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3 g Powdered Graphite Lubricant

$523
  • Lubricant is non-conductive for safety
  • Helps protect against rust and general wear and tear
  • Nozzle tip helps direct the lubricant where it needs to be
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Product Overview

Ideal for household and auto needs. The Hillman Group 3 g Powdered Graphite Lubricant has a nozzle tip for easy insertion. It is safe to use on any surface.
  • Lock lubricant ideal for home and auto
  • Graphite-based
  • Nozzle tip for effortless application
  • Non-conductive

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size (oz.)
0.105821

Details

Container type
Tube
Lubricant base
Graphite
Nonconductive
Yes
Protects against rust
No
Returnable
90-Day
Safe on any surface
Yes
Sprays on clear
No
Water repellant
No

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.2
    out of 216 reviews
  • 80% recommend this product
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Not powdered, flaky
This is not a fine powder like the name would suggest. This is a small flake like pepper
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Response from Customer Service@HillmanOct 11, 2021
Thank you for your feedback, we have noted your feedback and are reviewing possible options to improve this product
    This graphite lubricant was easy to use and worked great. My entrance door was hard to lock and u...
    This graphite lubricant was easy to use and worked great. My entrance door was hard to lock and unlock, and after applying this product into the keyhole, now my key works effortlessly!
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    We had a large heavy older metal window which keeps sticking. Other lubricant applications haven...
    We had a large heavy older metal window which keeps sticking. Other lubricant applications haven't really eliminated the issue. We thought we'd try graphite powder. Number One: application only works if you hold the tube at a perfect vertical angle. After the window was raised, it was impossible to apply the powder along the window side rail. Number Two: it was difficult to get the graphite powder to come out - had to shake it down - and then it was difficult to apply exactly where I wanted. It goes back to that vertical angle - trying to apply it to the side rail wound up with powder on the sill rather than the rail. Number Three: three g is a tiny amount. The tube is 3 1/2" long and less than 2" is powder. Back to the drawing board for fixing that window.
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    Response from Customer Service@HillmanNov 18, 2019
    Thank you for providing us feedback on your product experience. We apologize that the product did not perform to your expectations and we will continue to monitor product performance for quality control.
    This Hillman powdered graphite lubricant is ideal for household and auto lock to keep the lock tumblers lubricated. The graphite tube has a nozzle tip for easy insertion into the keyhole. The graphic is non-conductive. Don’t wait until the keyhole get jamb, if you do this product would not work. If you feel it hard to lock just squeeze a little bit of the graphite into the key hole and put your key into the keyhole and exercise it unit it smooth again. What ever you do not use a petroleum product to lubricate your locks. It will only introduce dirt in the tumbler and gum up. Making the lock useless.
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    If you’re Mr. Fix-It, you need this! Never use anything sticky or oily to maintain a lock. Grap...
    If you’re Mr. Fix-It, you need this! Never use anything sticky or oily to maintain a lock. Graphite is the best way to loosen up a sticky lock without doing damage. This usually is all you need when you have trouble inserting or turning your key. Out of habit, I shake the tube before using, then just put a couple of puffs into the keyhole. I also use graphite to lube latch and deadbolts that are sticky. Although I didn’t see any residual graphite on my key after using this graphite, I still always wipe the key off to prevent black streaks in unwanted places.
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    This is your classic lubricant for Cub Scout Pinewood Derby cars. Does it actually make the car ...
    This is your classic lubricant for Cub Scout Pinewood Derby cars. Does it actually make the car go faster? I don't know, but it is fun to think that it does. It is dry powder lubricant rather than an oil. It is less prone to running but the power has a way of getting everywhere too. I received this HILLMAN 3 G POWDERED GRAPHITE LUBRICANT for free to write this review.
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    The Hillman Powdered Graphite Lubricant worked well on multiple locks. I had a couple of door loc...
    The Hillman Powdered Graphite Lubricant worked well on multiple locks. I had a couple of door locks where the key was sticking when inserting/removing. I puffed some of the graphite into the key hole and slid a key in and out numerous times. The action was much smoother than before the graphite was applied. There are two problems I ran into with the product. First, because of the tube design and the material inside, it is hard to get product to come to the tip of the tube and blow into the lock. Second, if you do get the product to blow in, it also blows back on your hand/clothes. Maybe removing the doorknob and placing it on a flat surface so the graphite tube can be pointed down would work better but that is far more work than one should have to go through.
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    Sure it is great for locks, but I've found some other uses for it too when you don't want an oily...
    Sure it is great for locks, but I've found some other uses for it too when you don't want an oily mess. 4 stars. I took off one star simply because I think a novice or first time user might be confused by the application process. I know I was the first time I tried this. Maybe a few more instructions on how the "puff application" works? You "puff out" a little bit into the lock or surface. It really isn't obvious what you are doing, especially if you are used to dropping oil into things. I wish they could come up with a different way to apply that gave more feedback to the user. None of that matters once you understand the product. My suggestion: practice a little application on a sheet of paper first to see how it works. You might want to do this outside since the graphite can be messy. So, besides locks, I find this works really well on tools! I've used it on my T50 stapler, pliers, and combination wrenches. It is better than any oil which just collects dirt and makes the tool a slimy mess. See photo of use on my stapler. My stapler was jamming, and a few applications of the graphite helped the staples slide through to the hammer better, avoiding jams. Nice! Made in China
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    I was surprised how well this graphite lubricant worked. I had a very squeaky door hinge that was...
    I was surprised how well this graphite lubricant worked. I had a very squeaky door hinge that was very loud and let you know whenever someone came into the house. I decided to try a dry lube to prevent oil or grease dripping down the wall. I sprinkled some on the pin and inside the hinges then reinstalled the pin. The door makes no noise whatsoever now. Very cost effective an low mess product.
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    2 people found this helpful
    This is a dry lubricant, consisting of almost microscopic flakes of pure graphite, see photo. Dry...
    This is a dry lubricant, consisting of almost microscopic flakes of pure graphite, see photo. Dry lubricants are useful in situations where grease or oil would be a mess, like a key lock. You don't want a key to get all greasy every time you use it. On the other hand, a dry lubricant has no penetrating power, and is fairly useless to free-up something that is already stuck, like a frozen car door lock. You want to use it ahead of time.
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