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howto, welcome -- but you do need to slow your roll a bit; nobody was talking about using WD-40 as a lube, rather as a cleaner for a dirty drivetrain.

The so-called 'experts' say to use Simple Green to clean, rinse and let dry, and use lube of choice. We ALL pretty much look for shortcuts.

Where I work, we have access to a stainless steel cleaner/polish in a spray can; it's got multiple uses in my particular job, other than what was intended. One such is a combo cleaner/lube for my chain. Using it about 2x/week works pretty well.

Giant's Liquid Silk lube is one of the best I've ever seen, much less used; cleaning is a rarity with that good stuff!
 
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