lol, that shit isn't for anything other than a door hinge for a few days.
I wasted $4 on a can of that stuff. wd-40 works 100 times better.
if you guys understood the working of a chain you'd use real chain lube.
a chain isn't 100% sealed. the bushings you see between the links, go take a real close up look at them. they move side to side. there is no seal on them.
even on a brand new chain, there is a massive amount of play. those bushings are what breaks first on a chain. I have a DID Evr-2 (that's a $150 chain) that lost 3 of them from not lubing it in 10k miles.(see pic below)
my stock chain that I lubed all the time lasted 26k miles. the only reason I changed it is because the sprockets were getting worn out.
in this pic, notice the missing bushin the ink pen is pointing at.
this is because someone never ever lubed it.
also notice the space/play the bushings have between the links. all chains are like this. this is where you need the lube to get into. so that's why real chain lubes are formulated with high load approved lube. using stuff like teflon spray and wd-40 isn't meant for stuff like that.