Reddit Reddit reviews B'laster 16-SL Industrial Strength Silicone Lubricant - 11-Ounces

We found 4 Reddit comments about B'laster 16-SL Industrial Strength Silicone Lubricant - 11-Ounces. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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B'laster 16-SL Industrial Strength Silicone Lubricant - 11-Ounces
ENHANCE PERFORMANCE - B'laster Silicone Lubricant contains a higher concentration of silicone than competitor brands, which provides longer-lasting lubrication. Formulated with Teflon Fluoropolymer to enhance performance.NO STAIN - Its clear, non-evaporating formula eliminates wear from constant friction and is safe and non-staining.NO DIRT - Dust and dirt won’t be a problem because B’laster silicone lubricant leaves a no-track film that won’t accumulate dust and dirt.PRESERVE - Lubricates and protects elastomers, metal, plastic, wood, rubber, vinyl, and leather.
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4 Reddit comments about B'laster 16-SL Industrial Strength Silicone Lubricant - 11-Ounces:

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Wigs

np.. its a beautiful wig.

here is a guide for silicone spray: I use this it totally works but you need to leave your wig alone for about 2 days or so

Definitely get a wig head if you don't have one already. It makes life wonderful for styling

u/motor_boating_SOB · 1 pointr/motogp

Look for a silicone based lube, any hardware store should have it. Or grab some off Amazon.

u/sgtfine · 1 pointr/MechanicAdvice

My sister-in-law had a 06 aveo that was doing this, hers was not new but had the same symptoms except it would very rarely release the key. My solution was to blow about 90psi into it from an air compressor and then spray in a silicon spray lubricant followed by another compressed air blast to force it into the internals, after that it went for another year before she sold it with no more sticking key problems.


Lubricant I used:

u/kr580 · 1 pointr/hockeyplayers

I totally vote for the thrifty white board suggestion. Personally I use this stuff. I hear Pledge works well too though. For the silicone lube, spray it on, then take a rag and gently smear it around the board so there's a thin layer of the stuff. Let it dry (5 minutes in the sun) and it'll be as slick as ice. For added glide you can take that same rag and wipe down the pucks with the lube you have on the rag.

Also, the wood section will usually cut it down to size for you if 4'x8' is too big. I personally do three 4'x2.66' sections.

Edit: Note on the silicone lube. It is kinda on the pricier side but it lasts forever. I still have my original can from like 4 years ago. Granted I don't use it as much as I should but there's plenty left.