I was give a few samples because I work in an industrial environment. My experience is that it has solved many problems for me, doors getting a hundreds of uses a week. Yes, it does apply as a liquid in order to get where it needs to go but it dries after a bit of time. The applicator can over dispense fairly easily if you're not ready. I found this site because I need to buy a few bottles for home use and need to find a store that sells it. Worth a special trip IMO, it's a great product.
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|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
1.25 x 2.13 x 6.25 Inches
This stuff is awesome.
I use this lube for several applications. Works great! I applied it to door hinges on a door and a screen door to the outside. This product has out lasted anything else i have tried. I carry a folding pocket knife for my job, this is the best lube i have found for a knife. Lubes the mechanism with out attracting pocket fuzz. Could not be happier. I do agree with others, the spout could be better. I would like to see a more precise application method. Thank you for a really great product. Not every lub is correct for every application, dry lube is no exception. However, for some applications you can't beat this stuff!
This product would be a 5 but .....
The product is great but the packaging is terrible. The cap develops stress cracks causing the lubricant to either leak out (if you happen to have it in a tool box like I do) or it evaporates if stored on a shelf. Before you use it I recommend shaking it to mix it up. That will eliminate the greasy complaint. I use this on really fine threaded metal parts and it works very well. I recommend it as a product but you might want to consider putting it in a metal or glass container (like the old 3-in-One can?) to avoid evaporation and leakage. The "Marksman" spout is everything but a Marksman. It would be okay if the lubricant were a higher viscosity but this product is water thin (as it should be). In short one container design does not fit all of their products. So what say you 3-IN-ONE are you up to the task to design a better container for what is any otherwise excellent product?
What's in it?
I bought a container some while ago and I have an application where it MIGHT work. Trouble is I don't know what's in it. I looked at the Technical Data but all that tells is what it DOESN'T contain plus some physical data like working temperature and viscosity. Useful stuff but I'm trying to ascertain how it will react with other materials, and the starting off point for that is to know EXACTLY WHAT IT CONTAINS.
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