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FYI... Super Lube Dri Film.....

I discovered a pretty neat product that is useful for on zippers, linkages or most any place where a traditional spray lube would shouldn't be used as it collects dirt. This won't. It can even be used of some faily sensitive materials....

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Re: FYI... Super Lube Dri Film.....

Copy/pasted from their website....

SUPER LUBE DRI-LUBE Is a multi-use dry SYNCOLON® (PTFE) aerosol spray lubricant that coats surfaces with a tenacious chemically inert polymer film that resists most chemicals and solvents. Once the solvent carrier evaporates, a dry lubricated surface remains, preventing airborne contamination from occurring. Meets mil spec MIL-L-60326 (MU) Amend 1.
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Re: FYI... Super Lube Dri Film.....

Hey Crow...
I've been using some form of SuperLube for over a decade now and have been impressed with the quality. Can be hard to find in some areas tho'
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Re: FYI... Super Lube Dri Film.....

sounds like graphite?
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Teflon.......
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Re: FYI... Super Lube Dri Film.....

There's another lube product called White Lightning...get it at bicycle shops. It's a wax lube in a liquid base that really goes into places like door hinges. The base evaporates and leaves the wax lube behind, no sticky stuff to collect dirt. Comes in a little squeeze bottle so no overspray. Won't work under about 50 deg. though.
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