On Fri, 26 Feb 1999, Dr. Gerald N. Johnson, P.E. wrote:
> WD-40 leaves a mighty thin and mighty little oil behind. I've come to
> prefer straight kerosene for loosening stiff farm machinery.
And this is exactly what we need on switches.
For farm machinery kerosene would be a lot cheaper.
> Caig Deoxit, Cramolin R-5 is VERY effective on noisy contacts and pots.
> Others are not as good. A tiny drop goes a long way.
And so is WD-40 plus it cheaper, smells good and you can also use to clean
bugs off your windshield. It is as good. How do I know? Because it works
> The screaming Norelco probably needs to be used before the shower and
> the face would leave more lubricant that WD-40.
Shaving after a shower would be a dumb idea anyway. An no, my face isn't
Steve Ellington N4LQ
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