This Pedro's Chainj lubricant separates itself from most lubes on the market the last 10 years. It is not the typical waxed based, dry, teflon, or ultra light chain lube you may have grown accustomed to. It is brown and remains oily and wet on the chain. I put it on my race bike and was pretty disappointed. It left my chain and sprockets brown and oily and took away from the ultra clean look I like. After two rides I cleaned it off and reapplied Pro Link lube, which I tediously reapply every week or so. So why would you want to use the Pedros?
1. Stays on long: I used this on my commuter, mountain bike, and my kids bikes that sometimes get left outside. The stuff just stays on and keep the drive train quiet and rust free.
2. Doesnt grease up: It seems to hold its wetness without the developing black grease right away.
3. Cleans up easy: Cleans off easy with simple green unlike waxy products.
If you have a commuter bike that sees a lot of weather, need extra protection for that muddy or wet cross race, or need a chain lube you can apply and forget about, Chanj is a good product. I think its made from olive oil so make sure to wipe a lot of excess off the chain. If you like a clean chain and are a fair weather rider you will want to stay away from this stuff.