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269458 Michael Suwczinsky <nicknaylo@g...> 2019‑11‑26 Re: Mechanic's Vise Rehab
I've had a tube of white lithium grease in the shop for years and years
now, mostly to lubricate things I want the grease to stick to, as opposed
to bearings and such that get oil. Didn't know about the sticks, and will
look for them next time the local ACE hardware calls (which is at least
weekly-;-)

On Tue, Nov 26, 2019 at 4:41 AM Ed O'  wrote:

> I really like White Lithium Crayons like this for vises:
>
>
> https://www.ama
zon.com/Lith-Ease-Grease-Stick-Lithium-Carded/dp/B00JG3IG4O/ref=sr_1_35?keywords
=white+lithium&qid=1574771067&sr=8-35
>
> It is not sticky and will not trap dust or other filings. Just rub the end
> along the thread and any wear points.  It is essentially white lithium
> grease in a wax binder.
>
> Ed O'
>
> -----Original Message-----
>
> Kirk,
>
> That raises a question in my mind:  What's the most appropriate lubricant
> for a vise, and how should it be applied?
>
> Chuck Taylor
> north of Seattle
>
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Michael

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