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It works fine but the tip is still too large to work with auto key hole. I had to work with it and probably wasted more than if it had a smaller tip.Published 1 day ago by FilmGuy
Easy to use.
Worked as promised (lubricated seized lock and now the lock turns NO PROBLEMS!)
Not cheaper than do it yourself pencil method, but definitely easier.
What can I say other than it does what it's supposed to. It's a quality powdered graphite that I personally use on guitar nut slots and saddles.Published 5 months ago by Rebar
It took less than 30 seconds to apply this an restore my front door lock to like new. Just be careful not to cut too much off the applicator end. Read morePublished 5 months ago by kimberly yvette willingham
It's what you want for hinges and locks, points where freezing contact is a concern. For the homeowner/ DIY'er this little tube will probably last your lifetime. :)Published 5 months ago by NLP Comprehensive
It's graphite, and really good for freeing up locks, but the tip is a little large to squeeze the stuff into a key-hole - be prepared to have it spray all overPublished 6 months ago by Lots of Purchases
I received a tube of graphite, and it works as graphite should. I dusted it into my door hinges and no more loud squeaks.Published 6 months ago by Austin Brown