Oils, Lubes, & Cleaning Supplies
I use this on my trainer bike mostly as it doesn't make the mess the longer lasting lube I use on the road does. It lasts long enough for me on the trainer. I don't use it as directed, which is a cleaner first then lube. To me it works fine to wipe the chain down with a towel, then put a drop on each roller then run it through all the gears and then wipe the excess off the chain. When I used it outdoors it would last about a week, or around 200 miles in dry and paved road surfaces. I use it as my rest stop lube on ultra distance gravel rides too and it lasts long enough to get to the next rest stop .
I live in a seaside community where I CANNOT have my cycling gear deteriorate rapidly due to sea salt in the air.
I used this product on my newly-installed Yakima Roof Rack, lock cores, overhead bike rack and cargo box's stainless steel parts.
It STOPPED already-growing rust on a newly-installed product, DEAD in it's tracks. A little rust smut easily disappeared...
I like the UV indicator, so you can visibly see where you've been with the product and what you've missed.
If you have a roof rack or want to protect your bike,...this is IT!
I've been using D-tech on my road bike and bikepacking rig for several years. It holds to the chain really well and lasts. I carry a small bottle for trips when I expect dry, gritty conditions.