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Re: Liquid Dry Lube?
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Liquid Dry Lube? ()

John K Jordan
>>>Sounds like an oxymoron.

It sure does. The liquid helps spread it evenly. I like it in a plastic squeeze bottle instead of an aeresol can.

Another of my favorite lubes is liquid grease. Zep 2000 in an aerosol can. Shake it up and it comes out a liquid which gets into crevasses easier, then it turns into a more conventional clear grease as the solvent evaporates. I buy it by the case for around the farm.

While I'm on a roll, TriFlow with fine teflon powder is great. I like the old style the clear plastic bottle better than what I can find today so when I shake it I can see if the teflon is well distributed.

JKJ

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