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Wed Apr 13 00:42:35 CDT 2016
On Wed, April 13, 2016 02:06, drlegendre . wrote:
> The 'Zoom Spout' Turbine Oil (Supco, other mfrs.) is brilliant for
> lubricating any fine mechanisms. It's also quite inexpensive, and the
> extensible spout is worth the price of the bottle alone. The oil contained
> is crystal-clear and somewhere in the 5-10W range, non-detergent and will
> not gum up.
> Here's another little jewel, that no mechanical geek worth their salt
> should be without - the General Tools 589 Precision Oiler. This is a
> high-quality, leak-proof refillable oiler, that allows very precise
> dispensing of even the smallest droplets.
> As an example, eBay item #131703297238
> On Tue, Apr 12, 2016 at 6:18 PM, Chuck Guzis <cclist at sydex.com> wrote:
>> On 04/12/2016 03:24 PM, dwight wrote:
>> > Please don't put it on your teletype unless you intend to
>> > immediately rinse it off with solvent.
>> What Dwight said.
>> Kerosene or paint thinner makes a good cleaning solvent. SAE 5 "white"
>> oil is a good lightweight lubricant; often used to lube sewing machines.
Those are neat. I'll look for a similar one here locally.
There is still a sewing machine shop/repair shop nearby, I 'll go there
to add an extra bottle of oil to my supplies.
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