- Patented synthetic NLGI grade 2 heavy-duty, multipurpose lubricant
- Dielectric, Food Grade, Clean
- NSF Rating H-1, safe for incidental food contact
- Will not drip, run or evaporate
- Impervious to salt water, safe in potable water
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Super Lube 21030 Synthetic Grease (NLGI 2), 3 oz Tube
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Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||Super Lube|
|Color||Translucent white color|
|UPC||636123536777 , 082353210305|
|EAN||0636123536777 , 0082353210305 , 7844908504078|
|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|National Stock Number||9150-01-413-9238|
|Number of Items||1|
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A CHECK WITH THE MANUFACTURER CONFIRDED THAT IT IS SAFE TO USE IN "POTABLE WATER", IS NON-TOXIC, AND IS NSF RATED H-1 FOR INCIDENTAL FOOD CONTACT. How great is that!?!
I'm going to use it to grease my sinks faucet valves, on the aquarium pumps, and anywhere else a non-toxic grease is important. I recently used it on my pizza oven's "drawer slide", it cured the extreme sticking perfectly. It's stable and doesn't "run" up to 650 deg. if I recall correctly, it is great in kitchen ovens!!
Sounds crazy, but, one of the harshest applications for a lubricant is on high quality "precision" roller skate bearings. These can be extremely expensive, and have faces which can be opened for cleaning and lubrication, and they really have a way of "testing" the lubrication properties of grease, etc. I had tried every type of grease and oil available with unsatisfactory results........until I tried SUPER LUBE, it REALLY, REALLY worked when all others failed. Since then I use Super Lube "across the boards" on everything. I have all the different sizes, it's great the way it performs in very cold or hot environments. (I came across an advertisement for it while searching for an OEM silicone lubricant for Aquarium filter O-rings, this Fluval G6 filter costs over $300, non-toxic Super-Lube should work just great!).
This is the most incredibly effective lubricant available, I couldn't recommend it highly enough. If you have a "top priority" really important lubrication requirement use SUPER LUBE and you can be sure you've applied the most effective protection available!
I have experience with Panef White Lithium grease, Sta Lube Moly Graph Lithium grease, various "marine grade" wheel bearing greases, and a host of others plus anti-seize products from my years of working on bicycles and professionally on motorcycles.
There are several problems in dealing with greases:
1. For most home users, greases are sold in quantities so large that if you buy something you don't like, you end up keeping it and using it, anyways, because you don't want to throw out a tub of usable grease. Translation: finding the right grease can be costly and problematic when you only use a couple tablespoonfuls a year.
2. Greases come in a bewildering array of thicknesses and types. What works good for one application will not necessarily work good for another application. Marine grade greases are uber-thick and work great for motorcycle steering head bearings and suspension pivots but are inappropriate for a bicycle wheel hub bearing.
Having said all this, I have been very impressed with Super Lube's synthetic grease. I use it extensively on my bicycle and have found that it is extremely versatile: it is thick enough for head bearings but thin and smooth enough for an air shock canister seal. It is also incredibly durable. I have used it on my wheel hubs (cup, cone, and loose bearing arrangements) and after a season of riding it is as clean and consistent in thickness as when I first installed it. That is an anomaly. The Panef and Sta Lube greases mentioned above show major deterioration after a couple months.
Bottom line: if you need one grease that you will be very happy with this is the one to get.Read more ›
For starters, it has just the right viscosity and doesn't seep out of the ratchets, even the non-sealed ones, like an oil would. It also goes on clear, so it doesn't leave a nasty buildup or obscure the parts inside the ratchets. Keeps everything looking clean and makes it easier to maintain and rebuild them as necessary. It works well with coarse as well as fine tooth ratchets, because you really only need a very thin layer of this lubricant for it to do its job.
Try using a thicker grease with a fine tooth ratchet and you will gum it up completely and it will stop working properly or switch directions on you. This stuff works in high end 80 tooth ratchets as well as older 24 and 36 tooth models. It works equally well on round head and pear shaped ratchets and I've had no issues lubing up either one with it. You will be amazed at how smooth and functional a dry ratchet becomes when you refresh it with this stuff.
For the cheap price, you can get enough of this to last you years, given the small amount you need to apply, at least in terms of ratchets. I bought a tube and threw it into a drawer with my ratchet repair kits and spare parts. It's the only thing I use in all my ratchets and I've never once had a problem from using. I love this stuff and I can see exactly why the OEMs are using it when they put brand new ratchets out from the factory. I cannot recommend this enough for use in ratchets. Try some and you'll never go back!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use this grease on my Chain. Now it works smoothly and also prevent rust on my chain.Published 3 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Needed a food grade silicone lubricant to fix some sliders in my oven where the preexisting lube in the ball bearings had burned out when I forgot to take out the slider when I ran... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Zac
NOT good for Natural Rubber
I was looking for a grease to lubricate rubber seals on roof and doors on my jeep wrangler
I called Super Lube customer support to check if... Read more
I use this super Lube to lubricate the VPI TT platter's inverted bearing and shaft.
I also use it - with great satisfaction - for the VPI motor flywheel shaft. Read more
A lot a product for the price. I used it and it really works.Published 4 days ago by California Dream
I bought this to use as wheel bearing grease on my mountain bike hub (loose bearings in a race, not the sealed type). Read morePublished 4 days ago by G. Thorpe