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Blaster

Model 16-TDL

Internet #202532762

Store SKU #604119

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9.3 oz. Advanced Dry Lube with Teflon

$4.49 /each

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Blaster's Advanced Dry Lube is formulated with Teflon Fluoropolymer. Use it on locks and catches, hinges, cables, window and door tracks, rope and conveyor belts. It provides superior lubrication and is safe for use on most plastics.

  • Reduces friction and wear
  • Enhances performance
  • Extends equipment life
  • Protects surfaces
  • Dry lubricant film will not accumulate dust and dirt

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Is it safe on polymers.

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Polymers desolve or soften with oils and gun cleaning want to know if able to use on or around polyer made pistols.glocks, AR mags etc.
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July 11, 2016
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The product overviews on the Home Depot web site states it is safe on most plastics. Does state which kind.
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This product is safe for use on plastics.
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is it safe for use on or near electronics?

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It doesn't state anything in the product overview on the Home Depot web site, but since it dries to the touch I think it would be fine around electronics. Being a Computer Tech myself I would use it in that type of application.
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Good for rubber seals around RV slideouts?

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I would think this would work fine on the rubber seals. Here is what it states on the product overview on the Home Depot web site.
Blaster's Advanced Dry Lube is formulated with Teflon Fluoropolymer. Use it on locks and catches, hinges, cables, window and door tracks, rope and conveyor belts. It provides superior lubrication and is safe for use on most plastics.
•Reduces friction and wear
•Enhances
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I would think this would work fine on the rubber seals. Here is what it states on the product overview on the Home Depot web site.
Blaster's Advanced Dry Lube is formulated with Teflon Fluoropolymer. Use it on locks and catches, hinges, cables, window and door tracks, rope and conveyor belts. It provides superior lubrication and is safe for use on most plastics.
•Reduces friction and wear
•Enhances performance
•Extends equipment life
•Protects surfaces
•Dry lubricant film will not accumulate dust and dirt
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what is the expiration date

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There is no expiration date on the can I purchased. The product overview on the Home Depot web site doesn't state that there is or isn't a expiration date. I checked the manufacture web site blastercorp.com and there is nothing there either on an expiration date.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Casement window helper I used this dry lubricant on my Anderson casement windows. It worked very well and makes opening the windows as if they were new. Goes on wet and dries to a powdery finish so it won't attract dirt, dust , leaves etc. key is to work it into the guides on top and bottom of the window after you clean off the accumulated debris. August 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great on squeeks I used this on my easy chair and on door hinges. I don't care much for the white film it leaves on the items, but it did stop the noise on both the chair and door hinge. Will probably purchase the clear spray next time, but this one worked just fine for me. July 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product / Very unique I use this on everything in my work-shop that I need lubricated & keeping dust build-up away. It's great for saw blades, keeping them clean, rust free and smooth. I also use it on my "table saw surface top" making wood pieces slide freely through the cut without getting hung up. It's also an "excellent gun cleaner"...keeping the gun cleaner for longer periods of time while at the shooting range. I don't need to clean them as often between shoots The Dry Lube keeps them dust and carbon free. January 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for low-compression fixes This is essentially the lubricant PTFE in spray form. It is not a 'compression' lubricant for such purposes as the metal gears of heavy machinery. It is best suited to sliding parts, such as drawers, windows, locks and other such light mechanical systems. For those purposes it is extremely effective. It has to be well shaken to mix the powdered PTFE with the wetting agent, and to comes out very wet, easily penetrating hard to reach places where it dries to a slick, thin white coating that is easy to clean up where there is excess. After penetration you have to let it dry and not use the device while it forms this slippery coating. This is the same process for applying other dry lubricants. I've used this for a number of things, but I'm most impressed with how well it lubs small fans, such as the fans in computers which I often have to lubricate to stop them from making noise. Obviously it is only a temporary fix for any lubricant because all lubricants eventually work their way out from the points of contact, but rather than replace a fan that is fine for a few years if lubricated properly, I'd rather spend my money on this stuff. May 13, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst lube ever! This stuff is horrible: I used it on two things, a bike chain and the wheels on a dryer drum and it failed miserably for both. It is easy to use and dries fast, but the resulting film does not stick to the parts! Instead it just rubs off leaving a talcum-powder-like substance all over the surrounding area. In the case of the dryer drum, the powder actually gummed up the bearings to the point they wouldn't turn and so the dryer wouldn't start. So I had to take the whole thing apart again, clean this stuff off, and go back to my usual lube (Triflow, which HD unfortunately doesn't carry) which works *so* much better. In fact it's so bad I think I'm done with dry lubes (other than using candles for drawer guides) and will only ever use wet lubes from now on. Avoid Blaster Dry Lube like the plague! September 19, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Unstuck my Ignition Key I can only give testament to the results for a single purpose. I bought this product to un-stick my car key which was stuck in the ignition of my Toyota Avalon. The key would turn but not pull out. After a couple of squirts and a little jiggling, the key came out. I'm thrilled that I only spend $5 instead of hundreds of dollars on car repair. December 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great on stuck windows This stuff does a GREAT job on stuck windows! The propellant evaporates immediately and leaves behind the lubricant. It's dry so it doesn't go away, attract dirt, or get sticky. We can open our 35 year old windows with one finger now. I know this because I proved it to my husband!! August 31, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Stuff I have used this on my garage door, my table saw top, rip fence, and cross cut miter gage slots, door hinges, tools, and about anything else one could name. It dries super fast and works very well in all my applications. No complaints about this product, it works great. AD2 November 1, 2011
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