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Yes, I put a drop on the threads of my dies when I screw them in, I use it on light sliding parts and I use it on screws that get taken in and out often, lots of everyday uses. The container is now plastic and it cost $3.79 for 3 fluid ounces. I like it mainly because there is no overspray as with aerosols.
 
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Absolutely.
Used it yesterday on squeaky door hinges.
 

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I have a can in the cabinet in the garage.
It's the first thing I grab if something needs to get slippery.
 

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Yeppers! That and Rem Oil!!!


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Remoil with Teflon too


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I haven't seen that in years, I probably have a can or two laying around somewhere, but I usually use WD-40, Break Free or Marvel Mystery Oil.
 

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I've got a bottle on the shelf.
 

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I think I've got 1 older can and a couple of smaller bottles on top of WD40, Slick 50, Marvel mystery oil and even a cans of Hoppes #9 lubricating oil and Singer sewing machine oil.
 
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Not on guns but all the time on other stuff.
 
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I'm not sure why, but I have a can on the shelf by the kitchen sink. At least I know where it is and it's handy...:)
 

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Absolutely. I have several cans. I use it as a rust preventive. It also makes a pretty good light lube. While it will change viscosity at temperature extremes, it is darned good at the normal shooting temperature ranges. And it cleans well, so when I clean my guns, there's no film or crud left.
 
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Got a can on my reloading bench to lube my presses.
 
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I use on electric hair clippers/shears. That's about it.
 
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