I asked a Tsubaki factory chain rep what lube he recommended for an O ring chain and he said, and I quote, "don't use anything that says chain lube on the can." He hated Chain Wax. He said that all those lubes do is attract dirt. A year or so later he and I had the same discussion and he had come to appreciate dry lubes, like Bel Ray Super Clean chain lube.
I tried a simple test on a sheet of aluminum that I left out in the Texas sun for a while. I sprayed a dab of each of the lubes I had in my cabinet,( Silkolene, Chain Wax, PJ1, WD40, Permatex, and others) and Bel Ray Super Clean. I gave the samples plenty of time let the carriers evaporate and then I took a hand full of dirt and sand and threw it on the aluminum. The Bel Ray collected the least amount of grit by a lot.
So, I have used the Bel Ray ever since and I usually change chain a sprockets at about 15,000 miles.