Wrench Force extra dry chain lube for bikes. Does not fling off. There are
CY: I've got a bike chain to lube, one of these days. I was considering
white lith, makes less mess when it rubs onto my pants legs.
WD-40 (in tiny amounts) for storing tools rust free in garage. It is not a
CY: Does OK for removing stickers, and some other things.
Tetra lube or Breakfree for guns, and small parts.
CY: Not heard of that.
3-in-1 for hinges, non-chain bike mechanisms, and fan bearings.
CY: Fan berrings, needs Zoom Spout Turbine Oil. Three N One dries out too
soon. Also ND20 works well, or two stroke gas mixer oil (no gasoline,
Lithium grease for high shear apps, such as wheel bearings of all kinds.
CY: Also door hinges. And the latch mechanisms of cars.
Garage Door grease - lith. or silicone - for screw drives and gar. door
CY: Sounds good.
Silicone grease (will not rot rubber parts) for making up hose joints and
CY: Good one.
Graphite powder for door locks.
CY: If locks are exposed to the weather such as car door locks, I use spray
oil. Whatever brand I've got in my hand is OK.
Silicone stick for drawer glides, and wood against wood.
Silicone (not wd40!) spray for derailleur and similar bicycle parts.
CY: I used cheap Walmart silicone one time on a bike chain. Popular
Mechanics brand, if memory serves. Well, the family got home (five hours
drive) and ac ouple days later the little guy's bike chain locked up. I'll
never buy cheap junk silicone again.
Get the drift? There is no one good lube, but many.
CY: I have a Kwikset Tylo entry lock on the back door. the mechanism started
to get cranky (not the keyhole part) and I packed it with wheel berring
grease. Same grease I use on CV joint boots, except that with he CV boots I
use a syringe needle on my grease gun.