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Add-on Item: 10oz CRC White Lithium Grease Lubrication

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Amazon has as an Add-on Item: 10oz CRC White Lithium Grease Lubrication (05037) on sale for $3.94. Must spend $25 or more to purchase. Shipping is free with the $25+ that is required to purchase this Add-on item. Thanks brisar
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True, but only in places that don't get dirty. Dirt and grit can stick to this stuff and prematurely wear out the parts. For dirty applications, I recommend a "dry" lube with something like teflon in it.

No. I'd stick with something labeled for brakes that is high temp and won't damage the seals.
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If you've been using WD-40 original on squeaky stuff or to lubricate metal to metal contact points, this is what you're supposed to used.
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Freaken love this stuff for nearly everything house/car. Use it in outside padlocks, A/C condenser unit fan, squeeky doors. Doesn't get gummy like WD. No bad smells, and lasts quite a long time.
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Freaken love this stuff for nearly everything house/car. Use it in outside padlocks, A/C condenser unit fan, squeeky doors. Doesn't get gummy like WD. No bad smells, and lasts quite a long time.
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If you've been using WD-40 original on squeaky stuff or to lubricate metal to metal contact points, this is what you're supposed to used.
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I used this on the garage door but it left a yellowish color whenever I sprayed it. Anyway to remove that? If I had known about this I wouldn't have used it for white garage door. I think there are other solutions that are don't leave residue like this one does. It does work like its supposed to for lubrication.
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Would this be good for brake caliper pins?
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One of the questions on the page: "Will this grease help with my timing belt squeaking in my car?" 🙄🙄🙄🙄
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FYI all - this grease is also the same grease sold for installing car batteries (dielectric grease), so that's another good use for it (keeping electrical connections from corroding)
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Is this the stuff that doesn't damage plastic?
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Could not have been better timed! I was just looking at lithium grease last night to help my squeaky garage door. Decided to buy it later, and viola! Thanks!
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If you've been using WD-40 original on squeaky stuff or to lubricate metal to metal contact points, this is what you're supposed to used.
True, but only in places that don't get dirty. Dirt and grit can stick to this stuff and prematurely wear out the parts. For dirty applications, I recommend a "dry" lube with something like teflon in it.
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Would this be good for brake caliper pins?
No. I'd stick with something labeled for brakes that is high temp and won't damage the seals.
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True, but only in places that don't get dirty. Dirt and grit can stick to this stuff and prematurely wear out the parts. For dirty applications, I recommend a "dry" lube with something like teflon in it.

No. I'd stick with something labeled for brakes that is high temp and won't damage the seals.
Hmm I have a sliding door that needs grease, it would most likely get dirty what product would you recommend? Also to grease the rollers on an elliptical.
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Just saying, WD-40 is now more of a brand and they make both lithium grease for garage doors as well as Teflon based lubricants. Home Depot has the entire range
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Hmm I have a sliding door that needs grease, it would most likely get dirty what product would you recommend? Also to grease the rollers on an elliptical.
Silicone 3m spray
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This stuff works good but it's visable, as someone else said it's yellowish and attracts dirt. I usually spray where needed the wipe away the exposed areas. Agreed better than wd40 as lube
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