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Offline MoJocvh

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Penetrating oil question
« on: 31 May, 2015, 11:07:39 AM »
Hi. I am quite interested in this releasing agent as I have a specific job for it.
I have an audi that has the wiper spindles that are Hi friction.  I can temporarily have them back to almost new by the use of penetrating oils and have successfully done so for some time
Whilst zx1 has made quite a difference to the engine as it's application is more or less DIRECT how good is the actual penetrating oil to get the zx1 into the white metal spindles?


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Re: Penetrating oil question
« Reply #1 on: 01 June, 2015, 11:17:15 AM »
Hi Andy

Welcome to the ZX1 forum and thank you for participating.

Your exact application is not one i have come across myself, however the C60 Spray Lube has been likened to WD40 on steroids by a great many ZX1 users including myself and i cannot imagin for one minute that it would be less effective than your previous applications.

Because C60 Spray Lube is made up of industrial strength penetrating lubricants impregnated with ZX1, it is a powerful companion when dealing with metal components that have a tendency to corrode or are constantly fighting friction.

I would expect C60 Spray Lube to do a better job than any other penetrating fluid and would welcome your findings on this.

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