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Question on Silicone Spray..

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Hi everyone, I'm new to this forum so I'm sorry if this is a double post, but I didn't find any threads with this title..

Well my question, I live in Bangalore and I don't know where to buy a silicone spray. But I came across this product which is available in Bangalore..

http://tinyurl.com/4ymawqc

Its a 3M product.. Will this suffice as a silicone spray for my 3x3 cube?
And this is the only product available.. Any alternatives will be helpful..

Please help as I'm frustrated with not finding any place to buy :(
 
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Hi everyone, I'm new to this forum so I'm sorry if this is a double post, but I didn't find any threads with this title..

Well my question, I live in Bangalore and I don't know where to buy a silicone spray. But I came across this product which is available in Bangalore..

http://tinyurl.com/4ymawqc

Its a 3M product.. Will this suffice as a silicone spray for my 3x3 cube?
And this is the only product available.. Any alternatives will be helpful..

Please help as I'm frustrated with not finding any place to buy :(
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The only thing that really matters for a lubricant is to be 100% silicon. DO NOT use any type of 3in1 spray !
Silicone, subtle but important difference ;)
But yeah, when you have products that are specifically designed as a plastic lubricant, there is no point buying something that is designed to stop your car from rusting.
 
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