The C5 chain paste is more of the same, but uh... different. To start with, it comes in a toothpaste-type tube with a brush-on applicator and is colored white so you can keep track of where you’ve applied it. As you might expect, brush-painting the chain with lube is a bit more time-consuming than simply spraying the lube on, but it’s also much neater, which is a huge advantage if like me, you tend to make a good mess anytime you aim a spray can at something. Like the aerosol, this version resists fling quite well. It also has the advantage of being stow-eable under your bikes seat, or even in your pocket if you’re a gambler. I used the paste version on my Triumph Scrambler and it is, as the kids say, the bomb. It went on easily, lubricated my embarrassingly dry chain better than anything I’ve ever used and absolutely didn’t run, drip or end up all over the paint, despite an hour long ride in high 90-degree heat. I’m sold on both these chain lubes, in particular the paste, and can’t recommend them highly enough.