Another easy and useful, albeit not thorough solution is Dupont's Teflon Lube. It's "multi-purpose" but says o-ring safe and for use on chains. Can pick it up at Lowe's or the equivalent for less than 5 a can. But besides the nice slippery Teflon to lube the chain, they have a de-gunking formula that really just melts away allllll the sh*z that has accumulated on your chain. You can watch it just drip off the chain. And for that reason I suggest you put a rag over the swingarm and cardboard between the chain and the wheel. That keeps your swingarm mostly clean and who in their right mind wants to have anti-stick Teflon on their tire?? I've used this product with good results. And since it keeps the chain a lot cleaner the interval that you have to pull the chain and do the grunge brush + kerosene approach is extended by a reasonable amount. And yes I know people argue :argue: about whether to use this on a sportbike or not, but I've had no ill effects so far.