The chemistry is patented. Wet Ride is a synthetic lubricant that is perfect for long distances and wet weather. Premium synthetic oils repel water and make this lube waterproof. Eliminates noise, delivers smooth shifts and lubrication intervals.
👤I hate that black city street dirt that ends up coating my bike so I usually use White Lightning Epic Ride. I thought it would be better to go with a longer-wearing chain lube until the weather gets nicer. I am very pleased with this lube. It seems to stand up to wet conditions better than the epic ride. I use a lot more of it per application, but since it lasts longer it is probably a wash. I knew it was a trade off and it was grimier than Epic. I was making something. I will almost certainly switch back to Epic Ride once the weather clears up, but for the winter this is my new go-to.
👤This works for anything that needs lubrication and is subject to wet and dirt. I have used it on a bicycle. This can be used in a Plantinum certified building, as it doesn't smell at all, and can be used indoors. I have a wet ride that works on brass, steel, and copper, and it will hurt them. It's a must have for the tool box.
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👤Can't speak enough about this. It is a life saver and it has a very friendly smell. This is safe for buildings with a Platinum level.
👤I use this on some of the bikes that get abused more around my shop, it prevents rust, but needs to be reapplied every few days if it is used in wet conditions, unlike standard chain oil and dry conditions that last longer.
👤It seems to work. I am very happy with my purchase.
👤I use this lubricate for door hinges on my home. Its very slippery. It does not attract grease or dirt. It's important to keep the black graphite on the woodwork.
👤I use it on my bike chain frequently. Peace for a great product.
👤Black chain grease on my calf was an issue, but now it's gone.
👤The delivery service was great. This is a great lubricant for my bike. I cycle in all weathers to get to work and this is a great way to keep my chain free from rust.
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The product is outdoor rejuvenation. 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.
👤The picture doesn't match the product. Squeeze bottle in picture The spray can was delivered to me. I thought I was ordering a squeeze bottle. Still, 5 stars. I use my knife on a daily basis. It's not sloppy or loose, but it's really good. It doesn't evaporate quickly. It smells like Hoppe's oil. When wiped on cloth, it is clear. I'm waiting for the weather to warm up so I can try on my bike chain. Expectations for good results.
👤The squeeze bottle with straw is not the 6 ounce aerosol can. It's useless for precision applications. The aerosol does not have a straw. A 6 ounce squeeze bottle is not available for purchase. Be careful.
👤I have used it for a long time. It is an excellent lubricant for moving parts. It has worked well for me on a lot of things. I use it on metal that moves.
👤I've been using this stuff for a year now, and I'm impressed. I used to be a lifelongWD-40 adherent, but using Tri-flow has kept my bike silent and healthy. It's used in my wheel hubs, suspension, joints, and chain. It's just about anywhere that needs lubrication to keep it from seizing up. You're good to go if you wipe away the excess.
👤My eyes are tired. I used their image to find a squeeze bottle. It is a spray.
👤Excellent teflon-based lubricant! 6 ounces in a spray can. The price from BikeWorldUSA was the best on Amazon.
👤The product was the right one, but the description and picture were wrong. I received a can. Not a sneeze.
👤I use this to lubricate vinyl windows.
Greatly reduces bearing and drivetrain wear. Boeshield is great for use in a lot of things. It is safe on any metal surface, plastic, or vinyl. Penetrates moving parts and wipes out dirt and old lubricating oils. It is a thin, waxy film that clings to metal for months.
👤The way it works is great, but each of the last two cans I have purchased have stopped spraying very soon after use. A can of spray that lasts for less than 10% of the contents is too much money. I need to find an alternative. I contacted the company that makes Boeshield. They were great to deal with. I was told to put the cans in the water for an hour. It was perfect. There are no more issues. There is a The original products were replaced by the company. The company and product were excellent. I highly recommend.
👤I use T-9 on my band saw, table saw and drill pres tables in my garage wood shop. It was easy to use, just spray and wipe. You have to clean the tables first because it does not deep clean. It did a good job of protecting as you don't use the equipment. Great product for long term storage. It doesn't hold up to multiple uses when it's on the table. The can nozzle broke after 3 uses. I've tried calling the customer service number on the can, but it always goes to voicemail. They don't return phone calls. There are many reviews with similar complaints about packaging. I'm not sure if this needs to be aerosol. Atrigger sprayer is probably better. I don't recommend and won't buy it back. There is an update. Boeshield reached out via e-mail after I posted the review. I called them. The guy on the phone was the one who e-mailed me. He was very pleasant and asked for the code. He explained that they were trying to get all the bad cans out of the market and that it was a bad batches. He sent me a new can that arrived in 2 days. So far, so good. The product is great, but I only gave it 2 stars because of the can. I am going to upgrade to 5 stars for the product and one for the service because of the excellent customer service.
👤The description says it is drying to a thin wax and has a nice spray coming out of the can. Don't believe it. After shaking the can, the spray comes out as a coarse stream. It is impossible to get any kind of coverage on the object. I used a small brush to spread it out. There is a For the fun part. It never dries to a thin film. After the solvent smell goes away, I have a thick oily film that had to be wiped off a lot of a very irregular surface with lots of nooks and crannies. The same results can be obtained by spraying motor oil on anything that needs protection. If this is the way Boeing is making products, I can understand why they are crashing.
👤I've used it for many jobs. More of a wax in solvent than a dry teflon lube. I've used it on bicycle chains but it's much messier than applying normal chain wax in naptha. It works well for coating surfaces that things slide on. The sprayer nozzle is not working. I almost threw the can away because of the reviews. Warming the can will cause the wax in the spray nozzle to melt and it will work again. If you have a source of hot water, you can make it work. It's not very convenient to have to heat it up to use it, so the can should have this remedy printed on it.
China is the country of origin. The only bike cleaner that can penetrate deep into the dirt. It cuts through the dirt on your bike. It's perfect for all types of bike. All bike components are safe. No sweat, spray on and wash off. Universal Fit is the type of fit. Universal Fit is the type of fit.
👤I was skeptical at first, but after a few uses, I became a believer in the Muc-Off fast action bike cleaner. I buy the 5L to save money. This is a great value for me, as I ride year round. I used to use car soap to clean my bikes, but thought it was just a fad. I was surprised that Muc-Off was able to break down the trail mud and muck, allowing for almost scrub free cleaning. I almost said it, because a soft brush helps get the frame and bike components clean. You just spray Muc-Off on your bike, sit and soak for a few minutes, use a sponge or soft bristle brush to wipe off the dirt, and rinse off. It is best done in the shade if it is sunny. The cleaner will be dried out quickly by the direct sun and heat. I like that it doesn't damage the brake parts. After dry dusty rides or just maintenance cleaning, for light cleaning. Muc-Off is still strong to clean my MTB, even though I have a separate spray bottle. There is a Muc-Off bike cleaner is a bonus because it is non-biodegradable. I will use a product that won't damage the environment if I can. It's great if that product is one of the best at what it does. Thank you for reading my review, I hope you found it helpful.
👤This stuff works great. The issue is with the water. To use this product, you have to wet your bike and rinse it off. The Service Manager at the largest bike shop in my area told me that washing your bike can cause bearing issues. At least once every three months he has someone come in with their bike that has this issue and the primary reason is because they wash their bike after every use. If your bike is dirty, you may want to use this product. He suggested spraying the cleaner on and wiping it off.
👤Since the spray head is not included, you can buy a liter of concentrate for a little bit more and buy a nice spray bottle for the future. I was going to give a moderate review until Amazon admitted that the listing was misleading and fixed it for other people. I am trying to save you the headaches since they won't! You can boycott Amazon and buy at the store.
👤Triumph recommended this product to me. It ruined the brushed aluminum finish on my Triumph Speed Twin. I reached out to the company via their Facebook page, and the representative said they would send me a product that might help. They never did. This product is too acidic for some surfaces. If you care about the way your vehicle looks, I wouldn't recommend using this on anything other than the underside of the fender, skid plate, or such places that are important to you.
👤It's ideal for washing bikes that have dirt that resists washing off, and it's strong. There is a If you have cuts, you will feel it with this product. It felt like hell. When I tested this product on older finishes, it cleaned up nicely, even though it was soaking them in. Pink colored products that are cheaper tend to dull the finish. Get the real Muc Off stuff. I don't think it's necessary to use this product full strength all the time. I recommend making two spray bottles, one at full strength, ideal for scrubbing tires, and the other at a strength to use on the rest of the bike, for those of us that store bikes indoors with carpet. There is a You can use a lighter solution if you wash your bikes frequently. If you tend to wash your bike on a schedule, use more product. It will dry up faster under direct sunlight. The best way to wash it off is to spray it on and let it sit for a few minutes then wash it off with a sponge and hose.
The cleaning kit can be used as a daily household cleaning tool. The bike cleaner has an ease of use; it cleans dirt, Clay, and chain soils quickly. Two rust and oxidation inhibitors protect metal surfaces from flash rusting and five unique cleaning agents create high speed cleaning effect. The bio-cleaning material does not contain any of the chemicals that can damage the environment. Once exposed to common soil-bornebacteria, more than 60% of PRODUCT's base oils will degrade. The air regulatory board in California is carbon compliant and free of hazardous air pollutants.
👤I've been looking for a good bike wash for a long time. My bike was getting dirty with water spots all over the fenders and frame from riding in the rain and mud, but this bike wash made my bike shine like new after just one quick wash! There is a The bike wash was easy to apply, you just spray it all over, scrub it around, and rinse it off. I kept it off my handlebars and gear shift just in case, because the manufacturer says you can use it on everything. I focused on my chain, frame, and fender as they were the dirtiest. The soap made a difference, it washed away all the dirt on my chain, and the frame and fender sparkled in the sunlight after it dried. When my bike gets dirty, I will definitely use this bike wash again. My bike looked fresh from the assembly line after this wash. Make sure to care for your bike parts after you wash them, like putting a lubricating agent on the chain and cassette, and checking your brakes.
👤It's nice that this stuff foams up when sprayed on the bike. It doesn't really cut grease. It would be fine if it was just to loosen the dirt. If you're degreasing, cleaning, and re-lubing your chain, and riding your bike outside, you're going to end up with a lot of dust on the frame. My brother said that he uses furniture polish to clean and protect, and that it also cleans better. I tried it. He's correct.
👤I've used this bike wash on both my bikes and it works great. The spray bottle version doesn't have a more diffuse "mist" setting, and the spray setting that is available doesn't spread the product out as well as it could, so I probably end up using more bike wash than necessary. Looking into replacing a spray bottle. If you keep the gallon jug upright, it's fine, but it's probably not going to ship the way you think. In my case, Amazon took a box marked "This Side Up" and put it into a larger box. The seal on the jug was partially torn apart by the cleaner when it was tipped on it's side in transit. The jug is sealed in a plastic bag to keep it from leaking. There was a little mess to deal with and a cup of cleaner wasted because of the leak or the cleaner eating through the bag.
👤Works like a champion. Was impressed. Normally I use soapy water, but this time I was wrong. It scrubs while you wait. Grab a rag and wipe it off. It's very easy to wipe it clean and rinse it with water. Small dents are taken off. Tired of bike lock scratches. This might work. There are a lot of uses. I was worried about how long this would last, but it seems to be holding up great, I have more than one bottle left. Good value. There is a I am not sure about the pink color, but I like it.
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.
Click on the name above in blue to view their full catalog of Welders, abrasives, chain/wire rope, tools and more. In one easy step, clean and lube. It loosens and removes dirt as it delivers a lubricating film. It reduces pedaling noise and premature component wear. Anti-rust Additives are perfect for coastal areas.
👤I have to say that this stuff works well for me. I did very little scrubbing in the before and after photos I took. When I clean my mountain bike, I don't go for showroom quality. I used a toothbrush and some cleaner to get around the cassette. I used a rag on the chain. After cleaning around the chain, I spray a light coat on it. It is easy to keep track of and only one bottle.
👤I ride about 300 miles a month. I don't believe in a 1-step system when you combine two functions that are different. I usually use a chain scrubber filled with Simple Green liquid degreaser and Rock n Roll lube to finish it off. I decided to try the 1-step cleaner to see if it works. The chain scrubber didn't pick up all the leftover dirt. It acts like a water jet that blasts away all the dirt and debris, leaving the chain like new. I don't think it can match the lubrication of Rock n Roll, but it's pretty darn good if I have to compare it to this item. I followed the instructions and applied a second coat. I'm very happy with this product. I would apply the Rock n Roll lube as a second layer every couple hundred miles if I added this to my usual cleaning routine. I don't have to use the Rock n Roll every time. This item takes care of all the work in a single step.
👤Don't buy if you're warned. The cap is proof that it is a child. The cap instructions are formed in the cap and not a sticker, so it is my fault. I have to take the chain off because I broke the spray nozzle neck. The whole purpose of this product was lost. I don't know if it's a good product yet. If you squeeze first, it's not hard to get off the cap.
👤This isn't as good as cleaning your gear. If you aren't going for perfectness, it's much simpler and saves time. Make sure to wipe off the excess lube with some small brushes. It should be mostly dry.
👤The product is good, but the nozzle sprays too much. A comparable can of WD-40 does not. If you are trying to use it on a bicycle chain, it is a waste. The chain is flooded. There is a The cap is almost impossible to remove. You can either leave it off or use a razor blade to cut down the plastic cap so it doesn't grab the can as hard. There is a The delivery system sucks because the liquid inside is great.
👤It's quick and easy to maintain your drivetrain. I spray this stuff on after I rise the grit off. The pedals are going around smoothly. There is a It can cause black sludge to accumulate on your chainrings for several hours, so be careful where you store your bike.
👤I use my bike to commute. The bike is especially hard in the winter with all the ice, water, chemicals, dirt and salt. I use White Lightning Wash & Shine to clean the bike and then follow it up with a lubricating agent. I dripped a few drops of this into the shackles and the NY Standard U-lock opened and closed like new.
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.
Will not desolvelacquors or varnishes. The Olive Sprayer is a food grade material and can be directly loaded into oil for use. This product is green and will reduce your carbon footprint. It is convenient and fuel efficient to use a Multipurpose Oil Sprayer Bottle for frying steak, grilling, baking, salad, air fryer and other home users. The real kitchen helpers are loved by chefs and gourmets. Each time you pull the lever, the exact amount of oil delivered is calculated, and you'll get 14 of oil for total control of calories in your kitchen. It can be used in the kitchen or carried outside. It's easy to carry. You can fill it with your favorite oil. 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. 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.
👤Over the last several years, I have bought 4 other popular sprayers. They are all in landfill now-broken,clogged,ineffective, etc. It is non pressurized, which is a good thing, because there is no mist flying around your kitchen. You know how much you are using with it being sprays per pull. A fan spray is not a stream. I have refilled it 5 times so far, which is more than my other sprayers. I will buy it again if it conks out. Nuff said that he uses this for air frying. This is quicker and easier to use than an oil mister, as there is no preliminary pumping involved. It is important to swing before you stop. Failure to do that results in an even coating with oil all over. There is a It is important to pull the gun at a constant speed. How do you do that? Don't worry about it. Pull the thing. Pull your sweep all the way down. It should take less than a second. If you try to do it any slower than that, you will have issues because it is almost impossible to do it steadily. There is a If you want to get used to it, you should just use it a few times over the sink. There is a Try 2 things if you have an issue with the bottle squirting clumps in 1 direction. Pull harder. If you pull too slowly, it's a common issue. A single spray should take about a second. Warm soapy water can be used to clean the issue. You can fill the whole thing with soapy water and give it a few squirts if you need them.
👤I bought this oil sprayer to allow single shot fine mists of cooking oil over my grilled meats and vegetables. I like to cook my food with oils that bring out flavors and keep it moist and from drying out on the grill. I tried the oil first and it gave me a mist over my target area. A quarter of a cup. These small amounts allow you to Guage and figure out the exact amount for your taste. The item is free of any chemicals that would affect the wholesomeness of the oil. It's easy to clean and fill. This item has helped with portion control of oil and is a lot cleaner to deal with.
👤I usually use the pump style air-pressurized oil misters, but thought I'd try this one out on a recommendation. I wish I'd known about this one before I bought the PoC, it fell apart when I took it out of the box and hasn't held air since. This one is not a pump style air-pressurized one. It is a spray bottle. The mister sprays evenly across the surface of my food or cooking vessel. I can put oil on my food. It is a joy to use.
👤It was packed well and received timely. Cleaned using soapy water and then shortened a tube to pick up the nozzle. The oil was used to mist the chicken. It worked well. mist fried fish worked fine, used a few days later. Since, have used at least three more times. I was going to air fry a chicken breast. The top plastic cap is cracked. Don't know how it happened. It can't be over-tightened as it is just a quarter turn to attach. It hasn't been abused or dropped. There is a crack. It's made of cheap plastic. Very disappointed. I will use until my new one arrives. This is not a good idea.
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.
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.
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