Iï¿½ve used this product for years.
I pour some in an empty Gatorade bottle, put my chain in and shake! Then into another Gatorade bottle with water and shake. Let dry then do my wax routine.
I purchased these in colors to match my bikes. Not because I am vain, my bikes are. Disappointed at how quickly they gum up and muck up. They're supposed to be some kind of free flowing, two of the bikes I've installed them on have consistently stopped up. Rather disappointed. Looking good is only part of it. You expect it to work better
I use these Rotor Covers over the Discs of my FTB when I carry it on a Bike Rack that fits into my Car's Trail Hitch Receptacle. The FTB is oriented cross wise to the direction of car travel, so the full surface area of the rotor is subjected to Road Spray. Since we allow salt use on our roads in the Winter in MN, this salt frequently gets on the rotors of my FTB when transporting it on the Cars Rear Bicycle Rack. This in turn, if not immediately removed before I ride the bike contaminates the Bike's Disc Brake Pads and I get the "Dreaded" Noisy (squeaky) Brake Syndrome. I have used this covers several times, to protect my FTB's Rotors from Road Spray while being transported on my Car's Bike Rack. Speeds approach 70 MPH and the Rotor's where kept clean. I bought (2) other pair for my friends.
I switched to tubeless tires about nine months ago, when I upgraded the wheels on my bike. These stems work great and installing them was very easy. I've had absolutely no problems with them and they appear to be well made. It's also convenient to have one of the caps function as a value-stem removal tool.
Adding new or additional sealant is easy with these stems. Just take out the value stem using the valve cap that functions as a removal too. Then inject the desired amount or sealant, and re-install the stem. I use a Park Tool sealant injector for injecting the sealant.
If there's any downside to these stems, it's that they are a bit expensive.