TF2 Plus Dry Lubricant with Teflon Surface Protector and TF2 Dry Wax Chain Wax + Krytox

Woo hoo, Weldtite parcel time. What's inside. Chain lube, dry and wax...
 Bonus, as I've been using wax all year, since attending a Weldtite presentation on your products.

TF2 Wax. Its all about the application(in a gok wan style.)
 First you have to make sure that your drivetrain is clean and degreased. Once that's done, let the application commence. The wax goes on evenly and I find rubbing it in by hand gets a more even coat. Allow it to dry. Which can take a few hours, and then reapply. The first thing you will notice, is..................(pause for effect) shhhhhhhhh. It's really quiet! The drivetrain is almost silent. After a summer, yes I said it. A summer of racing, I'm still hooked on the stuff, you get a smooth, effortless gear change everytime, the drivetrain stays clean and free from dust and grime, and it's also easy to top it up and don't need to reapply completely, if you got away with not having to wash your bike!!!!!!!!!  Brilliant product, will continue to use, and feel free to send some more to me Weldtite, as this is my only gripe..... Not many local bike shops stock it!!!!

Dry Lube.....

I was reluctant to change as I love the wax, but a test is a test, so in I went....

Cleaned and degreased, and started to apply. It's not to runny, so easy to coat the chain, although it is quite difficult to see where you have missed. It makes the chain run quietly and keeps everything clean and dirt free. It is also easy to just top up the lube rather than having to completely recoat the drivetrain. In all another great product from Weldtite and much more readily available. Would I use it again. Yes if I can't get hold of wax, it's a great substitute.