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Silicone brand Lubricant spray - $2.99 (In-Store, GTA)

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[Princess Auto] Silicone brand Lubricant spray - $2.99 (In-Store, GTA)

Sorry if this a repost.

GTA flyer sale start Aug 31 to Sept 5.

Can always try PM Home Depot work for me before. Thx

https://www.princessauto.com/en/silicon ... 0008003463

https://www.princessauto.com/en/white-l ... 0008003464

https://www.princessauto.com/en/silicon ... 0008003463
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Is this futureredflagdeals.com ?

Also:

In Store only
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Coz4k wrote: Is this futureredflagdeals.com ?

Also:

In Store only
hard to make out if you're joking.
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damn i got this few days ago for like 3.2x but i'm too lazy for the price adjust LOL
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Had a little confuse about these two types of lubrication, had to do google search and share with you all.
https://www.house-of-hacks.com/2018/03/ ... which.html

Lithium [grease] is:

generally petroleum based,
it adheres well to metal,
it's non-corrosive,
it's moisture resistant,
it handles heavy loads really well,
and it's resistant under high temperatures. It doesn't break down.


Silicone grease is:

of course silicone based,
it adheres to a wide variety of surfaces,
it inhibits corrosion,
resists moisture,
and comes in various formulations.

So I guess I will pick up some silicone spray.
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Coz4k wrote: Is this futureredflagdeals.com ?

Also:

In Store only
Are you kidding? Not like 31st is 2 weeks away. How do you know it's in store only.

Thanks OP. Needed this for the garage door.
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Fire wrote: Had a little confuse about these two types of lubrication, had to do google search and share with you all.
https://www.house-of-hacks.com/2018/03/ ... which.html

Lithium [grease] is:

generally petroleum based,
it adheres well to metal,
it's non-corrosive,
it's moisture resistant,
it handles heavy loads really well,
and it's resistant under high temperatures. It doesn't break down.


Silicone grease is:

of course silicone based,
it adheres to a wide variety of surfaces,
it inhibits corrosion,
resists moisture,
and comes in various formulations.

So I guess I will pick up some silicone spray.
yep i always keep a can of silicone spray for the car door seals and moonroof seals. $3 for preventative maintenance is cheap. oh and it prevents the doors from sticking in the winter.
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jp149 wrote: yep i always keep a can of silicone spray for the car door seals and moonroof seals. $3 for preventative maintenance is cheap. oh and it prevents the doors from sticking in the winter.
how do you apply it to seals? spray on towel and wipe?
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yep, spray on a towel, wipe on seals. i usually wear nitrile/latex gloves.
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FIRST time in the history of my time here at RFD that I will not make any jokes.

So, I'm here for the comments.
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bobcat99 wrote: Are you kidding? Not like 31st is 2 weeks away. How do know it's in store.

Thanks OP. Needed this for the garage door.
I don't think items that are in pressurized cans are eligible for shipping, hence in-store only.
If you try to checkout with these sprays, you'll only have the option for store pickup.
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Thanks OP. Good price.
Your post reminds me of the words of a legendary RFD member who used to post these deals 10 years ago: "gentlemen, time to lube your rods again" (he was talking about foosball table maintenance).
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ahoroba wrote: Thanks OP. Good price.
Your post reminds me of the words of a legendary RFD member who used to post these deals 10 years ago: "gentlemen, time to lube your rods again" (he was talking about foosball table maintenance).
Well you CAN lube your 'Rubbers' with this Silicone Spray - as in the rubber seals on a RV slideout...
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I have a smith machine rack with a cable system. Anyone with experience would know which one of these would be best used for the poles of the smith and cable machine? My rack is also located in the garage so moisture is a factor in the cold weather.
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skyc88 wrote: Sorry if this a repost.

GTA flyer sale start Aug 31 to Sept 5.
Worthwhile post, however the brand is not silicone.
The brand is 3-In-One.
The type is silicone.
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jaydm wrote: I have a smith machine rack with a cable system. Anyone with experience would know which one of these would be best used for the poles of the smith and cable machine? My rack is also located in the garage so moisture is a factor in the cold weather.
What I've found to help was to use a little bit of engine oil on a rag to wipe down the poles. It not only helps to clean the poles a little but the oil will leave a very thin film that significantly reduces friction from normal use.

I want to re-emphasize to use a little amount of oil. You do not want the poles wet or damp as this will cause dust/dirt to stick to the poles and cause future issues.
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jaydm wrote: I have a smith machine rack with a cable system. Anyone with experience would know which one of these would be best used for the poles of the smith and cable machine? My rack is also located in the garage so moisture is a factor in the cold weather.
if it's metal to metal contact, white lithium is what you're looking for. or you can go DC5R route and use motor oil if you dont want to spend the money but white lithium will stay where you applied it better.
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Hi
The price in Quebec is 7,99.
Please specify that it is in GTA in the title.
Thank you
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Thanks OP. In for one of each. You can never find them on sale when you need em.

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