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Greetings,

Right up front - No association with Superlube.

I've been using their oil on folder(s) for a bit with satisfactory results, mostly for the USDA H1 incidental food contact rating.

Now I specifically try to keep my EDC blades clean and NOT use EDC/carry folders in the kitchen for the obvious reasons. But when out and about or sometimes that snack pack which needs 650 lbs. of foot-pounds of torque to open, the folder might get called upon to do its thing near food.

https://www.super-lube.com/oils

Haven't tried the grease yet...as thick as it is, it would likely be better reserved for a disassembly/cleaning/reassembly process.

It probably won't replace my normal oils/greases for firearms, as I'm pretty satisfied with what I've been using for a couple decades (mostly TW-25B, Tetra and Wilson).

Anyone else tried Superlube on their knives?


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Have used on knives and firearms with good results.


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Super Lube also makes a good O ring lube. I use it on anything with rubber. Good for ammo can seals too.

John!
 
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