The TRUTH about Jig-A-Loo

Discussion in 'Hardware Area' started by nutsbuttkicker, Jul 13, 2008.

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  1. daniel0731ex

    daniel0731ex Member

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    he probably would've found out by now....

    and also:

    first appearance of lubix on speedsolving.com?
     
  2. Bapao

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    Uranus...
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    But isn't that stuff a spray?
     
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  3. NEVER EVER use that stuff, it has petroleum distillates AND it is not designed to evaporate, so it will make your cube all stiff like before you work in the CRC! Instead, Use Jig-A-loo or CRC (they are basically the same thing) or 50k wt Diff oil (look at my avatar) (It can be any brand as long as it is 50000 wt differential oil; e.g. Ofna, Traxxas, Mugen, etc. I recommend the Diff oils made for RC cars)
     
  4. timeless

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    i took apart my cube to lube them seperately and let them air dry
    they evaporated in a couple hours
     
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