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I would buy again, and recommend friends and family to buy.
Even though the video says Lithium Grease is best I had a can of 3-IN-ONE 100581 Garage Door Lubricant Spray, 11 oz. on hand and figured I would give it a try.
The motors clutch woudl kick in like it was getting stuck and we needed to help out by pushing or pulling on the slider.
Decent stuff, but messy to use in a spray form. Mask the area around to keep it clean!Published 12 days ago by J. Brubaker
It did not work like a silicon spray - gets everywhere via misting and the white shows up on everything .... like paint spatter.Published 2 months ago by Margue L. Hunt
My elliptical started to get that squeak (I accidentally dropped my shirt on the rail and ran a few extra steps on it, which wiped off all of the grease). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Steve
I got this to use on the elliptical I have in my living room. I get up early and don't want to wake up my roommates. This made the elliptical completely silent. Read morePublished 2 months ago by DBR
I'd prefer a cream than a spray, but the fact is that lithium grease works across a wide range of temperatures, doesn't attract dirt like most gun oils, and does the business... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Allan M. Lees
This is a good product but i do not recommend for small places such as hinges for garage door. The reason is that this product leaves greasy white residue which turns to yellow... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Academic
I have a 2008 Pontiac G6 plagued with the front end clunking caused by the intermediate steering shaft while turning the steering wheel. Read morePublished 3 months ago by L. Potts
Well, I haven't had to use this yet but I am sure it will do the job easily being in an aerosol can!Published 3 months ago by Sandra D. Beeman