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SiliKroil Penetrating Solvent, 10 oz. aerosol (SILIKROIL)

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SiliKroil Penetrating Solvent, 10 oz. aerosol (SILIKROIL) + Kano Aerokroil Penetrating Oil, 10 oz. aerosol (AEROKROIL) + Kano Kroil Penetrating Oil, 8 oz. liquid (KROIL)
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandKano
Item Weight13.6 ounces
Product Dimensions5.4 x 2.7 x 2.6 inches
Manufacturer Part NumberSILIKROIL
  
Additional Information
ASINB0003041WK
Best Sellers Rank #11,195 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Product Description

The oil that creeps.plus silicone. Penetrates - creeps into openings as small as a millionth of an inch. Lubricates - carries lubrication into infinitely small spaces. Dissolves rust - breaks down the crystals of iron oxide so that stuck-together parts can be loosened easily. Resists wetting - a SiliKroil surface repels water or moisture, thereby avoiding corrosion.

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Customer Reviews

This is the best rust eater money can buy.
Carl D. Newby
Probably the best penetrating oil out there, but by far, the most expensive.
wiseman
After about an hour I tried the bolts again and they came loose right away!
R. Oden

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By g in CO on July 8, 2013
I'm so glad to find this available on Amazon. I will never be without a can of it (aerosol for my needs). I've used it over the past three years on a number of things. WD-40 is a waste of time. PB Blaster is a little better. But nothing even compares to Kroil.

This evening for the past four hours I have been trying to remove a Trimax "security" trailer hitch pin. Some one had squirted super glue into it. First I tried acetone since that is a cyanoacrylate remover. Then brake cleaner. I couldn't even get the key to insert fully. Even hit it with propane torch. Nothing. Thought I was going to have to go to a locksmith or mechanics shop. Or try and freeze it with freon and then beat it with a sledge hammer. It was too close for a cut-off wheel.

I thought what the heck, I'll give my Kroil a shot. One application for a couple seconds, five seconds later the key inserted and it turned free, as smooth as butter.

Forget nuclear fusion. This is the greatest stuff in the universe.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By John on May 1, 2009
This is good for heavy duty corrosion. I'd use it on parts that look like they might be stuck, give it a few minutes, and then turn the wrenches. It saves stripping the heads and scraping knuckles.

I'll also use it when something is definitely stuck, it works really well on engine parts where heat and corrosion have almost fused parts.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Oden on December 11, 2011
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My dad has used Kroil for years but I wasn't able to find this in stores anywhere. Amazon to the rescue! While doing a brake job I had a couple bolts which I was NOT able to move. I tried PB Blaster and got nowhere. I sprayed on the Kroil and first I noticed that even though its thicker in consistency, it penetrates just as well (if not better) than PB blaster. It also bubbles a lot more (which I guess means its having a better chemical reaction.) After about an hour I tried the bolts again and they came loose right away!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Coasty on April 18, 2013
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I have used this product to remove Main wing spars from a DC-9 made in the mid 1940's. I will never use any other penetrating fluid it is the best I have ever seen in my 30 plus years as a Aircraft Mechanic. Thank you for this great product.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Colonel on January 13, 2010
I tried a few penetrating oil, WD40, PB, lube, gun lube but nothing compare to Kano. I was trying to lose a PCV valve form my Honda engine stuck for years, I gave Kano a tried and after a week of spraying, it was out. I also recover all tool from my grandpa , they were old, hard and stiff kano gave them life again...This solvent is odorless compare to PB. Recommended for everything.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By WanJae on December 17, 2012
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A friend of mine turned me on to this stuff. I've not bought anything but Kano products since (well, I think this stuff is all they make). Spray it (liberally) onto your stuck fastener (over torqued, rusted, salted, dirty, whatever), and just walk away. Come back in five minutes. Still stuck? Spray on some more and come back in an hour. If it's still stuck (and this has only happened to me once), let it soak overnight.

I know with other penetrating oils, I've ended up drilling out my fair share of fasteners. Since I've been using Kroil, I probably haven't had to drill out a stuck bolt in over a year. (Smells like flowers, too. Oily flowers.) And if you're not the only mechanically oriented person around, either order a bunch, or find a good place to hide the stuff ...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Erik Skulason on August 24, 2013
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For stubborn fasteners we need a combo kit made of:
patience, technique, best penetrating solvent (KANO Kroil), 1/2" ID air hose& automotive fittings, max. allowed PSI for the impact tool, adequate power impact wrench (the goal is to loosen w/o breaking the bolt/nut), time for letting the penetrating fluid to work, repeated spraying and hammering (clock AND counter clockwise) and the tightest (non-elastic) impact sockets we can fit.

Kroil always worked for me, much faster and efficient than other brands.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jo B. Williams on July 12, 2013
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if you really need to loosen something corroded or rusted, this is what you want. be aware that the smell is intense and lingers longer than other products, but this works where other solvents fail. this particular product leaves a silicon film - I use the versions that have the silicone content and the one that does not
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