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Jigaloo Vs Crc

Jigaloo vs crc

  • Jigaloo

    Votes: 23 38.3%
  • crc

    Votes: 37 61.7%

  • Total voters
    60
  • Poll closed .

4Chan

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#3
I have gone through 2 cans of Jigaloo, and 4 cans of Crc.

It varies on the puzzle honestly.

For 3x3, CRC, but for 5x5, Jigaloo.
 
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#4
I don't know why, I just like crc better. I also see many people use crc more than jigaloo in lubing vids.
 
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2008CLAY01
#15
I'm going to bet that at least half the people voting in this poll have not used both silicone sprays...and since most of them are Americans...they will vote CRC. So prepare to get inaccurate results. D:
 

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I'm going to bet that at least half the people voting in this poll have not used both silicone sprays...and since most of them are Americans...they will vote CRC. So prepare to get inaccurate results. D:
What does them being American have anything to do with it?

I'm American, I've used both, and know what each does to a puzzle.

I prefer Jig-a-loo.
 

DavidWoner

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#17
I'm going to bet that at least half the people voting in this poll have not used both silicone sprays...and since most of them are Americans...they will vote CRC. So prepare to get inaccurate results. D:
What does them being American have anything to do with it?

I'm American, I've used both, and know what each does to a puzzle.

I prefer Jig-a-loo.
Because CRC is the most common/available lube in America. It's hard to get Jig-a-loo outside of the Toronto-area of Canada or the Northeastern US, therefore fewer people have tried it.

I think jig-a-loo is great when something needs to be loosened or broken in (qj 4x4s, ES 2x2s, etc) but when you just want it to turn faster, like a 3x3, I use CRC.
 

4Chan

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I'm going to bet that at least half the people voting in this poll have not used both silicone sprays...and since most of them are Americans...they will vote CRC. So prepare to get inaccurate results. D:
What does them being American have anything to do with it?

I'm American, I've used both, and know what each does to a puzzle.

I prefer Jig-a-loo.
People across the pond dont have CRC. :p
 

ChrisBird

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I'm going to bet that at least half the people voting in this poll have not used both silicone sprays...and since most of them are Americans...they will vote CRC. So prepare to get inaccurate results. D:
What does them being American have anything to do with it?

I'm American, I've used both, and know what each does to a puzzle.

I prefer Jig-a-loo.
Because CRC is the most common/available lube in America. It's hard to get Jig-a-loo outside of the Toronto-area of Canada or the Northeastern US, therefore fewer people have tried it.

I think jig-a-loo is great when something needs to be loosened or broken in (qj 4x4s, ES 2x2s, etc) but when you just want it to turn faster, like a 3x3, I use CRC.
You can easily get it at most Home Depots, I got some easily in CA, and saw it when I went to other states across the US.

At least at the 3-5 Ive been to.
 
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