|Item Weight||11.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 3 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||80078|
|Manufacturer Part Number||80078|
|OEM Part Number||80078|
|National Stock Number||8030-01-311-6473|
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Permatex 80078 Anti-Seize Lubricant with Brush Top Bottle, 8 oz.
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Actually, last year I put some anti seize lube on a bolt that was previously seized for my headlight housing that required a thorough soaking of pb and a ratchet & vise grip combo to remove and just removed it again yesterday and it came off with so much ease I was scared that it was just doing a free spin again (which it wasn't).
I have only been using this product for a year now and I only started because it got such rave reviews and I can safely say that I will never go without having this extremely valuable product in my garage. It almost makes me want to take out every single bolt/screw, give it a coating, and replace it now before it's too late. I've had to cut/torch so many bolts and have lost so many hours of my life on what should have been simple 20 minute jobs that I wish that these auto manufacturers treated all of the bolts/screws/nuts with this product upon assembly.
Yeah, this stuff gets messy, get enough on your hands and you sort of start to look like tin man, but it gives my wife a reason to run away from me when I threaten to smudge her up.
It's silver in color, 8-oz. container (a bunch), -65F - 1600F, Anti-Seize, -Corrosion and -Galling; has Lid Brush; label indicates "Made in USA".
Specific Use: Ease assembly and disassembly of hardware which experience extreme temperatures and/or corrosive conditions.
I've used this routinely, and sparingly for it does not take much - just a light swipe on threads, mating surfaces etc. Most of my last container went to lubricating boat and boat engine components for very good saltwater corrosion prevention.
A general caution is: not apply to business end of sparkplug, O2 sensor etc (lightly on threads/sealing surface only) - else could impact component performance (never seen it happen lol).
*UPDATE: I visited Permatex website - wished I'd done so earlier ... A summary:
From Website Technical Data Sheets (TDS),
This Permatex (80078) has ingredients of "aluminum, copper and graphite lubricants ... meets or exceed requirements of Mil Spec Mil-A-907E."
Temperature Range: "-51F to 1600F"
TDS Applications: "Sparkplug threads, Exhaust & Engine Hardware, Brake Assemblies, Boilers, Ovens, Jet Engines and Turbines.", and does refer to a "Marine" use.
Permatex Copper: This may be a preferred product due to seemingly inherent do-all capability: Dielectric grease, anti-seize, anti-corrosion to include mating surfaces of dissimilar metals. Specific from TDS, " ... designed for stainless ... contains a high percentage of micro-fine copper flakes in a semi-synthetic, grease carrier and fortified with high quality rust and corrosion inhibitors ...Read more ›
When I discovered that there are such things as anti-seize lubricants for soldering irons, my worries seemed to be over. Well, not quite! Although the lubricants that I was able to find were effective, they were a little difficult to find and came in such small tubes. They were also relatively expensive. Of course, "expensive" does not mean much when one is faced with having to toss a $150.00 soldering iron.
After researching anti-seize lubricants and finding them offered on Amazon, I decided to try Permatex's product. It was supposed to work for automobile brakes and their high temperatures, so why not for my soldering irons which would have lower temperatures?
When the Permatex lubricant arrived, I immediately applied a small amount to one of my soldering irons. I have been using this iron now with the Permatex for a month, and each day I have checked to see if the iron's tip could be easily removed. The tip came out with no difficulty, and the lubricant appeared to still be there.
The Permatex 80078 Anti-Seize Lubricant is a genuine bargain. It costs very little. There is more in the 8 oz. container than I will probably ever use in my remaining work days, because it takes so little lubricant to do the job. Most important, it works very effectively.
This product works great and is cheap, it separates a little if you store it in a hot garage but doesn't separate once stirred up an applied to a part.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This product is great and works as expected.
However - Ordered 3 - 12 packs, keep receiving 3 individual cans. Read more
I use this anytime I work on any of our family cars. I was tired of backing out seized bolts on control arms and breaking components. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
Used it on a coil spring compressor when changing struts on my light truck. Worked just fine.Published 19 days ago by B J.
A Ford Tech recommended using this Permatex High Temperature anti-seize. Cheap, convenient and arrived FAST! Used on a spark plug replacement of a 2006 F150 with the 5.4 Triton. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Sanch