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11oz. Liquid Wrench Liquid Wrench Dry Lubricant w/ Cerflon

SpurterMan 164 69 June 26, 2016 at 04:32 PM in Tools (5) More Advance Auto Parts Deals
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Promoted 06-27-2016 by slickdewmaster at 07:28 AM View Original Post
Advance Auto Parts has 11oz. Liquid Wrench Liquid Wrench Dry Lubricant w/ Cerflon (L512) on sale for $3.50. Select Free Store Pickup. Thanks SpurterMan

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Edited June 26, 2016 at 08:48 PM by widgit
Definitely not something most people look for, but it was something I use a lot of and I thought I'd post this as this seems like a good price. (Not to be confused with the RV Dry Lubricant).

Advance Auto Parts has the 11oz can for $3.50. (Amazon has the same thing for $7.30)

http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/...10057606-P

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Grease is a long lasting sticky lubricant usually used in enclosed places because it is easily contaminated (inside bicycle hub, for example). A dry lube is usually carried by a solvent which evaporates leaving a light coating of slippery stuff that doesn't attract much dirt, but is easily worn off or washed away (on bicycle chain, for example).

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In for 2 cans. Thanks.
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How does this differ from lithium grease?
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How does this differ from lithium grease?
You would use this in place for the most part. It does a better job of not seeping and attracting dirt.
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How does this differ from lithium grease?
Grease is a long lasting sticky lubricant usually used in enclosed places because it is easily contaminated (inside bicycle hub, for example). A dry lube is usually carried by a solvent which evaporates leaving a light coating of slippery stuff that doesn't attract much dirt, but is easily worn off or washed away (on bicycle chain, for example).
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How does this differ from lithium grease?
the claim is that it goes on wet, and dries instantly, leaving lubricant that does not attract dirt and sand.

Lithium grease is water resistant, but attracts dirt-sand from its nature as sticky greasy, causing abrasive damage in the future.
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lubricant Smilie
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Thanks for the replies! I've been using lithium grease on car hinges and what not, mostly because I just restored the window regulators in my pickup. So now I know what to use on exposed moving parts.
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You would use this in place for the most part. It does a better job of not seeping and attracting dirt.
Will the rain wash it away? I want to use it on fence door.
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Might not be apt for that.
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Will the rain wash it away? I want to use it on fence door.
I might would use something else unless you're particularly concerned about your hinges getting dirt build up. The clearest example I can call out for this type of lubricant is, as mentioned earlier, a bicycle chain. That's an application where water resistance isn't imperative but being resistant to dirt build up is. Your fence is probably the opposite.
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One other possible use is what I intend on using it on......the hinges on a garage door. Hopefully that'll minimize the increase in squeakyness.
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Will this do well to lubricate my tractor. I have some fittings that need grease through with a grease gun, but there are other areas that need lubrication and I don't want to use grease.
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I'm going to try this on my boys' Cub Scout pinewood derby cars! I didn't even know it existed. Thanks!
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