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16 reviews | 5 out of 5
I use this on my mountain bike and so far it's the best chain lubricant I've ever used. Goes on wet, dries quickly, and keeps the chain super clean. Love it!
I have been using this for 10 years. It gets into hard to reach places and dries to a wax like film. It will not fly off. It will not harm the o-rings on your chain. It does not attract dirt like oil-based products. Over spray is harmless-it's just a wax. I put over 10,000 miles a year on my bike so I give this product a good test. You will not find this at every Wal-Mart but it is available at many and it is worth the extra trip to stock up on several cans. Buy and use the 11 oz. spray can, not the small liquid bottle. The can works better, last longer, and with the included nozzle spray straw, you can pinpoint the spray. This is one of those dream products bikers always try to find. A product at Wal-Mart that is better than the bike shop products at fraction of the cost.
Used to use DuPont Teflon spray lubricant (blue label can) and switched to Chain Saver Wax Lubricant (yellow label) which provides the same superior lubricating properties with even less fling-off and less dirt-attraction. Because Chain Saver is wax-based ("dry" vs. "wet" formula) it doesn't have to be applied as often and doesn't gunk up the chain. I'm quite satisfied with this product.
I have 45 years of riding experience, on everything from dirt bikes to street bikes to quads/atvs. And I've never found anything that works to protect chains so effectively and cleanly as DuPont Teflon Chain Saver. Not only do my chains spin very smoothly and freely, but this stuff doesn't fling everywhere as every other chain oil did. And as a special bonus, it doesn't allow dirt to stick to it. I recommend this product highly.
I used to use motor oil and white lithium spray (since I always have them around) and would have to clean it once a week just to clean off the accumulation of grit and dirt. Of course I tried other dry lubes and they would sling off and rust would start to form. Finally, this stays on and prevents rusting while keeping the chain dry and clean! Since I ride a dual-sport this is probably the best product to use under off-road conditions and for the first time will not have to reapply on a daily basis.
I found that this degreaser recovers sticking STI shift levers. Saves replacing $200+ levers, feels more like a really light oil, no harsh solvent smell and feels like a very light baby oil when you get it on your fingers. Used in a bike shop........
This is the best CHAIN lubricant on the market. Degrease and dry chain before applying. Check out articles on internet,, this product is safe for the rubber seals on chains. PLUS,, if in storage or not being used during the winter,, will help to keep the seals from drying out.
The DuPont Teflon Chain Saver cleaned off my dirty chain and worked out all the kinks I had. I now use it once per week to keep the chain clean and lubed. Truly an amazing product!
Stays on chain not on bike
Try this on sliding doors & screens, garage doors, door hinges, etc. It is, without a doubt, the best all-around lubricant I've found - anywhere! The best part is that it does not attract or hold dirt.
This product. And it's earlier DuPont predecessor, kept the chain on my V-Strom going for 5 years and over 30,000 miles before it needed to be replaced. The bike lived outside 24/7/365 in the Chicago area the whole time. It simply has great lubrication and anticorrosive abilities. Plus no black sticky gunk gets flung all over your bike.
If it is good enough for motor cycles, I believe it is good enough for my bicycle. Used it for several years now and trying it on the trigger mechanism on my 9mm.
I really need more time to evaluate this product, but up to now its good I've only tried it a couple of times.
Great product for a motorcycle chain, and Walmart got it in very promptly.
Goes on clean, lasts a long time, works in cold temperatures. We use this on our curtain trucks in the tracks that the curtain slides on. It's waxed based and doesn't leave a greasy mess like other lubs.