No Toil Filter Oil

No Toil Filter Oil
No Toil Filter Oil

$7.99 - $29.99

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38 Reviews
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Billy Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
New Jersey, USA

I've used this for over 25 years its great saves time cleaning

Shawnski Verified Purchaser
Apple Valley, CA, USA
No Toil Filter Oil

I've been using this stuff for quite some time and like the fact that it cleans up easily. Good for the environment. The only issue I've found is don't prep your filter too early and don't leave it on the bike dirt for more than a few days as the chemicals in this stuff eat filters!

nells Verified Purchaser
No toil oils

the best , the red rockets inners looked like new after 161 hrs of mx. no toil air filter oils kept her clean .

WHampton Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Austin, TX, USA
Great filter oil!

I started using this oil about 10 years ago when I traveled often, and didn't have access to a parts washing tank. I love this stuff, great product!

Zukguy Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Long Island, New York, USA
The name is accurate

I have been using NO-TOIL since 2007 with great results. I change my filters often and have never had dirt get past. The ease of cleaning them using No-Toil cleaner (or oxy clean) simply can not be beat. Fill up a bucket with warm water and some cleaner, throw the filter in, submerge and swish it around a bit, and its clean. Just rinse and dry.
I did notice the glue on the filters would start going after about a dozen or so washes but since I stopped using steaming hot water they are lasting longer.

CodyWolf Verified Purchaser
Darien, WI

No Toil is an easy to use filter oil that makes a messy process that much easier. The filter oil and filter cleaner are a must have for any off-road enthusiast.

Wheelie Top 1000 Contributor Verified Purchaser
East Granby, CT, USA
Great stuff!

I started skeptical however, I now use the original not oil in all 5 bikes. I ride all weather and all conditions and it's proven to work great. + Eco friendly is a great bonus.

crossrider Verified Purchaser
oregon coast
Good product

first experience with this product and I will buy it again.

MotoDad Top 250 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Simplifies cleaning those freaking filters

I prefer No Toil for my air filters because it makes the dreaded task of cleaning filters easier on me. Be careful putting your filters in the washing machine though. My washing machine tore off the extra foam on the mating surface of my filters, and I ended up having to purchase all new. Hand washing would have been much cheaper. This oil comes off quick/easy with the No Toil cleaner.

DirtsCool Verified Purchaser
Makes life easier

The No Toil filter system is great. Quality filter, easy cleaning, oil keeps the dirt out. Makes oil filter maintenance a breeze. I maintain 5 dirt bike that get ridden every weekend and the No Toil products make my life easier.

CDPresley Top 500 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Milton FL
Works Great

No Toil Oil works great and cleans up well with the No Toil cleaner. Will definately purchase again

yzrider101 Top 500 Contributor Verified Purchaser
Streetsboro, OH

works well especially with no toil cleaner. Love this product.

No Toil Filter Oil
W33K3NDW4RR0R Verified Purchaser
Good Stuff

I like No Toil's products. There complete system (filter oil, grease, and cleaner) has to be used for it to work but it does work very well. I can oil about 8 filers with the 16 oz oil. But I think the cleaner is the best part; mix it with warm water and swish the dirty filter around in it (some times you'll have to repeat this step) and its clean.

mx17 Top 500 Contributor
chilhowie va
Best filter system

nice and tacky, dont get it on the basket screw though, its hard to get off!! easy to wash with the proper cleaner though! great product

Southern California
The only way to go...

No Toil oil, by itself, isn't all that impressive compared to uni, for instance...don't bother buying it, unless your using it in conjunction with the detergent; but those two together, now they're magical (rim grease works better than bel-ray blue, but not necessary). The detegerent totally removes the oil, better than anything else I've tried. Using only a small amount of detergent in a bucket with warm (NOT HOT) H2o, + 1 rinse = brand new uni filter...oops, sorry, but their filter is better...

Apple Valley, CA
Buy it in Bulk

I find it so much more economical when purchasing in bulk. This stuff works and I wouldnt use any other!

dvrdve Top 250 Contributor
Oahu Hawaii
I "Just say No" to no toil

I do not recomend no toil products.

mx17 Top 500 Contributor
chilhowie va
NO toil-ing

best filter system, cheapest, easiest, and better for the enviornment. not messy at all, always have a no toil filter oiled in a bag ready for every ride!

Chesterfield, SC
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Excellent Earth Friendly Product

I was impressed the first time I used No Toil Oil and Cleaner and have been using them for years, the work great and clean up is super easy

Ward, CO
Durability 5/5 Ease of Installation 5/5 Performance 5/5 Style 5/5
Makes cleaning filters much less of a chore

I was turned onto this stuff by an ex-racer friend, who was always pulling fresh clean filters out of the washing machine. Its the easiest way to go, as long as you remember that you must use the no toil oil with the no toil cleaner.

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4 Questions
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Location: florence, sc, usa
Q: Is this compatible with kawachem air filter cleaner?
Over 4 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 4 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: Yes and no. It depends on the Kawachem bottle. If you've purchased it in the last 2-3 years, it's unlikely that it's compatible. But if you've had it longer than that, then check the label it maybe have a no-toil logo on it somewhere. If it does it's ok to use and will work fine.
Location: Detroit
Q: Does NoToil work as well with all filters as it does with a NoToil filter?
Over 7 years ago
Over 7 years ago Location: lebanon me
A: yea it works the same on all fiters becides the stuck ones because they will get full if dirt to quickly
Over 7 years ago
A: I would deff say that it does work with others..i have ran twin air filters in both of my bikes and have used no toil since finding out about it.. i wouldn;t recomend using anything's just saves so much time and effort
Over 6 years ago Location: PA
A: Yes, we use it on another type of filter.
Over 3 years ago Location: TX
A: I have used it on other brands without issue, but I have heard that it may cause some issues with UNI. Not my experience only what I have heard.
Top 1000 Contributor
2 years 11 months ago Location: Long Island, New York, USA
A: I have been using it with Twin Airs for 7 years. Just don't use steaming hot water (you don't need to) and it won't bother the glue!
Top 1000 Contributor
2 years 9 months ago Location: Austin, TX, USA
A: I have used No Toil with other filters with good results. I ride at Cycle Ranch and locally in Central Texas where we have sand and dusty conditions.
2 years 9 months ago Location: nj
A: yes, i have oem honda air filter element, twin air element,& no toil element . it works great in all. it even works well with a used element converted from standard oils, but they must be cleaned with gas or a solvent then soap & water before you can use no toil!
Top 1000 Contributor
Over 11 months ago Location: New Jersey, USA
A: yes it works with all foam filters i run twins air filters in my 2016 yzf450 if you are switching over from a used air filter clean it with the notion cleaner first
Q: How do you apply the oil to the filter without it being in a spray can?
Over 8 years ago
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 8 years ago
A: By drizzling a little oil over the filter and then working it in with your hands. Spreading it evenly throughout the filter.
Best Answer
Over 8 years ago Location: Colonial Heights, VA
A: You can use a gallon size ziplock bag put the filter inside the bag ad the oill zip the bag shut then work the oil in to the filter this way is much cleaner and you dont waste any oil it stays in the bag for next time.
Top 100 Contributor Top 50 Contributor
Over 7 years ago Location: Pendleton, KY
A: Pour the oil on the filter and massage it all around, then squeeze out the ecess. Don't wring it out because that can tear the seams of the filter.
Q: Can you send this with a plane?
Over 8 years ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 years ago Location: PDX
A: No... Chemicals must go ground shipping.
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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
Single / 16oz NT201
Single / 64oz NT18
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