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Old January 19, 2022, 06:00 PM   #6
Join Date: February 12, 2001
Location: DFW Area
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I was really surprised at the significant differences in lubricity. Some of those products really gave short shrift to the 'L' in CLP based on his testing.

I was also kind of surprised that so many of the products failed the pour testing.

Interesting how well FrogLube did at corrosion protection after being baked. Since it's a vegetable oil based product and those tend to bake on hard (think about seasoning a frying pan) it makes sense that it would provide good protection after being cooked.
I can't stand the smell of Ballistol. I may have to pick up some Clenzoil.
Clenzoil has a strong smell. It doesn't smell like Ballistol, but it has a very noticeable odor that reminds me of camphor.
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