grease advice needed
fernande at internet1.net
Sun Mar 19 18:42:37 CST 2006
Pete Turnbull wrote:
> It should be OK. I've used silicon grease, even very thick types. You
> can get special safe-for-plastic greases; they're used in the
> automotive industry to prevent plastic trim from squeaking, for
This is good info..... I'd like to be able to re-apply, or apply this
when I work on my vehicles.
> However, although I'm sure it's not what Sony et al had in
> mind, I've successfully used silicon-based furniture polish with great
> success. I have monitors which have been cleaned and then lubricated
> with that a decade ago, and are still perfectly happy.
I briefly though about that. I didn't think ti would hold up, However.
In this situation, the whole (heavy) monitor rides on this, so a
thicker product seemed the way to go.
> My advice would
> be not to buy anything specially, if you already have something that
> seems like it will do.
I purchased the Sil-Glyde that Chuck recommended, but it was under $1
for a little packet, so no big deal. Besides, I like trying new
Thanks for your suggestions.
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