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Old 09-07-2016, 11:40 AM   #1
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EZ Slide and Seal Saver

I bought a can of each in 2014, and am starting to run out of both. Up here, the EZ Slide cost $26 and the Seal Saver was $18. Our dollar was pretty well at par at the time, and I am afraid to face the price now.

However, the EZ Slide smelled just like WD40 when I applied it, and the Seal Conditioner smelled just like Armorall.

Anyone know if I can substitute these cheaper generic products, or what is everybody using to lube slider gear and track mechanisms, and to preserve the slider gaskets and seals?

Harv & Deb
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Old 09-07-2016, 11:51 AM   #2
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I use WD-40 'Specialist' Dry Lube with PTFE on the slide mechanisms.
I use 303 Rubber Seal Protectant on the seals or regular 303 Protectant if I'm out of the rubber seal stuff. (seems to be the same stuff??)

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