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Break Free CLP Vs. Eezox.

Posted 08-25-2010 at 19:09 by Glockfan1977

Originally Posted by gatorhugger View Post
I use eezox for both lubrication and corrosion prevention, but don't think its the ultimate in either.
Close though.
Just recently tested it's corrosion and moisture resistance to Dupont multipurpose lubricant. Which is a type of spray wax.
The spray wax lasts a bit longer and on two snap swivels I was testing, the eezox swivel started rusting first.

For lubrication I prefer Mobil or lucas, it's a bit thicker and lasts longer. Once any oil product evaporates I don't have a lot of faith in their lubrication properties. I have read too many ball bearing tests on dry lubes to know their shortcomings.
I know that is how eezox says to use it, let it dry, but personally find it works better wet.

So bottom line Eezox is darn near perfect, but if you wanted the ultimate, it would be two products, a wax and mobil.
I will probably stay with Eezox.
Thank you Gatorhugger. That is very useful info.
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