apply a product. The spray action allows for a focused spray. Under extreme temperatures and humidity, high-grade petroleum oils provide optimum lubrication. Formulated solvents remove dirt and contaminants, while special Additives prevent rust and corrosion. Formulated solvents remove dirt and contaminants, while special Additives prevent rust and corrosion.
👤I was skeptical when someone recommended this. This is the best lube-in-a-can I've ever used. Tri-Flow is a better lubricant thanWD** for cleaning greasy/sticky parts and preventing rust. There is a The example is: My shed has a sliding door that requires two arms and two legs to open. Without cleaning the track or wheels, I shot some Tri-Flow on there, opened and closed it a few times, and now you can push it open with one finger. If I hadn't done it myself, I wouldn't have believed it. It is still easy to open two years later. Works well for car door hinges. It works great for house door hinges, sliding windows and patio doors, and garage door wheels, tracks and hinges. A little goes a long way. The Tri-Flow grease is pretty amazing. There is a It's not that expensive compared to other stuff, but you use less and it lasts longer, so it's a wash. I will be buying more.
👤I got a singer 401 which worked, but wouldn't zigzag after a day or two. The zigzag was stuck after I purchased the machine fully serviced. I knew I had to get in with more than a few drops of oil. I soaked the entire machine after taking apart what would come off. It was wet for a week. It was also cleaned up nicely. After a week I wiped the oil off and started sewing, the cams were running great now. I've been sewing with the machine for months and I haven't oiled it out of laziness, but it's still going strong. I love this stuff. I had someone stuck parts on my old bernina 830, so I did the same. I didn't go nuts with the dripping oil because the machine has plastic bits, but it's mostly stuck now. I will always have this one hand.
👤It's the best lubricant you can buy. I've been using this for many years and it's the best. It's much better than WD-40, and won't freeze. It's more expensive thanWD-40, but it's worth it. There is a You'll never use anything else after you try it. There are some uses and applications forWD-40. I'll buy a gallon can for soaking parts in it to help remove rust. I don't use it as a lubricant anymore. There is a This stuff is hard to find. Not a single big home center store carries this, probably due to a contract with WD-40. No one has heard of it before you ask for it. You can get it on Amazon, as this is all they use.
👤I use Tri-Flow for a lot of things on my bike. I don't wash my chain. I use fresh oil to wash it, so I use a lot of spray on my chain to get it cleaned. I just run the chain through a cotton cloth to get all the oil out of it. After each ride, I wipe the chain with a cotton cloth and lightly lubricate it. Most of the time, I don't put soap or water on my chain. This process works well for me. There is a Enough about my bike chain cleaning. I think that's correct. There are many good lubes out there. Over the years, I've tried many, and have found Tri-Flow to be the best for me. I like the can because it sprays. That is very useful. I have a small bottle of Tri-Flow that I use when I only need a couple of drops. It's a good all around lubricant.
100% risk free purchase. The primary goal is to provide you with the friendliest customer service. They offer a money back guarantee if this premium bicycle lubricant doesn't live up to your expectations. The RocRide ECO-X is a renewable resource based product and is a blend of the highest quality vegetable oils available. TREATED with the most effective anti-OXIDANTS for anti-wear and corrosion will help reduce wear on your drive-train. It is an excellent choice for all types of riding conditions. A perfect divider for a wide variety of cycling component applications.
👤It's so good with it. My bicycle is stored in my office during the day and in my studio apartment overnight because it has a very stinky burnt-plastic smell. Both places smell horrible. I have to burn candles at home because people have stopped coming into my office. If your bike is stored in a garage, you should not have any problems. I gave the bottle away to someone else because I was 5 feet away from my bike for most of the day.
👤Three bikes with the same setup. Each is ridden 10 miles per day by the same person. They have experienced a wide range of weather. Every 70 miles they were cleaned and lubed. I wiped the excess oil off after cleaning. I wiped the excess oil off before they were ridden. I rubbed my fingers together and ran my finger over each chain to get a feel for the amount of damage. I don't see a noticeable improvement in wear or grit. I can measure wear with an 8 inch caliper. It is a good lube, it is a little harder for me to apply, and it is more expensive than what I currently use.
👤I used the ECO-X Bio-Based Lube after cleaning my chain. I applied and did not have a problem. It is easy to apply on the chain. I didn't use it on any other components because I wanted to see how it works on the drive-train. The ride was 40 miles in the hills and flats. The drive-train was pretty quiet and I listened to see if there was any noise. I will try it again on the next ride.
👤The product is a bicycle chain Lub. The product was on its way. If I had issues, it gave me a link to contact. That's the way to go. The product is good. I put my chain on my bike. It held up well. I rode my bike on a dry, crushed-stone trail for 2.5 hours and on a wet, paved trail for 2.5 hours. The bike got dirty, but the chain is still clean. There is a The lub could have been thinner. It could have been placed in a bag and not in the box. Is it a good idea to buy it again? Yes.
👤There is a strong smell of burning rubber.
👤This is good. Highly recommended. After a few rides, I use a small amount on the chains of my bikes. I clean the chain to make sure the oil doesn't stick to the chain. This product is easy to use.
👤This is great. It's hot and humid here, and this stuff still powers through. Even though my bike is basic and a bit worn, this helps make the ride a lot smoother and keep me from having to maintain the bike so much.
👤The Bike Lube is green. Cyclists want the environment we live in to stay that way. This product is a great value and less toxic than traditional lubes. I would buy again.
It looks like drive-trains just came out of the box. Park tool chain lube works well in wet or dry conditions. It protects parts from rust and corrosion and reduces friction. Also work on cables and spoke nipples. 4 ounces. A bottle. This item is not for sale in Catalina Island.
👤The old go-to when I have time is the chain lube concept. This blend catches more dirt than a full synthetic. I hit the chain with this stuff. After a few days, hit the chain with a light coat of RemOil. The combo works well for me. There is a There are better chain lubes. Unless you are a competitive racer or doing a week+ bikepacking tour in bad weather, there is nothing wrong with this lube.
👤This is a type of lube that is very wet. It worked well and allowed me to not have to adjust my derailer settings to stop skipping gears. I'm no longer operating my ebike in a loud way. You need to get everything set just right for bikes that are tough on chains and gears. Very happy with the product. I use park tools videos on morontube and wanted to give something back to the company for their free videos.
👤The cost difference between this and no name brands getting the Park Tool Oil was an easy decision for me. I have used this oil many times and am pleased with the results. The tip makes it easy to apply. There is a If you are new to bikes, be sure to clean your chain first, then put fresh oil on it. You will make a paste that will wear down your parts. I don't think there is a need to look elsewhere for great oil.
👤The lube works well, but I don't like the packaging. It came with a longer tip than the one pictured. The tip is part of a cap and can be applied through a small hole on the end. That part works well. The cap on the bottle was not tight enough and when I put it in my car it leaked 10% of the oil. The cap was leak free if the bottle was on the side. I lost most of the original oil when the cap popped off after I dropped the bottle. I only have a small amount of the bottle remaining after using a few drops. The old cap was fine, but the new one leaked. There is a The original envelope was ripped in the side and there was no bottle of lube in it. They quickly shipped another one.
👤Picked this up because a bike mechanic warned me about the dangers of white lightening brand lube. This stuff seems great but keep in mind that even though you can adjust the flow, a lot of lube comes out very quickly, so you'll probably need to wipe away the excess once you're done, especially if you're dealing with dirt. A picture with a key was added.
👤I've used this Park lube for a long time and it's always performed well. I ride mostly in dry conditions. I have never tried dry lubes because they are nothing to compare against. The red tube on the old bottles is more precise to use than the new bottle applicator, but I would eventually lose the red tube, so... Give it a try.
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 multi-purpose oil has been used by professionals and do-it-yourselfers for over a century. Lubricates are used to protect against rust. Its updated packaging has a fill level indicator strip that shows you when you're running low, and it offers precise application with no overspray or splatter. Great for wheels, caster, sliding doors, chains, power tools and external parts of small motor, hinges, nuts and bolts, bicycles, wheels, fans and many other moving parts. Control over the amount of lubricant is offered by the squeeze bottle design. It's ideal for automotive, marine, home, and shop use. Marksman Twist Spout makes it easy to apply a product.
👤Don't cut the tip off if you want a pour, instead use a thumbtack to poke it.
👤A+ Smart Home Savings has applied a fake paper barcode label to their product. The label shows it is a 3oz size. Look at photos. Fantastic!
👤The 3-in1 oil is useful to lubricate small metal parts. I use it on my pocket knives. A small amount goes a long way. This bottle will last a long time. I can offer some advice to those who don't like how quickly the spout releases oil. A small pin can be used to puncture a small hole in the bottle tip. The cap will still snap on if it is only a drop at a time.
👤The cheap plastic container and even cheaper nozzle design are just horrible. You have to yank the little cap off with such force that the whole unit gets ripped off and the oil spills all over the place. I have ruined clothing with this container. Uncapping the oil is the worst experience ever. I would think about buying another oil or looking for a different type of container because of the horrible container. You just wait if you think I sound like a stickler. A bruised elbow, an oily mess and a completely ruined set of pants are all possible consequences of oiling a few hinges.
👤I'm used to the old-school metal packaging, but this plastic one doesn't fit the bill. You have to open the tip first. You can never cut it small enough. As soon as you tilt over the bottle, oil stars come out. The metal bottles used to need a little squeeze to get something out, but now it's like a flood of oil.
👤The new packaging is not good. The oil pours out of the spout instead of being applied. The hole would be the smallest it could be if I had not cut off the tip. As you tip the bottle, oil pours out of the hole. The old bottle and spout should be brought back.
👤The small can of oil was ideal. The plastic bottle is horrible. I tried to oil a door hinge after cutting the tip. I barely tipped the bottle and it gushed out a lot of oil. It dripped from the door to the deck. It left a stain on the deck. We will not get that stain out. We have 2 huge bottles of the stuff left. Unless we can find a container that has a small tip opening, it is virtually useless. I am not happy with the packaging of this oil because the spout is larger than it should be, unless you want to pour it into a car engine or something. A drop or two is not a reality.
👤What can you say? It's 3-in-one oil. My mom used it on her sewing machine and my dad used it on his tools. I used it on my bicycle in the 1960s. I use it tosharpen my stone. I hesitated before giving it five stars. It has not changed my life or solved a problem for me. It's always been there, on the shelf in the garage, with the mayonnaise jar full of stray nuts and bolts, the old lawn mower blades, and the oily rags. There is a I realized that any product that's been around since the 1800s, such as keeping sewing machines rust free for the school clothes of America's children, cleaning tools so dads can fix things, lubricating bikes so kids can be kids, and so forth, probably helped American win the Cold I bet someone had a can of it when the Berlin wall came down. Maybe on the moon. Who knows? I don't know what it does. It's 3-in-one. It's always there when you need it.
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