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Muck Off rode the Team Sky train and emerged as a provider of various lubes, cleaners, and other bike maintenance products. I tried the Muck Off cleaner and it worked well, so the lube was worth a try on my new Canyon Ultimate CF SLX Di2. I did not strip the chain before applying (other than to wipe off most of the residue applied for shipment and storage. I applied a few drops along the chain and wiped off the excess. The chain has been quiet and skip-free. Chain wear is too early to tell, but I'm pretty fastidious about the drivetrain, so 10k miles on a DT is not unusual. The product is tick enough to be easy to apply and see as it spreads (too many lubes are so thin they drip off moments after application). Overall, a decent product.
I have experienced terrible chaffing in the past and wasn't satisfied with the market-leading brand of chamois cream. I've found this to be superior, considerably thicker than the other and less likely to be diluted when you sweat. I like the product so much that I bought a tube for each of my buddies.
Others have said many of the same things I have noticed about C3 Ceramic Lube. It is a clean and almost clear lube with a tint of green to it. It runs really quiet and clean, and gives a feeling that it is a premium product. I carefully apply a drop to each link (a slow process, I know) but I like to spend a few hours taking my chain off and cleaning it, along with removing my tires and cleaning my bike with wipes. After using this, it will be hard to find a better, cleaner lube that doesnt leave a big gunky mess all over the drive train.
These work well in Bontrager tubeless rims as well as a few other brands. They come with different rubber seats so you can get the best seal. The ability to tighten them with an Allen key is great and there's a flat spot on the nut that's on the rim side as well so it's easy to hold things still. Using on two sets of wheels at the moment and would recommend to others.