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ACF-50 Anti-Corrosion Lubricant Formula - 32 oz Bottle (.95 Ltr)

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Approved for use on all metals and electronics Clear ultra thin fluid film leaves a non-greasy atmospheric barrier to protect base metal Spray directly into electrical connections and components to prevent corrosion induced failures Chemically neutralizes the corrosive effects of road salt Will not dry out or trap moisture in Remains active up to 12 months ACF-50 contains no solids, non-flammable and non-toxic ACF-50 is safe to use anywhere on machine (keep off brakes, rotors) Protect your ride with ACF-50.

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    Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 22, 2021
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Think WD40, If WD40 Was Actually Useful For Rust Protection
    By Mike D on October 22, 2021
    I once asked the folks in the lab, why all our prototype gear was always rust free. Robot vehicles, platforms, containers, gantries, etc. Stuff that spends a LOT of time outdoors in not so nice conditions (north east USA. Cold, nasty, super evil mag-chloride salt spray everywhere....)

    I was handed a bottle of this stuff, did some research (which all pointed to it being magic anti rust goop made for airplanes), and decided to give it a shot.

    After several riding trips involving a lot of offroad and muck, I'm happy to say I haven't seen a single spec of rust in places I normally expect it (bolt heads, cupped areas between frame gussets, exposed nuts, etc).
    The hype is real, ACF50 really does work.

    HOWEVER

    Don't expect to just glob it on and watch pixies perfectly preserve your stuff. As I was told by our technicians, and have seen repeatedly on the web, there are right and wrong ways to use this stuff.

    Assuming most people reading this are ~probably~ going to use it on their motos. In which case, read on.

    The first key, you're going to need to get things clean. ACF50 provides a layer of protection, but that layer is less effective if you've applied it to junk. ACF also penetrates pretty well, but not if you have years of caked on oily road grim. Get that stuff off! Get real friendly with your bike and a good degreaser.

    Next is application. You can just wipe this stuff on in a thin film (think careful lubrication of firearms), but the real magic is in using a mist. The real power of ACF50 is being able to get it into places you normally can't easily clean or protect. Think down in the crevices of your engine, or up underneath your tank.

    While there is an aerosol version of this product, I highly recommend getting a cheap airbush or paint gun, and using that to spray a fine mist of warm ACF50 (it won't atomize well if cold, aerosol can included). This lets you get into all the spots you can't see, which is exactly where rust usually takes hold.

    Now for bikes, beware that ACF50 is VERY slippery stuff that does not like coming off easily without a strong degreaser. This is a fantastic quality :D.......except for grips....pedals...brakes....tires...the wall...the dog...you get the idea. You need to cover some things.

    Get out garbage bags and some painters-tape. Cover your tires and brake discs. Cover grips, mirrors, buttons, remove your seat and any gear/bags you don't want ACF'd. If you're being particularly thorough, remove side panels to get deep. On my Tenere 700 and XT250, panels pop right off so this was a 10min job.

    Once you've got that sorted, get to spraying (remember to make sure the ACF50 is warm! Leave the bottle in the sun or some hot water). Use ventilation, ACF50 is really good for your bike, but not for you. Again, you really don't want to be breathing in a mist of this stuff (or any other aerosol petrochem).

    Once settled, let the material dry. Touch up any spots you missed like bolt heads or electrical contacts like ground straps.

    As for washing, cold water will remove most gunk that's sitting on top of a layer of ACF50. You really don't want to be spraying a ton of soap or detergent, as that removes the work you've done. While this can leave your bike looking a little grungy, it does keep protection in place longer. Places you can get to normally (such as panels and wheels), you can soap/clean/protect as normal if that's your style. So long as you don't go spraying soap up inside the bike, the important places (ie those that are hard to get to) stay protected.

    ACF50 touts 12 to 24mo protection, but generally I spray twice a year: going into winter, and spring cleaning.

    TLDR:
    --The hype is real*
    *Used as directed

    --Spraying is better than wiping. Misting is better than spraying.
    --ACF50 sprays better warm.
    --Get your stuff clean and dry first, then cover up parts that need grip (grips, tires, brakes, etc)
    --Don't breathe in the mist. Ventilation and a respirator are your friends. Glasses too.
    --Strong degreasers like Wash-All will remove ACF50. Wash with water until ready to clean/spray again.
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