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.
This item is not for sale in Catalina Island. An internal performance enhancer. This wet bicycle chain lube is made from a premium bio-based formula made only with natural ingredients and it provides efficient pedalling and long lasting performance to cyclists of all disciplines. Is it a good idea to go for a ride somewhere far and wet? Their bike chain lube and cleaner is specially formulated for wet and moderate conditions where it is needed the most. Thanks to the Emulsifite technology on their bike lube, it can provide cleaning abilities and prevent black goop build-ups. The concentration of Emulsifites in this mountain bike chain lube has been fine-tuned to resist puddle and rain, but to be activated by high water pressure from a hose. WPL has bicycle lube that can be used on bike chains, derailleurs, cables, and any part that needs lubrication and all-around protection from various unwanted elements. Bike grease, lubes, and bicycle oils are non-toxic and have a PTFE-Free formula. The components of their dirt bike and mtb chain lube are stable and have no known dangerous reaction as long as the installations comply with safety standards.
👤It works as well as tri flow, and you will know why I stopped using the banana scented stuff that I had happily used for decades if you look at the ingredients. You don't want Teflon in your bike lube.
👤It stays on the chain well. I rode my road bike with this grease for over 1350 miles and my chain is still in excellent condition. I only cleaned the chain once. No need to have fancy products with harsh chemicals.
👤I'm not sure if I'm qualified to rate chain lubricant. It's easy to apply, and lasts a long time. There were no problems and no mess.
👤The Atala 10 speed is a 40+ year old one. I like to keep them working and not wear them out. The lube is easy to use. Works well.
👤This stuff keeps the bike quiet.
👤Tadpole trikes have lubricating chains. Not the first time that this product has been used.
👤It worked well and I was satisfied with it.
👤I found a new chain lube. It is being used on my fat bike as it gets very wet and the chain can dried out easily. This lube is strong enough to stand up to the wet and a light washing.
👤The product was delivered today. The tube was broken and oil was spilled. I had to dispose of the product due to the oil spilling. Amazon followed up with a respectful way that satisfied me.
👤It works great for cleaning and lubricating suspension fork and dropper post.
👤The cap on the bottle was almost open, but it was a good lube for your bike.
👤It made my bike sound brand new.
It looks like drive-trains just came out of the box. SILICONE LUBRICANT is completely pure and toxin free. Their lubricant is stable even on high temperature, so stay away from cheap lubes. 100% safe and environment friendly. The lubricant can be slid between the belt and deck to reach the center of the belt. There is no need to loosen the belt. 100% Silicone lubricant keeps your machine running smooth and quiet. Proper treadmill lubrication prolongs the life of the treadmill and improves its performance. It is suitable for most brands of moving parts. Lifehacker is a lifehacker. IPO Silicone Lubricant can also be used for pour painting. Will not change the color of your paint. Their treadmill lube has a 100% money back guarantee. Let them know if you're not happy with it. They will give you a full refund.
👤I use a LifeSpan walking treadmill at work. I bought this product to help with the upkeep of the treadmill. The photos show a curved tube that can be used to extend the silicone reach into the center of the treadmill. The "tube" is made of flimsy corrugated straw and came coiled up with a knot in it. You are supposed to push the straw under the treadmill to get the tip of the bottle on. The straw is useless. It's under your treadmill belt that you can't see the flow of the silicone, because it's flimsy. There is no flow of silicone through the tube. When you squeeze the bottle to get the gel out of the end of the straw, the pressure makes it leak around the edges of the straw, and even around the edges of the screw on the bottle cap. Horse design is the best. Sending it back.
👤My treadmill is almost 10 years old and the company that I purchased it from no longer exists in my area. This was an easy fix to fix the treadmill. It was messy and easy to wipe up. Will purchase again when the treadmill needs more.
👤The product is decent, but not great. There is a After a week of treadmill use, its thermal stability seems to be non-effective. I had expected the monthly re-application to be more frequent, but this means there is a need for frequent re-application. Replacements should not cause a hole in the wallet since it is not too expensive. There is a The design of the applicator is a real pain point for me. There is a The flexible tube design seems flawed, as lubricant leaks out of the base of the tube, making a puddle of oil where you don't intend it to. The plastic cap was sealed with teflon tape.
👤The treadmill stopped at the lower speeds. The IPO treadmill lube was the perfect fix. It was easy to use. The lubricant was spread to the middle of the treadmill track by the tube. My treadmill is working better.
👤I only received a flexible drinking straw instead of a true tube. It is a cheap and thin drinking straw. The openings do not fit the bottle. Silicone will leak right away if you try to apply it with the straw. I can probably use the bottle on my garage door, but it's a waste of money. A spray lubricant would work better for a treadmill. There is a The seller now emails me with money to remove the comment. At the beginning, it was $20 Now it's up to $40. There is a sad story about working until midnight in emails. You can't block them because they change the sender each time. This is the type of seller you are dealing with. Avoid at all costs. The email campaign to get me to remove the comment borders on harrassment. It's amazing and pathetic. Their last email was threatening. The pictures for this product are completely different from when I bought them. The pictures do not look like what I received.
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.
It is a thin, waxy film that clings to metal for months. Janitorial and cleaning services. This bike lube is used to remove bike rust and dirt. Eliminate all strictions and increase its lifetime length through this top-notch bicycle cleaner. An internal performance enhancer. The bicycle lubricant is made from a premium formula that is perfect for bike lubrication. Their bicycle fork oil is highly effective on fork rebuilds and can be used to cut grease and soak foam seals. It is easy to apply. To get the fork fluid to work its way perfectly, they recommend applying their bicycle lube to the dust seals of the suspension, coating the stanchion, pumping the suspension, and wiping away the dirt. The Bible has a rubber comparison. WPL forkboost lube is compatible with rubber and rubber derivatives, meaning there is no risk of damage to the seals. 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.
👤There is a side effect that nobody talks about that is the fact that people recommend this product and it seems to work. There is a The rebound gets messed up when you use the oil to lubricate the suspension. I use the rebound on the fork and Shox very slowly, and the return is very fast, just like if I were to setup the rebound to it. I didn't like that at all. This could happen to you as well.
👤I have a new trail bike that did not fully extend and suffered from horrible stiction, hard stiff ride. I tried everything on the books to solve the issue, but nothing worked. I was hoping for a break-in period. I was looking to replace the fork or sell the bike after about 35 hours of riding. I have a bike with a Reba and it is a joy to ride. I don't know what miracle lube ingredients this stuff has, but it works. The Revelation stiction is gone and the fork is plush. Use your finger to spread a small amount close to the seals, work the fork, spread the excess on the stanchions, and wipe it dry with a soft clean rag. I use it on the dropper seat posts. I don't think this lube is meant to replace the manufacturer's scheduled maintenance requirements.
👤I had an issue with sticky seat dropper, so I tried this product. I can say that the results are not what I expected after applying it a few times. I am sure that some people have used it on older forks, and that they had success, as they would have done by using most fork oils or slick honey grease. I think Fox gold fork oil and slick honey is a better result. The post will work well at first, but it will get stickier over time, which is noticeable on the seat dropper. If you wipe well after you apply it, it will hold true for this product. If you do decide to get it, make sure to punch a hole in the cap since it has weird closing. I cut the top of it and it leaked all over the place.
👤It was important to me that I kept my new bike in top shape so I could keep it for as long as possible. After 30 rides, this lube has kept my fork and shock clean. I put some on the fork/shock, put my finger in the dust, pump the fork/shock a few times, and wipe the excess off with a microfiber cloth. The trails I ride are very sandy and can wreak havoc on a fork, but I use it about every 10 rides. I have an old hardtail mountain bike that I bought after it had been sitting outside through the winter. I thought the fork was grease and that it was supposed to be there. I didn't think it was supposed to be covered in dark slime until I realized. I removed the fork, gave it a good cleaning, and then used this lube to help remove any additional dirt that might be left. I've never felt a fork move like this before. Highly recommend this product.
It protects against rust and other diseases. The oil is pure florinated. Teflon is in an oil state. It's perfect for cables and pivots. Rejuvenates rubber seals and wipers.
👤I didn't give it any stars because it's not advertised for a dropper, but some people did recommend it. I thought I'd let people know. When I used it on my dropper, it made the post really slow and made it feel like it was seized. I thought the post had been destroyed. It wasn't the first time I used it. I used Finish Line Max Suspension Spray to see if I could recover it. It started working again. I didn't pay much attention to it. I didn't have the spray with me when I went away. I used the oil. The same problem was developed again. The oil seems to be fine on the fork. It was not life-changing. Someone recommended Finish Line Max Suspension Spray after I bought this first. The fork felt great after the spray pulled dirt out of the seals. I carry the frono oil in my tool bag because I don't bother using it anymore. I don't know why one of the products doesn't work on the dropper when they are both designed for suspension. Hope this helps.
👤I do my own work on the herd. I don't have the latest bikes. I like keeping my upper mid range bikes at 110% and using the money I save to go on a few trips. Over the past couple of years I have been experimenting with different chain lubes. The shocks are more smooth. There is less dust. The dropper seat post has changed the most. The dropper is very smooth. If you really take care of your bike, you should add this to your bag of tricks. PS... I like the Finish LIne DRY Lubricant with Teflon for the chain. I find a lot of chain lubes just build up a wax film that collects dust. The Finish Line should be dry. It's my go to lubricant.
👤It works great for mountain bike suspension stanchions. You need so little of it that a single bottle lasted me for several years. It leaves your skin feeling slippery without gloves. It's one of those things that works too well to be good for the environment and so use with care. The performance is great. After applying it to the stanchions, you can immediately feel the difference.
👤This stuff makes a huge difference in my post. I can keep my dropper working well with less pressure because of this stuff. I can't tell a lot about the fork, but it does seem to make it more stable, and it seems to repel the dust off the stanchions.
👤This will make a big difference for me. I'm thinking of doing slickoleum. It's recommended for stanchions. It makes sense to try fox bath oil. The lube in the dropper is a more slick-oleum-kind, not a super thin slick liquidy fluoro oil.
👤Disappointed. There were no red straws in the hole of the bottle. It was difficult to squeeze it on the suspension tubes and close to the wheel. There is a Product is ok. How difficult is it to make a proper package?
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.
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.
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.
We 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 price of premium lubration is higher. Muc-Off eBike All-Weather Chain Lube is a premium formula that creates a durable coating for unparalleled lubrication. There is a reduced curfew. Their synthetic formula provides ultra-low friction to ensure excellent efficiency throughout your ride, whether on or off road. Water-Replenishment: Their formula is non-fling and deep into the chain link to create a durable guard against rust. The bike is SPECIFIC. Their lube is designed to handle the higher loads applied to an electric bike. There is resilience in all weather. Muc-Off eBike All-Weather Chain Lube is the perfect choice for long-distance performance.
👤Not packaged. There is a small device and no extension straw.
👤The product was delivered with a short nozzle, not the long stem pictured in the description. The cap was cracked and there was no padding in the box.
Reduces wear on sliding and rolling surfaces and can be applied quickly. 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 motors, 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.
👤3-in-One Multi-Purpose Oil has been around for a long time. It's reputation and quality have been known for a long time. There is a major issue. That is the container. It is plastic, and not metal like it had been. These plastic bottles have had terrible experiences with me. The first one leaked all the oil. The second one had a cap that was so tight that the entire top of the bottle came off when I pulled it off. There is a The product is still great, but there are real issues with the cheap plastic containers that the company uses to hold the oil.
👤My fans were making a lot of noise and I oiled them. They were fixed. One reviewer said to poke a small hole in the tube to get a small amount of oil. No need to cut a lot off. Will revise this when I know how long the fans are open.
👤I haven't used 3-In-One Oil in decades, but my first impression was the same as other reviewers: I wish they used the original metal can. You can smell the oil without opening the package. The smell of oil is present, but there is no sign of leak. I hope that doesn't violate shipping laws. I have never ordered oil by mail. It works as usual.
👤This is the description Oval plastic bottle has good quality oil. If the bottle is knocked over, the cap on the lanyard can't get lost. There is a The tip should be cut using a sharp knife. > The "lanyard" keeps the cap from getting lost and is ideal for lubricating door hinges, awning windows, etc. > Does not stain things. Strong but not unpleasant. It works well as a penetrating oil for loosened bolts and screws. It works well for removing labels, but it's safer to use WD 40 for removing gum from books, because it will eventually evaporate.
👤Cheap. It was effective. There are many uses. I bought it to protect the barbell in my home gym. After having a baby, I used it to oil every creaky hinge or sticky lock in the house. Works well. It gets in there because it's thin. I like to use it with microfiber rags, so that I can get some oil onto the surface, then run the oil in with the rag. It cleans rust off too. The hinges on our house have never been quieter or better.
👤I always grab my 3 in 1 oil when I need something lightly lubricating. I use it on my clipper. A lot goes a long way. I always take the cheap fans that use AC motors and cheap sleeve bushings apart, clean emery cloth the shafts, and use a touch of 3 in 1 oil, which makes them very quiet.
👤I would give 5 stars. I used it to get rid of noise. Just a few drops in clefts of hinges and a tissue towel to remove excess drippings. There was no noise at all. So helpful. I don't know what to do with the rest of the bottle. It is very effective. The only thing that can be removed from oil or product is the smell on your hands. After working with it, wash your hands.
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