HOW DOES SUPER LUBE® MULTI-PURPOSE SYNTHETIC LUBRICANT AEROSOL COMPARE TO AEROSOL LUBRICANTS LIKE WD-40?-Monday, 20 January 2020
Aerosols such as WD-40 sprays do not have anti-friction properties. Squeaks are only temporarily stopped because the spray wets the surface and then quickly evaporates. These sprays are good for releasing frozen nuts and bolts, but not for lubricating.
Super Lube® Multi-Purpose Synthetic Lubricant Aerosol is a fully rated bearing grease, thinned temporarily with a solvent carrier that cleans and penetrates, completely evaporates, and leaves behind a coating of grease that provides long lasting lubrication and corrosion protection. Super Lube® in the aerosol form is an excellent chain and open gear lubricant. It will also release frozen nuts and bolts.
It withstands temperatures within a range of -45°F to 450°F (-43°C to 232°C). Super Lube® Multi-Purpose Synthetic Lubricant with Syncolon® (PTFE) is an NSF registered Food Grade lubricant, rated H1 for incidental food contact and meets USDA 1998 H1 guidelines. Super Lube® Multi-Purpose Synthetic Lubricant with Syncolon® (PTFE) is Kosher Certified.