It appears to be great stuff, but it ain’t cheap at $18.70/gallon. This stuff WAY exceeds all specs and performance tests. 3) I did find some “No-Name” fluid out there in a local Farm/Ranch store that just says “Hydraulic/Transmission Fluid” and not much else on the label. I’d be leery of this stuff and you could find stuff like that elsewhere.
It should be reasonably thin immediately after spraying. According to the MSDS for Phil Wood Tenacious Oil, it contains nothing but “petroleum hydrocarbon”. This is some generic womanizer pro40 stuff bought cheaply in large quantities and then sold in little bottles as a bicycle-related product. The web site claims they blend in rust-inhibiting and other additives but no additives are mentioned in the MSDS so there is no reason to believe it. In winter conditions, I would stick with regular chain lube while keeping the drivetrain as clean as you can. It’s not clear if the OP meant that the salt causes their chain to rust quickly, in which case stainless would rust more slowly, or if the chain also wore quickly.
I’ve only done some light-duty cutting through metal, but WD-40 has worked fine for that. The FDA also regards it as “generally recognized as safe” in food. As in, as long as you’re not chugging multiple bottles of lube per day, you shouldn’t freak out that using a normal amount of propylene glycol-containing lube during sex will harm your health. Another important note is that silicone lubes are “über-slick,” Dweck says, and don’t dry up as easily as the other varieties do. “If you want something that lasts a bit longer, silicone is the way to go,” she advises.
The main problem with thick lubricants, however, is that they pick up more dirt as you ride, which can grind your gears down over time if you do not regularly change the oil. Way oil, also known as slide oil, is a type of hydraulic oil with a tackifier, an additive that makes it adhere to surfaces. Way lube is ideal for vertical surfaces and anywhere machine parts move over the top of each other.
Shea butter and almond butter are the ultimate natural lotions. They are extraordinary for hydrating your skin, and it’s why a lot of shaving gels include them in the ingredients list. If you’ve ever done dishes by hand, you know that this stuff is an amazing lubricant. If you’re going to shave with dish soap, be extra careful.
Having a shallow tin with a hinged lid is handy because it does not leak when transported “off site”. Microcrystalline wax is often used in industries such as the tire and rubber, candles, adhesives, corrugated board, cosmetics, castings, and a host of others. Refineries may also utlize blending facilities to combine paraffin and microcrystalline waxes. The microcrystalline wax has a significant effect on the branching of the carbon chains that are the backbone of paraffin wax. This is useful when some desired functional changes in the paraffin are needed, such as flexibility, higher melt point, and increased opacity. Microcrystalline waxes are derived from the refining of the heavy distillates from lubricant oil production.
Used for coating all moving parts for motor assembly and rebuilding. This grease also has automotive and fishing applications. It lubricates moving parts and protects from corrosion, displaces metal “sweat” when applied to bore and exterior and provides long-term protection when there are cleaning delays. Abbey Gun Grease LT2 is a grease for use on metal slides, gear sets, triggers and sears where extreme pressures exist.