Trend DWS/LF/100 Diamond Abrasive Lapping Fluid, 3.4 fl oz
All Quality Diamond Abrasive Products, Lapping Fluid Results, 3.4 Fl Oz
Analysis of 200+ reviews for Trend DWS/LF/100 Diamond Abrasive Lapping Fluid, 3.4 fl oz
BestViewsReviews analyzed 7,716 reviews for 25 products in the Power Tool Lubricants category.
We analyzed a total of 298 reviews for this product out of which, 221 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 76% reviews were positive while around 18% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Trend DWS/LF/100 Diamond Abrasive Lapping Fluid, 3.4 fl oz
This product received a total score of 8.02 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
Users of this product said
It is a 10 times better oil than WD-40, and it makes sharpening a lot easier, after using it, I wiped the diamond whetstone with cloth.
I bought a Sharpel Diamond Whetstone, which is a top brand but not quite as expensive as Trend, but I wondered if this Diamond abrasive buffing fluid would help, although at around £22 it seemed expensive, although you do get it.
This 8-ounce model is going to last a long time if you use a little goes a long way.
I used to only use a dry sharpening process for my diamonds, but now I use a lapping fluid to smooth out the surface of my knives, chisels, and hand plane blades, because I always had issues with metal dust building up on the plates when sharpening.
The Trend diamond stones are excellent, and as a casual home woodworker, I find them much more effective then an array of just as expensive, and more difficult to use waterstones.
Question & Answers
Does the 17 ounce size come with a spray head?
The 8 oz bottle doesn't work if you pour some of the fluid into a spray bottle.
Is it possible to use this on a standard oil stone or is it only for diamond stones?
I only use it on diamond stones, but it seems to me it is engineered for the latter, so I wouldn't recommend it on oil stones.
Do I need to use gloves and a mask when I use this in a ventilated area?
It works well with my diamond stones and there is no need for gloves or special ventilation.
Can I use this as a lapping fluid for cylinder valves?
There are no abrasives, viscosity too low, and it's far too expensive for that purpose.
Is the shelf life stable during the freeze thaw?
I don't see any information about your two questions on shelf life and freeze/thaw issues, so I recommend checking on Trend Micro's website.