On 12/4/99 10:20 AM, Steve Babcock at email@example.com wrote:
>I now have since cleaned the rods and keep them lubed with
>light oil...ie WD-40.
WARNING! Look very carefully at your can of WD-40. Nowhere will you find
the word "lubricant".
Sure, WD-40 has lubricating properties, but its components are way too
volatile to stay in place long enough to do the job. After a couple of
weeks, any lubrication is GONE. WD-40 is designed to penetrate and
If you want to use a silicone lubricant, get one that is waxy enough to
do the job. LPS makes an excellent series of products. I would recommend
Bill Coleman, AA4LR, PP-ASEL Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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