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on May 8, 2016
When it arrived I used a 1/16 drill bit to hand ream an opening hole for the tip. Like another reviewer noticed the powder seemed a bit clumpy instead of a fine consistent powder. So I emailed about that and got a fast reply that was very friendly and helpful. I was told that it's normal for it to be clumpy, so the bottle needs a good shaking before using it. I tried it out and it works fine. I dabbed some on a napkin and burnished it on the surfaces I needed it on. In their email they suggested some other methods of application, like using a small hobby paint brush to apply it or mixing it with mineral spirits to transfer it into tight areas. The mineral spirits will evaporate and leave the moly behind. I heard you can mix it with isopropyl alcohol like that too. One other thing, I was also told moly does not have any negative reactions to water.
If you're wondering what the clumpiness looks like, Loudwolf has a good picture of the molybdenmum disulfide poured out on a petri dish on their molybdenum disulfide page. This brand looks like that too. It's not as pure as the other one being sold by Loudwolf, but then it's a 1% difference. If you need a lot of this stuff, you may want to go with the one offered by Loudwolf since it's four times as much for the same price.
Lastly the stuff can be messy and will leave a stain if it gets on your clothes.