SILICONE LUBRICANT

£8.95
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Description

Silicone Lubricant is widely used in the furniture and bed manufacturing industries, where the cleaning and lubricating properties of silicone give excellent benefits. It is also ideal for use in textile manufacturing as a lubricant for machinery and table tops.

Silicone Lubricant provides a clear barrier which is excellent for treating machinery and moving parts against the build up of dust, hair and foreign matter. Being impervious to water, it deposits a film onto protective clothing, canvas tents, golf bags, umbrellas, fishing and camping accessories and other similar materials, making them rain and shower proof.

Silicone Lubricant puts slip where you want it, and is excellent for treating desk drawers, squeaking hinges, seized locks and is superb for lubricating tools such as saw blades and cutting edges. It puts the shine back on vehicle dashboards and door panels and may be used as a general purpose polish.

Silicone Lubricant revitalises metal zip fasteners.

 

Product

Silicone Lubricant is a clear, non-staining lubricant.

Method of Use

Dependant upon application, Silicone Lubricant should be sprayed onto the surface from 15cm (6 inches) to 25cm (10 inches), if required buff with a clean cloth.

Handling and Storage

Considerations Whilst handling Silicone Lubricant, we advise to keep away from heat, sparks and open flames and to use the aerosol in well ventilated areas. Silicone Lubricant needs to be stored at moderate temperatures in dry, well ventilated areas and must not be exposed to direct sunlight or temperatures above 50°C.

Benefits Portable

  • Health and safety: It does not contain potentially environment or ozone damaging materials such as CFCs.
  • Ease of Use: Spray on, wipe off.
  •  Lightweight 500ml Aerosol.
  • Clean: Every application is a clean, fresh application.
  • Shelf Life: 12 months from date of purchase.

Disposal Considerations

Silicone Lubricant must be disposed of safely, in accordance with local authority requirements. The empty containers must not be burned due to explosion hazards.

Recommendations

We recommend that you view the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for further information on the product before use and if you have any questions or queries then you can contact technical services.