Protection From Dirt and Dust — Squirt Dry Lube
Struggling to keep your chains lubricated? Backed by science, the Squirt Chain Lube has a special top-secret formula that keeps your chains clean without a second thought. The combination of waxes and water lasts long and even extends drive train life so you can enjoy longer rides without fearing a gearing mishap.
A long-lasting emulsion is the key to a lube that actually works, upgrading your lubrication with a protective layer against dirt and dust. This formula is also 100% biodegradable — allowing you to enjoy eco-conscious dry summer rides with a dry lube that washes off easily.
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Mfg PartNum: SQ-06
Squirt lube doesn't the grit to stick to your chain. Don't get me wrong, your chain still gets dirty but it doesn't seem to hold on to the grit like liquid chain lubes do. Love it!! Been using for a couple seasons now.
The product is definite quality. It lasts a long time and does a great job of not picking up dirt like wet lubes do. Before finding this I used traditional wet lube on chain and pivot points. Now, after trying this for a season I won't ever go back. And buy yourself a larger bottle. It's cheaper.
A great lube that is hard to beat even by the dry lubes that cost twice as much. Besides keeping your chain happy, it works great on sliding glass doors. I tried every lube with no results and finally decided to try some Squirt and it did the job.
My drivetrain is definitely faster since switching to Squirt. It doesn't attract dirt like traditional lube, so I can reapply 1x or 2x between full cleanings. But mostly because -- with Squirt and a quick link -- it's so easy to clean the chain. I think lab tests show Squirt's pretty low friction. In my world, it's super low, because I no longer put off deep-cleaning. Just hot water and dish soap! I hate dealing w/ degreaser, trying to dispose of it safely, so I prob put off cleaning. No longer.
I like this on my road bike but not so sure about my mountain bike. I like a silent chain, this has worked great on my road bike. My mountain bike sounded like there was no lube on the chain at all. I thought i forgot to lube it kn my first ride after cleaning my bike. Once i got home I applied some more and still sounds like a dry chain. I have followed all the instructions perfectly. Now that we are in fall starting winter it might be a while before the mountain bike gets used again. Will have to update once i get some more rides on MTN bike.
I have been using Squirt for over 10 years now. It's a great product manufactured in South Africa that is perfect for my dry and warm climate riding. I have never been happier with a dry wax lube. Squirt keeps my chain and drivetrain sounding like a swiss watch. I highly recommend this product.
Maybe it's the super wet spring we've had here, but Squirt just didn't work. Followed all the directions, stripping factory lube from a new chain. Let one coating dry, then added a second coat. Let it dry overnight. Chain was a noisy mess by mile 75 of a century ride. Gave it a good cleaning with soap and water, reapplied Squirt, same result on the following weekends long ride. Going back to my old lube.
Ive been using Squirt for more than a year. I live in a coastal area and some lubricants seem to attract sand that will wear the drive train. One application of Squirt tends to last about 300 miles. It doesnt attract sand and only requires a wipe down of the chain every few rides.
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