no-toil.....spray or 16oz bottle

I ordered 12oz spray from TT store and they sent 16 oz bottle.

If you use no-toil which do you like better?

Throw the No-Toil away.

Twin Air bio = more tacky, better water resistance, same clean-up method.

I've only used the bottle-not the spray. Works great for me. :naughty:

Throw the No-Toil away.

Twin Air bio = more tacky, better water resistance, same clean-up method.

I agree ... a waste of money - anything but no toil......

I use Maxima FAB-1 spray and their FFT liquid alternately, depending on how much time I have (how lazy I am). The liquid takes longer to set up, apply, and clean up after than the spray, but it does a more thorough job. Dowsing the filter in liquid oil and wringing it into the foam gets it oiled 100% through.

You can do a good job with spray, but you have to work several applications of oil in to be sure you get coverage. Just spraying it on the outside ain't gonna get it. You will miss a spot, and it'll just be on top of the foam.

The Maxima stuff in either flavor is so sticky that I never grease the filter flange anymore. I just smear a layer of the oil on the flange and in a few minutes it's so tacky I can stick it on a wall. Cleans up with any good foam filter cleaner, or simple green, etc.

I also like the 16oz bottle, no problems with using using no-toil, as of yet. We've used it on a pw50, cr-80, kx-85, drz-110, yz-426, yz-450, and KX-500

I have used both and like the spray better. I spray both the outside and inside and work it around with my hands to make sure it is covered. Seems to be more even then dumping it on

I ordered 12oz spray from TT store and they sent 16 oz bottle.

If you use no-toil which do you like better?

I wanted to use twin air stuff but couldn't find it locally & didn't have time to wait for it to show up from the TT Store. Went to local dealers & all I could find was the 16oz no-toil.

Take your cleaned filter & throw it in a 1 gallon zip-lock freezer bag, dump some oil in, seal it up (make sure to get as much air out as possible while sealing the bag), & work it into the filter. :naughty:

I wanted to use twin air stuff but couldn't find it locally & didn't have time to wait for it to show up from the TT Store. Went to local dealers & all I could find was the 16oz no-toil.

Take your cleaned filter & throw it in a 1 gallon zip-lock freezer bag, dump some oil in, seal it up (make sure to get as much air out as possible while sealing the bag), & work it into the filter. :naughty:

thanks, that was my next question. I guess dunking filter in a container would cause excess oil.

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