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Q: what is the curing or drying time average in a 70 degree F environment?
A: Fast, in a minute or less. Used product on machining tables for years. Goes on cloudy. you can wipe and re-apply, or leave on.

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  • Shiftworks
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    Don't use it

    Pros
    None

    Cons
    Too thin, too light, wears off after 30 miles on the road, and 15 miles on the dirt

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  • Gerg Eci
    *****

    T-9 is great...used for years in machine shops. Can't go wrong on your bike components needing a protective, "lubricated" metal (or non-metal) surface.
    p.s. If I read one more person posting WD-40 as a lubricant I'll cry...WD-40 is and always has been a solvent (a really effective one).

    Pros
    Spray or liquid. Dries fast (spray). Repels. Protects. Lubricates.

    Cons
    Cost.

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  • belzenbeck
    *****

    Buy it.

    Pros
    Great product,waxy film that lasts.Penetrates,lubricates Works on all surfaces. Put away that WD-40.

    Cons
    $$$~$14 a can but it lasts.

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  • rsb201
    *****

    A bit pricey but worth every penny. Great to have around your shop. It's great to use on your clip less pedal springs to keep them working smoothly. Works well on Suspension pivots too.

    Pros
    Second to none
    No messy build up

    Cons
    $$$$$$$$$

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  • chetatkinsdiet
    *****

    This stuff was invented by Boeing years ago for the aviation industry. If it's good enough for airplanes that cost millions, I think it'll be fine on your bikes. I've used it for 15 or so years and use it on everything from automotive, motorcycles, door hinges and anything else I'm working on that needs it. I really try to avoid WD-40 as it's a mess.

    Pros
    The best you can buy.
    Lubricates
    Protects
    Keeps things clean/dry
    Doesn't attract dirt

    Cons
    None

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  • basshunter
    *****

    I use this stuff for everything. it is a very good product for any bike owner to have around. got a sqeak? it will probably help.

    Pros
    lubes just about everything
    doesn't attract dirt
    penetrates well
    also works as a mild cleaner

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  • DavidPeckjr
    *****

    T-9 has pretty much replaced (I hate saying this...) my WD-40 Chains, gears, cables, Hubs(on the outside to repel dirt)hardware around the home. When I coat my chain I spray, wipe the extra, then ride the next day. It takes a bit to dry and it will throw off the extra.

    Pros
    Cleans, protects, lubes, and dries to a waxy film that does not pick up dirt.

    Cons
    Does not dry quickly

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