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 Post subject: Liquid Wrench/Cerflon
PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2015 11:18 am 
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I've ordered some tungsten disulphide dry lubricant to use pre-assembly following my lube tune, but came across an advertisement for Liquid Wrench dry lubricant.

I queried it on the internet and it is evidently a dry lubricant in a pressure container and is made of "cerflon", a combination of ceramic and Teflon.

I haven't seen an actual container of it with directions, disclaimers, "don't use on" etc. Has anyone any experience with this product, and has anyone used it on air guns? Could the ceramic component make it abrasive in the long term?

I don't think I want to risk using it in my guns unless someone much smarter than me has a recommendation.

Peter :D


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 17, 2015 2:45 pm 
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It won't be as good as the tungsten but for places where you can't use tungsten it'll be better than WD40. So I wouldn't but it just for the gun but it might be cool to have for other stuff. You can also buy spray moly, and the stuff I had was a very high concentration of moly but I forget the name. It had a liquid carrier, obviously, so it would be very much like using spray paint. It dried rather quickly leaving a rather thick coating like paint would. Really outstanding stuff for dry lubing many things. It was very expensive but I forget the price, $20US? I've seen several cheaper brands of it but like spray paint you get what you pay for, so like paint a cheaper one just has less moly in it.
Cheaper spray dry lubes contain graphite which is fine for many things. Many wet lubes have moly or graphite in them.
Break Free CLP is my fav aerosol oil. It's like WD40 or Liq wrench but better, which I use to protect the guns exterior. Motor oil is great for gun storage but attracts dust so not so great for non-storage use. Break Free is also a good bore cleaner, but so is WD and Liq wrench, Break Free is also kinda expensive so I prefer to have it for guns and WD misc crap.
Then there's Beeman MP-5 oil which is also like WD40 but in a plastic bottle. Knowing Beeman it probably is WD40 but it works and is nice to have a source that doesn't spray everywhere and make a mess when you only wanted a drop or two.


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