A patented, fully waterproof lubricant can be used in all cycling disciplines. It's all-purpose lube for mountain or road bikes. Cleans and lubricates at the same time. The smoothness and quietness of this lube just went to a new level. It looks like drive-trains just came out of the box.
👤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.
👤There are two types of chain lube, wax and liquid. Waxy ones have a wax and a liquid carrier in the bottle so that the wax comes out of the bottle and into the chain. Once it's in place and you've spun the chain a few times, the liquid leaves a film of wax. If you will, you can take the dirt with you as the wax gets dirty. Great idea in theory. Liquid oils are not oils at all. They keep the chain quiet because they stay liquid and stick to the chain. It acts as a cushion when metal bits are touched. Dirt gets encased in the oil and that's why it turns black with age. There is a The chain lube is dry. It works well for a short time. The chain will need servicing again. When they're dry, it gets noisy like chains. In the winter, the chain will start to squeak like a rusty old bike after 50-75 miles. This is great if you stay on top of your maintenance, but I prefer the other type of lubricant. Check out ProGold ProLink.
👤Rock N Roll Gold is not a good lubricant. In Orange County, CA, I mountain bike in mostly dusty/dry conditions. If I get 20 miles out of an application before my cassette starts crunching, I'm lucky. I bring the bottle with me on rides because I know I will have to re-lube at some point. I have been told by many long time users of Rock N' Roll that it used to be very good, but it seems like the formula has changed recently and it is no good. When looking at older reviews, keep that in mind. I think it is very good at keeping the chain clean. The chain is clean after a ride. I am going to use the remaining half bottle as a chain cleaner before applying Dumonde, which has never let me down.
Sturdy triangle base with rubber feet will hold bikes steady and won't scratch the floor. Bike chains, rear cogs, and chainrings can be cleaned with a complete cleaning solution. Includes degreaser, gear brush, and chain scrubber. The chain scrubber cleans chains quickly and effectively. Dirt collects between gears and other places where the brush reaches deep. ChainBrite Chain and Component Cleaning fluid is plant-based and will not harm plastic, rubber or carbon fiber.
👤I ordered extra bottles of the cleaning solution because the one that comes with the kit will only last about 3 cleanings. I was able to hold the cleaning tool in my left hand while spinning my pedal backwards to run the chain through it. I use the brush to scrub my cassette. It cleans everything. Thanks to this tool, I will be obsessed with having a clean chain. I wear medical exam gloves to keep my hands clean, wipe the chain with a microfiber rag, and then apply a little lube to the chain, and let it air dry over night. It is easy to rinse out the cleaning tool with clean water. All of them were very pleased with this kit.
👤I bought this to clean the chain and gears after 3 years of use. My review is here. There is a The chain and gears are much cleaner than before. It works! The liquid degreaser works well. The tool works, but there are some things to be aware of. The supplied brush works well for the gears. There is a If you are going to use the tool you need, you should use a bike stand, a place to hang your bike or another person to help you do the cleaning. Lift the bike so the wheel isn't on the ground and hold the cleaning tool, that's what it's called. I think that works if you have 3 hands. Some of the bad reviews are due to this. It can get messy if you don't have rags and towels handy. The degreaser turned black when I had 3 years of dirt on my chain. The black degreaser was spilling out of the tool onto my floor when my bike wasn't level. The degreaser would flick out of the back of the tool if I was pedaling backwards or forwards. I had to put towels on the bike. I wish I knew that before the end of the world. The black greasy mess that was on your bike chain needs to be cleaned. Taking the tool apart wasn't that bad. There is a It's a good tool if you keep the caveat mentioned above in mind.
👤The cleaning solution that comes with the chain tool seems to be overpriced if purchased separately. Simple Green and dish washing detergent are recommended. There are alternate cleaning suggestions in the videos. Hopefully Park Tool will look at their reviews and lower the price and come out with larger containers that will bring a better value to their chain cleaning chemical. There is a Park Tool has excellent products, excellent videos, and an excellent customer service team.
👤The chain cleaner works well, but the solvent runs out quickly. You should buy a can of the bike degreaser for $7 instead of buying a new bottle of solvent. Since it sprays foam, it will last you longer and save you money. You can spray the degreaser on your chain. In my tests, the same amount of grease was removed with the WD-40 and it was much more cost-effective.
A set of high-quality materials include a brush and two gear cleaners. They will give you a 30-day quality money back guarantee. All climate libertarian solutions. The lubricant is designed to protect your chain against tough challenges from the environment. Strong performance and lubrication are offered by the addition of the NANO Boron Nitride. No matter how hard you pedal, it offers lubrication to drive-train. Quiet rides and excellent smoothness are provided. It protects the community from the race. Enhance lubrication EFFICIENCY is the reduction of friction from mechanical work. You should be able to cycle longer. They love nature as much as they love cycling. The compound is free from acids, CFC's and solvents. You can also help protect their environment.
👤The packaging allowed me to apply the lubricant quickly. I have no experience comparing my bicycle chain to others. I have worked with lube oils in other applications.
👤It stays on the chain.
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.
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. Not affected by riding conditions, small carbon footprint.
👤It's not a fan of the clear color and you can't see how much you're applying. This seems thick compared to Original and lite, so it doesn't seem to penetrate as well on the chain. I feel like I end up using more. As far as performance goes, it's pretty good.
👤This product is the best on the market. It's easy to apply, it's long lasting and doesn't attract dirt on my bike chain like many other lubes do.
👤The new X formula is even better than the old one. I use the regular for trail riding and lite for road riding. You can go wrong if you follow the instructions.
👤I like chain lube. You need to wipe it off before you use it.
Will not absorb or attract excessive dirt. It can clean and maintain the chains of motorcycles and bicycles. It's suitable for most systems. The extended handle can help you avoid contact. There are three different tools for bicycles. A wide range of uses can be done with a motorcycle. The chain or gear can be cleaned easily. The three-side cleaning brush can be used to clean a chain. The gear cleaning kit can easily clean gears, cranks, transmissions and other difficult to clean gaps. A set of high-quality materials include a brush and two gear cleaners. They will give you a 30-day quality money back guarantee.
👤The product worked as described. I've only used it once so far, so I can't speak to its durability.
👤It's a great way to keep bicycle chain, sprockets and derailleurs clean. It's lightweight and flexible, so if you are packing a bike it's worth it.
👤I used the blue chain brush to get the dirt off my chain so that I could get some clean oil on it. The narrow brush was able to get into the spaces between the sprockets on my mountain bike after a decade and a half of cleaning them. The curved scraper tool was more suited for that build up. I ground a lot of the teeth after snapping the end off. There is a I would suggest that the tool be constructed out of stronger material. It worked and I got my bike clean, but I probably can't use that more than a few times. Killing the tools will not be a problem if I clean my bike more frequently.
👤I need the Dynalion bike brush set to keep my bike running. I don't ride on dirt so this light weight and flexible set works well for me as I don't need to remove dried dirt. The tools work well for oily dirt on the chain. The chain brush is large enough to clean two sides of a chain at the same time. It does get the job done despite being a bit larger than I wanted.
👤The bristle of the chain brush is a bit softer than that of the other brush. The chain brush is too large for a bike chain. I think it may fit for a motorcycle, but it is too large for a bike and will only clean one side at a time. You would have to push against the other side of the chain to clean. A decent brush is needed to get dirt off your chain and gears.
The package contains a roller chain connecting a puller holder. You can connect the broken chain to the short one. When you use Eco Sheep Road Bike chain lubricant, you are making a conscious decision to make their planet happy without sacrificing performance. Eco Sheep is perfect for everyday riders. When applied properly, Everyday Sheep repels dirt, water, and grime while keeping your chain quiet. Have you ever looked at their competitors bottle? You will see warning labels that are harmful to you if swallowed and should be avoided by children. Eco Sheep bike chain lubricant is the safest option on the market. Eco Sheep is a blend of sustainable sheep's wool and vegetable oil. EcoSheep is USDA Certified Biobased and meets EPA Safe Choice Standards. They went above and beyond to get to meet these industry standards because they care about keeping dangerous chemicals out of the environment.
👤I will update this review later. I applied the oil to the chain after cleaning it. I decided to try out this product on my main road bike. I just finished my first 35 miles ride after applying this product and it was very quiet. It was quieter with any product I have used. It stays put on the chain and rear gears even after applying with the included brush. I am impressed so far. I bought two bottles of this product and the amount in each can. It is going to last me a long time. As time goes on, I will update on whether it attracts dirt or not. I can recommend it so far.
👤The first time I used a standard dry lube, I was very concerned about its toxicity. The more I learned about bike maintenance, the more I realized that I should be lubricating my chain. I degreased my chain with a standard degreaser and chain tool, but the product claimed to be "biodegradable" but had all sorts of toxicity warnings, so I was afraid to touch it or breathe it in. I applied the product and it was smooth. I went back to see if they have a better alternative to chain degreaser. There is a The product is easy to apply and my bike runs great. It's still working great since last lubrication, and an update 8/2021: 100mi + in. They just re-applied the de-greaser and cleaned up nicely. I love it!
👤I was looking for a better year-round lubricant for my car when I came across Eco Sheep. My dry lubricant failed me last winter. I cleaned and dried my chain before applying Eco Sheep. The brush puts the product where you want it. I wiped the chain down before I went to work. My two-speed drive train is noisy and has lots of plastic bits. Today it was quiet. It hummed all the way into work. I wanted to listen to it. I'll be using my bikes if it continues to perform well.
👤I bought this because I was having a lot of problems with my bicycle chain. I stuck dirt and dust to my chain when I tried to attract it. This was the worst. I washed and dried my chain and applied lube. grating noise from my sprockets became unbearable in less than 20 miles of riding. I felt a tacky coating on my chain when I touched it after I had applied the lube. I bought a chain cleaner and tried it again. TheWD-40 has worked well so far. I only rode for 10 miles after applying.
👤I applied the lubricant to my chain. I like the container and brush on the lead. I wiped off the light lube on my fingers. This made the application easy to use. The product description states that the product can be spread very easily and you only need a small amount to lubricating my chain. The chain was circulating so quietly that it was quiet. I'm looking forward to enjoying a smooth ride soon after I have cleaned and degreased my pedals.
The package includes: a chain hook, all steel chain cutter, professional steel needle, rocker, support rod, head, and bicycle chain magic buckle.
👤I have ridden and raced in all kinds of conditions, on all kinds of terrain and in all kinds of bike races. I own and operate a pedicab company. I have found the best lube. I made the mistake of using dry lube on an epic one day ride that had rain, dust, about a dozen stream crossing and a ton of hills. It wasn't long before I lost my lubrication. The dry lube was taken off by the rain. I like attracting dirt with traditional lube, but it resists water. This is a dry lube that is water proof. Second, it's also a cleaner. Really? You put it on a dirty chain and get about 4 or 5 rags to wipe it off. You can not wipe it off. The lube stays where it's needed at the pivot points on the chain, even after you wipe all the grim away. When I clean my bikes, I just apply and wipe, instead of using a chain cleaner or degreaser. I put it on my children's bikes, my mountain bikes, my road bikes, and my businesses pedicabs.
👤I ride the Pisgah NC area at least three times a week. I travel between applications. I check my chain. This is the best lube I have ever used. The Blue is for me, but the Gold is okay. When I get caught in a rain or need to ride through multiple creek crossings, I apply again. I want a product that will help make my equipment perform as it should and extend the service life of my equipment. As others have stated, apply liberally, throw the crank arm backwards a few times to help with penetration and wipe the chain continuously until dry. I usually wipe the chain down the next morning after applying it the night before.
👤I've used RnR Extreme for many years and it's worked well. I ride a lot of dirt roads and do a few miles of pavement in between. I'm not a real pro because I've never raced. I do 100 miles of dirt riding a week. It takes care of my chain all year. I wipe my chain and apply again after every ride to keep things running smooth, but have done 200 miles between applications without any issues. I found this stuff to be less messy than Finish Line Ceramic lube and Tri Flow. There are a few wet spots on the trails I ride that warrant the Extreme lube, but I have used RnR Road and Gold there and there as well. In the summer, I will use the gold. The Extreme is fine for road riding between the house and the dirt because I only ride a road bike for 20-60 miles a week. I've used both the Red road formula and the Extreme formula, and it seems the Extreme is a better substitute for it. I had a good time using the road formula on my mountain bike, but I don't have long term observations of mixing the two with their intended uses. I switched from Tri Flow to RnR about 9 years ago and only tried Finish Line's Ceramic lube because I couldn't find any RnR while bike touring. I have limited experience with any competition but I have a lot of experience with this stuff.
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.
Not affected by riding conditions, small carbon footprint. 2-in-1 lubricates and degreases your chain and gears in one easy step. 2-in-1 leaves behind a premium lubrication when it works. Extra protection to bicycle components is provided. Universal Fit is the type of fit.
👤It's messy to apply but if you do it on a piece of large box or something, then it doesn't matter. I got a good amount on the floor after I left my kitchen. It is easy to clean. The resistance was improved immediately during pedaling. I'm a casual rider and I own a trek that I bought with a rusty chain. It was fixed up with the first use. Easy to navigate.
👤I ride my bike in the winter. Even in near zero weather, the chain works smooth. I will buy again.
👤The product made my bike chain black and it was hard to clean it off.
The most used cycling lubrication is in the world. It was made using the highest quality ingredients. Greatly reduces bearing and drivetrain wear. A wet-style lube that stays wet for maximum performance in wet weather and long distances. For pedaling over long distances. Quiet and smooth, great for racing. The chemistry is patented.
👤I think it works. I don't see much difference between wet chain lubes and dry chain lubes. I've used every one of them. There is a property that tends to vary product to product. It drips off your chain. Too thick. It doesn't sink into the links. Finish Line's product excelled here. It is in the right spot. It soaks in nicely but doesn't leak. My chains always look great after a quick wash. Would buy again. * The product works exactly as advertised, the fit/finish is what you'd expect from a good value product, and it ships in retail packaging. The product works exactly as advertised, fit/finish are what you'd expect, it might have a minor flaw, or it ships in undisclosed non-retail packaging. Product works great but differs from description, so I would change a few things. It's barely works but can be useful if you try 1 STAR. It is a waste of money if it is useless and does not perform its intended function.
👤This stuff is amazing. My ebike has a day and night difference. I use an Ultrasonic cleaner first. You will have a clean and smooth drivetrain when you apply this lube. After the initial application, it stays clean and you can keep applying lube until you feel the chain needs another deep clean.
👤I haven't received my ceramic wet jug yet. It is being delivered at the end of the review. Here is my opinion on this product. I am familiar with "Ceramic Technology" because I use ceramic cartridge bearings in all of my wheel hubs, rear derailleur pulley wheels and any component that I use on my "Custom Built" black 2012 Catrike 700 Racing Recumbent. When I saw that there was a lube with "Ceramic" properties added in it, it was a "NO BRAINER" for me. My regular wet lube does the same thing on my Wipperman 10-speed "Gold/Brass" colored chains as it does on my (3) Wipper, and I am waiting on my Wipper. The Catrike 700 Racing Recumbent is a "Black" color and I called it "The Black Widow" so I decided to set it up with the Wipperman Connex. Since the last review of this product, the Catrike 700 Racing Recumbent requires at least three 114 link chains for the "Drivetrain". My personal evaluation is here. This is the best lube for the Chaina and Drive system. My experience with my drive system was that it was more Quartier/less noisier and did not need a lot of lubrication. I use a Syringe that is designed for filling printer ink cartridges, and I also use a drop of lube on the chain and on my other component on my Trike. The Finish Line Wet Ceramic was easy to clean off of my hands and Trike/Recumbent components. After every ride, I wash and lubricate my Catrike 700 Racing Recumbent, so that it is ready for the next ride. I get comments from other Cyclists on how clean my rig is. The Finish Line Wet Ceramic Lube is light and not heavy like other lubes on the market and it does exactly what it is advertised to do. I highly recommend this lacing for any cyclist who likes to keep their bikes in tip top shape.
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Rock N Roll It!, Park Tool and Skwi: Ki are some of the best brands that chosen by people for bicycle oil chain. Find the detail in this article. 3-in-one, Dumonde Tech and Dynalion are also brands that their products are worth to check.