It'll work like most dry lubes, you'll need to use it often and it will wash out at the slightest sight of moisture. Aerosol lube is generally a bad idea as the lube gets everywhere including on brake rotors and pads which contaminates them and causes squeal.
I have used a teflon based lube like that for the past month but all the sudden my chain is getting really squeaky (yes i apply frequently) so i have switched back to a homemade motor oil, mineral spirits, and paraffin wax dissolved in. My next thing im trying is to do the wet lube, let it soak into the chain then do a coat of dry lube.
Yes for a couple of months now. It has about 10x less build up than white lightening or the finishline dry wax probably the cleanest lube i have ever used. Sort of performs like the rock and roll stuff. Its a very very dry lube and does not quiet a chain down like tri-flow or a oil lube but its advertised for motorcycles so it must be doing something. Also I haven't used an aerosol lube in a while now and man i get it over everything.
Application Tip: The nozzle top on white lightening bottles comes out. I discovered that when I drilled out the hole with a small bit and sprayed dupont into the bottle using the straw. The pressure popped the top off. Less hassle and waste than spray.