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Penetrating Oils

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C. Amick

11-18-2010 17:37:32




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Has anyone ever used Penetro 90 penetrating oil, see link below? I've used PB Blaster quite a bit and I know it works better than Liquid Wrench. I've also read that some think Kroil is better than PB Blaster.




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Ken Ind.

11-21-2010 08:25:17




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 Re: Penetrating Oils in reply to C. Amick, 11-18-2010 17:37:32  
Iv used both and I believe it user preverance. They both work equally as far as I am concerned Good luck Kenny



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mEl

11-21-2010 04:19:27




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 Re: Penetrating Oils in reply to nitrous, 11-18-2010 17:37:32  
I agree with Lurch, when you find something you can't keep in a can you've got the ultimate!!!! Years ago, Bowman products distributed a product named "Du All" It worked better than anything else at that time but I have not seen it for years as we no longer use their products at work. mEl



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Jim McVay

11-20-2010 19:20:55




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 Re: Penetrating Oils in reply to C. Amick, 11-18-2010 17:37:32  
My dad has been using GIBBS penitrating oil with good sucess



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Lurch.

11-20-2010 18:45:10




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 Re: Penetrating Oils in reply to C. Amick, 11-18-2010 17:37:32  
Fuel oil is as good as most boughten junk. If all those potions are so good at penetrating metal and iron, How come they all stay in a TIN can???



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zach81

11-19-2010 14:56:00




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 Re: Penetrating Oils in reply to C. Amick, 11-18-2010 17:37:32  
I use a combination of Kroil/PB Blaster mixture. Works great.



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Allan from PA

11-19-2010 06:35:42




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 Re: Penetrating Oils in reply to C. Amick, 11-18-2010 17:37:32  
Found a Product from CRC called Knock'er Loose that works really good. Allan.



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j heitkemper

11-19-2010 11:27:19




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 Re: Penetrating Oils in reply to Allan from PA, 11-19-2010 06:35:42  
I use Pb blaster to shake it loose , followed up by wd-40,, really slicks up nice , Not TOO SURE , But some kinda chemical reaction occurs creating some heat...



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Gene Dotson

11-19-2010 04:48:05




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 Re: Penetrating Oils in reply to C. Amick, 11-18-2010 17:37:32  
Best penetrating oil I have used is Torq-11 from Kimball Midwest. Bought a box item from tractor sales auction that contained 2 cans of this. Worked really great. Now just have to get some more... Gene



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rbradk

11-19-2010 02:11:39




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 Re: Penetrating Oils in reply to C. Amick, 11-18-2010 17:37:32  
Have not tried that brand. Have used a product called Free-all.
pricey but works very well. A notch up from PB blaster IMO.



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Eric in IL

11-18-2010 20:09:51




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 Re: Penetrating Oils in reply to C. Amick, 11-18-2010 17:37:32  
I have used about half a can this summer. It seems to be pretty good stuff. For the really tough situations I still reach for the Kroil though.

Schaeffers' chain lube is #1 on my list, really like it !



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