WD-40 BIKE® Dry Lube 4 oz

UPC 079567 39001 5
UPC 079567 39001 5
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WD-40 BIKE® Dry Lube

WD-40 BIKE® Dry Lube, keeps the ride smooth when dust flies. The Dry Lube is specifically formulated for dry & dusty conditions. Polymers in the Dry Lube formula quickly form a dry film to protect your chain and repel dirt in arid or dusty conditions. Prevents friction damage and helps extend chain life. The no-wax formula will not build up inside chain links and drivetrain.

  • Specialist formulated for dry & dusty conditions
  • Helps extend life of bike chain
  • 50-state VOC compliant
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MRNOBSGUY

Terrible cap. Let parents be parents !!

The cap is terrible. Once I loosen the cap I have to man handle it to remove the cap. If it is supposed to be "child proof" lube can still come out. Common guys, make an old school cap. So now I have to cut the cap and look for a small nail to cap it and maybe other people to and defeat the purpose you guys intended to. Common wd-40 you guys are not a startup company. Need to include instructions how to use the california gas can spill proof version of your bike lube.

Thank you for reaching out about the WD-40 BIKE® Dry Chain Lube. To apply the product, the tip should be twisted open – you shouldn’t pull off the entire cap. If you unscrew the whole cap, then you will run into child safety mechanism, but if you just twist the top part, you shouldn’t run into this issue.
- June 12, 2019
Qpoe

A great dry lube that does build up over time.

I'm back to order again and I was hoping to find a larger bottle to refill the smaller ones. WD40 dry lube was recommended to me from my local bike shop who everyone good trusts. He told me to use it because I just had him replace a XTR series cassette and chain which set me back $400. I was using white lighting before and they only lasted me 800 miles. Since then I've gone through 3 bottles of the WD40 dry and a little of the wet on 6 bikes between my family and a total of 2500-3000 miles of mountain bike riding. So far I haven't even needed to replace a chain. Even though the description says it doesn't cause build-up, it does. Mainly on the 2 idler pulleys. After every 10-20 rides or 150-300 miles of offroad I suggest taking a pick and cleaning them off to prevent dirt build up that can cause excessive wear. My main complaint would be that these buy it now links from the manufacture's website directs people to Amazon. They should be going to any of the online bike shops who support them, our trails, and us. My suggestion is to offer a 12-24 oz bottle for refiling. Something that every bike shop should have and use.

Liesel

Best chain oil ever!

...and I'm a professional bike mechanic. I thought, let's give it a try. Silenced-up the gears and shifts better than new.

Atari

Old style lid is idiotic

I have the old style of lid for this bottle, which is supposed to be child proof. It probably is. The problem is that it leaks all over when I'm applying it. I've returned the bottle to the store for a refund after trying another bottle that did the same thing. The thing is, for a company like WD40, it's not just one guy that designs something like that. Many people would have had to approve this design. No one caught this??? I can't say anything about the product itself, or if the new lid (according to the picture) is any better.