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I have been using Silkolene Pro Chain Lube (full synthetic). I like it because it is clear, and looks correct on vintage bikes. I hate the white or blue chain lubes. Anyway, locally I can now only find Silkolene Chain Lube, not the "Pro" version. Has anyone ever used this and if so can you tell me if it is also clear. Their website doesn't say. Thanks.
 

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I haven't used either one but I took a few minutes to search around to see what I could find out.

Pro is full synthetic.
non-Pro is semi-synthetic.

I also read that Pro goes on clear, but nowhere could I find any reference to the non-Pro going on clear.

I'd guess that means no.
 

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That was my guess too. Hoping someone had tried it. Every time you get used to a product nowadays they change it on you. And my local shops just don't carry much variety anymore. Guess because people buy online so much.
 

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Not a direct answer to your question, but Spectro makes a chain lube that goes on clear. All their products are tops, and also made in America if you're into that sort of thing.
 

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