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Where should I buy some CRC Heavy Duty Silicone Lubricant Spray???

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DimsumCuber

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I've just gotten into speedcubing and i need some help on where to buy some silicone spray? (CRC Heavy Duty Silicone spray):confused:
 

Feryll

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Lol, I live in California and can't find CRC. I'm hoping to get a better cube. While searching, I found this: http://www.speedcubeshop.com/apps/webstore/products/category/284882

But, you have to buy the cube from the shop. You won't get the can. If you buy a cube, I recommend getting the Alpha-V or the F-II.(I don't have them, but I heard that they're awesome!) They can also lube it with Jig-a-loo.
I can vouch for him about the cubes. The memory out of the box is extremely nice! It can cut corners well without popping or resisting, which not only helps sloppy turners, but will allow precise turners to take short-cuts.

I hear that Jig-a-Loo is more popular and available in Canada, but I could be wrong.
 

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Lol, I live in California and can't find CRC. I'm hoping to get a better cube. While searching, I found this: http://www.speedcubeshop.com/apps/webstore/products/category/284882

But, you have to buy the cube from the shop. You won't get the can. If you buy a cube, I recommend getting the Alpha-V or the F-II.(I don't have them, but I heard that they're awesome!) They can also lube it with Jig-a-loo.
I can vouch for him about the cubes. The memory out of the box is extremely nice! It can cut corners well without popping or resisting, which not only helps sloppy turners, but will allow precise turners to take short-cuts.

I hear that Jig-a-Loo is more popular and available in Canada, but I could be wrong.
Really? All I really need is a cube that I can fingertrick on and cut corners. Oh, and I don't like lockups. They're one of my main reasons of a bad time.

Sorry to get off topic. Jig-a-loo works fine, just be careful not to melt your cube while using it.
 

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CRC is SO much better than Jig-A-Loo.
Anybody who doesn't agree is silly.
;D

If you're in the US, you can get it at any home hardware store or Wal-Mart.

If you're not, I'll sell you one for $8 CAD including shipping.
I have SO many bottles it's actually kind of funny.
 

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hmm i havent found any silicone in canada.. but jig a loo is easy to get at home depot.
 

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They sell Jigaloo and CRC on amazon.com but most silicone sprays work just as good as CRC I live in California too and I use a kind of silicone called Professionals 3 in 1 it works great
 

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Lol, I live in California and can't find CRC. I'm hoping to get a better cube. While searching, I found this: http://www.speedcubeshop.com/apps/webstore/products/category/284882

But, you have to buy the cube from the shop. You won't get the can. If you buy a cube, I recommend getting the Alpha-V or the F-II.(I don't have them, but I heard that they're awesome!) They can also lube it with Jig-a-loo.
Hmm, you can't find CRC in California? Wal Mart should have it. I even found Jig-a-loo there too.
 

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Just wait another week or so and then speedcubechop.com will lube all of the cubes they sell with Lubix. Lubix is a higher quality silicone than CRC and Jig-a-loo. Jig-a-loo also softens plastic. I recommend the Alpha-V and then mod it into a memory. Or a GuHong, that's the next cube I'm getting depending one when the DaYan 4x4 is released.
 
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