Ideal ClearGlide Wire pulling lubricant is a polymer-based formula well suited for all electrical and datacom applications and safe to use with all cable types. It is clear and colorless and suitable for indoor as well as outdoor applications. This formula provides quick and easy clean up and extraordinary lubricity for super-fast pulls. It remains stable over wide temperature ranges and dries to a semi-fluid film that won't clog conduit. It is convenient to apply by hand, brush or pump and is environmentally safe.
Clear and colorless for quick and easy clean-up - great for indoor and retrofit pulls
Polymer-based formula is perfect for all electrical and datacomm applications and is safe to use with all cable types
Controlled evaporation rate is Ideal for shorter runs
Remains stable over wide temperature ranges - usable from 32°F to 180°F (0°C to 82°C)
Environmentally safe - non-toxic, non-flammable and non-corrosive
LIMITED WARRANTY - This product is guaranteed to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from date of purchase. A defective product will be repaired or replaced free of charge. Excludes defects caused by abuse, misuse, neglect, alterations or accidents. Consequential or incidental damages are not recoverable under this warranty.
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Oct 29, 2021
Jul 30, 2020
Very good lubricant works great!!!...
Very good lubricant works great!!!
Apr 2, 2019
Was disappointed that the lubricant was the consistency of a...
Was disappointed that the lubricant was the consistency of a bucket of Jell-O shots, so it wouldn’t go into a horizontal pipe, so we just scooped some out of the bucket as the wire spool unrolled. I way over ordered. Still have plenty left over. But happy it made the job go smoother.
Response from Ron KipperApr 5, 2019
Hi Richard yes the lube can be a little messy and why we make it to pretty much evaporate so very little is left after it all drys out. Have fun Ron at email@example.com