Are you talking about the squeeze bottle stuff? If not, the current blue spray can version is crap.So I am taking your guys opinion of this chain lube. I have always been a kerosene/WD40 cleaning guy with a drop of 90w as a finish. I have always had good results. But walking through Lowes a few months ago I remembered this thread. Since then I have been using the Teflon stuff on CNC screw drives, hinges and just about everything that needs lubing. Stuff seems really good. So tonight I cleaned my chain and put it on. I have my fingers crossed
Exactly. Although if you look a couple pages back, I had a less than great experience with the squeeze bottle. Similar to what webBikeWorld noted, it's a mess to apply (and I'm not typcially a person that cares about mess). Duckman didn't seem to mind though. The biggest down side was that I got approximately 2.5 appliations out of the squeeze bottle as most of it ended up on the floor in a spooge pile.I've been using the Dupont teflon for over 4 years and love it. When I heard that they changed the formula, I went to my local hardware store to see if they still had it. All the spray cans were the new formula. They had 4 squeeze bottles of the old formula, so i bought all of them. I still have half a can of the spray, so I'm gonna burn through that before i resort to using the squeeze bottles.
I couldn't find the new chain formula at the closest WalMart and I ain't searching every WalMart until I find some. =P
Have a good one.