Chris in GA
First of all its Maxima so that alone means its good. The trick to Chain Wax is the application process. I clean my chain every time I wash the bike. I clean the chain first, let it dry and sit it in the sun to get nice and hot. Saturate all sides and each link with Chain Way and let it dry in the garage in a cool spot. Once the wax congeals, wipe the excess lightly with a shop rag and re-install for the next ride. Keeps the bike, rear shock, rear wheel and my boots looking good. Its also very good for oiling the hinges on the race trailer ramp door and the ball hitch...DON'T USE IT FOR CABLE LUBE!!!Read All Reviews
AARON in WA
You need to use this if you use fuel with Ethanol. This will counter the effects of Ethanol on your motor as well as condition your fuel. I use this in all my gas toys and tools. I treat the fuel cell in my toy hauler and then everything gets a dose.Read All Reviews
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