Super Lube 51010 Oil Super Lube
Oil Super Lube, Waterproof, Extends Machinery And Equipment Life, Synthetic Oil
- Made with synthetic oil with suspended syncolon that makes it waterproof
- Comes in a compact design that makes it easy to store
- Equipped with an oil change kit that offers convenience
- May not be ideal for switches
Analysis of 300+ reviews for Super Lube 51010 Oil Super Lube
BestViewsReviews analyzed 7,716 reviews for 25 products in the Power Tool Lubricants category.
We analyzed a total of 349 reviews for this product out of which, 268 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 74% reviews were positive while around 19% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Super Lube 51010 Oil Super Lube
This product received a total score of 9.38 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
Users of this product said
This product is great for small applications, and it was a perfect match for my mechanical keyboard.
The results are very good, much cleaner than spray lube and it took a little while to find the right amount of oil.
I use many different oils on my printer, but most are either too light or require constant reapplication, which is bad for a lot of plastics, and I found that PTFE on the reprap forums.
I decided to use Super Lube because Lubing switches will silence your keyboard and make it feel smoother, so I looked through some videos to find out how to lube your switches without having to get a soldering kit.
I restored the cuckoo clock for my friend after giving it a good cleaning and using Super Lube 51010 to keep it running.
Question & Answers
Is this lube safe to use on keyboards like HHKB2?
Yes. This is recommended by some keyboard forum members for use on slider rails on Topre style switches.
Will this pen fit in an edc 5.5 inch case?
It's compatible with my Maxpedition Micro Pocket Organized, which is 5.5 inches.
Does it work well for a knife pivot?
Yes. If you use a small amount, work it in by moving the pivot and then wipe the excess off.
Is this a good substitute for 40W motor oil on my turntable?
I think this oil will work fine, but I might be wrong.
Is it possible to use Superlube to lubricate garden tools?
It comes in a tube of.25 oz and I am sure it would work well.