Automotive, industrial machinery, Tools, Household and Office appliance.
Unopened shelf life
a) Transparent with high purity;
b) Excellent lubrication, varnishing and protection effect;
c) Suitable for woodworking machinery, electric motor, cutter, threshold etc.
a) Keep in ventilated cool and dry places. b) Do not crush, puncture, or incinerate the can. c) Keep out of the reach of children. d) If eye contact, immediately flushes eye with plenty of clean water and seek medical advice. e) If skin contact, flush skin with running water (and soap if available) and seek medical attention in the event of irritation.
THIS anti-rust spray lubricant can be widely used in places with friction such as automobiles, ships, households, factories and electric rooms etc. To wipe out noise caused by rubbing between spare parts or movable fittings; To clean, lubricate and protect all kinds of machines to remove the obstruction and help the smooth operation.
Anti-rust lubricant FAQ
1. WHAT SURFACES OR METALS ARE OK TO USE THIS ANTI-RUST LUBRICANT ON?
It is safe to use on metal, rubber, wood and plastic. It can also be applied to painted metal surfaces without harming the paint.
2. WHAT ABOUT USING THIS ANTI-RUST LUBRICANT ON MY SPORTS EQUIPMENT?
It is safe and effective to use on all types of sporting goods. It is a fantastic all-around maintenance product for bikes, as you can use it on frames to prevent them from rusting, to lubricate pivot points, to prevent mud from sticking and to displace moisture from bike components.
3. CAN THIS FIX A RUSTED OIL PAN?
No, it is just for tools and bare metal to prevent the rust.
4. CAN THIS BE USED ON THE UNDERBODY OF A TRUCK FOR WINTER SNOW AND SALTS?
Absolutely, Yes, it works great a corrosion preventer.
5. WILL THIS DAMAGE ALUMINUM RIMS ON MY CAR?
No, this product will not harm the car wheels.
6. IS IT SAFE TO USE ON BRAKES?
No, it is a lubricant that would curtail braking effectiveness. If you want to use on the brake you can apply Brake & Parts Cleaner.
7. DOES IT WASH OFF THE UNDERBODY WHEN DRIVING IN THE RAIN?
No, about the only way to completely remove it to use degreaser.