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Old 05-10-2008, 03:34 PM   #1
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I am about to clean and lube my front landing legs and the bottom of my slides and see different opinions. Is it ok to use the Dry Silicone one vs Dry or does it make a difference. I did see an older post where several folks had used one called Jig.A.Loo and had good results. It can be found at www.jigaloo.com . I would appreciate any feedback as I bought two cans today but wanted to get opinions before I proceed.
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I am about to clean and lube my front landing legs and the bottom of my slides and see different opinions. Is it ok to use the Dry Silicone one vs Dry or does it make a difference. I did see an older post where several folks had used one called Jig.A.Loo and had good results. It can be found at www.jigaloo.com . I would appreciate any feedback as I bought two cans today but wanted to get opinions before I proceed.
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Anythinggreasy, oily, or sticky will attract road dirt, grit, sand,etc. This combines to form a crude grinding compound. That's not the result you desire. I use dry Molybdenum spray on my jacks, stabilizers, slide mechanisms, etc. It applies wet, then the carrier dries, leaving an extreme pressure lubricant that is none of the things in the first sentence.
This dry lubricating film is long-lasting, waterproof, and reliable. A side benefit- it will stain your jacks flat black (and anything you spray).
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