Old 07-09-20, 10:36 AM
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Originally Posted by canopus View Post
Go to a motorcycle shop and get some chainlube from them (it is a liquid lube that hardens from aerosol form). or just use regular lube and a master link for cleaning at xxxx miles...
As a longtime motorcyclist with cans of that stuff in my garage, I would not, and do not use it on my bicycles. It works great on a motorcycle where the chain is being driven at high speed, and gets hotter, but on a bike, no. What it is great at on the bicycle, is drying to a nice sticky substance that allows dirt to be trapped on the chain. It is annoying to clean off. Use a bicycle lube, or plain oil if you want an oil based chain lube. For waxing, you may need to use some sort of oil based additive to your wax.
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