9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on 13 July 2011
Bought this as I thought it was like the old motorcycle chain lubricant you can spray on. This is ten times better although it does dry really white so you do end up having to wipe up a lot of the time if you are using it on things that are in sight!!
I had a bit of a frenzy at the weekend and have used it on the garage door runners, hinges, gate mechanism, greenhouse door runners and workbench mechanism. Basically if it could be greased I greased it and now everything is doubly unsqueaky. I'm definitely buying more of this as soon as I've worked out where else I can use it.
Oh, do take care though that if you are spraying things above your head that it will splash and it does sting if it gets into your eyes, although not for very long (as I found out!).
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 8 October 2011
The product arrived quickly. I then started firstly on all PVC window hinges. Great job and easy to get into awkeard places. Very pleased, then moved on to all hinges on the car. Nearly done so all house door hinges got it. I was like a man possessed. Finally the garden furniture thought it missed out but then it got it too. Amazing stuff all in a can. Definitel re-order.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 24 May 2011
Been used on all outdoor hinges and metal hasp etc,and kept them all rust free for last four months will recoat this autumn.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 17 June 2012
It's a light grease in an aerosol can. It's slippery, goes where you put it if you use a small bore tube attached to the nozzle, and has cured the annoying squeaking of a cheap pedestal fan. My window tracks also now work nice and smoothly. I'd use it on my old knees if I could.....
on 18 March 2013
I've used this before and it's an ideal way to buy it, but you do need to make sure you shake it well before use. By its very nature it is normally stored in a cold garage or shed, so a good two minutes of vigorous shaking is required.