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Old 07-03-2012, 07:16 PM   #1
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Ok I was looking through some cleaner and lube. And I came across this stuff that has Teflon in it. Called tri flow.


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Old 07-03-2012, 07:18 PM   #2
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I used that to lube my bike when I was in College. Good stuff, but not sure if I'd use it on my gun, never have.


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Yeah, I've used it on my bike too
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Looks like typical all-in-one stuff. I avoid it like the plague, except for oiling hinges around the house.
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Never drys out and attracts dust and dirt. Would not be used on mine.
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Looks like typical all-in-one stuff. I avoid it like the plague, except for oiling hinges around the house.
Never used teflon lube, not a big fan of teflon. I probably have my guts full of the stuff, just laying in there making a big old teflon tumor, seeing how the stuff that used to be on bygone frying pans eroded off & went somewhere.

I do use graphite lubes sometimes during winter months, if it's really freaking cold outside, like below zero, and I'm going to be out all day.

Never oil my hinges, go the other way, wash all the lube out of them completely. Get them so dry they scream & shriek. Hang bell strings on the back of the entry doors. Squealing doors & squeaky floorboards are where I want to be.

Impossible to sneak into the house, or move around inside without making an awful racket.


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