Silicone Lubricant Uses
Silicone lubricants are used in a vast array of industries. These lubricants are used in electrical and automotive applications, and can be used to lubricate and protect plastics, inhibit the formation of rust and reduce friction. Additionally, it is an essential tool in plumbing applications. Silicone’s dielectric properties also lend to its usefulness in connecting electrical components. It is used in the marine industry as a sealant and as a lubricant.
Silicone grease is a popular agent in waterproofing underwater cameras, as well as sealing underwater lights. It is also used to seal lighting sockets above water. Battery terminals can be protected by spreading a layer of silicone over them to prevent corrosion. It is stable at a wide range of temperatures, making it an excellent choice for refrigeration and high temperature applications. It can be used around the house because it is colorless and odorless, and does not react with everyday chemicals, even after it has cured. Due to its low cost and high availability, silicone is the choice for lubricating any moving parts including squeaky door hinges, pulley wheels and plastic children’s’ toys. It is even available as a lubricant for prosthetic eyes. It is used widely in the automotive industry. At home, it can be used on sliding glass doors, windows, zippers, and shoes. It even removes super glue from your fingers!
Silicone Spray is an excellent lubrication, waterproofing, and corrosion protection product for most surfaces including metal, wood, rubber, and plastic. Its fast-drying formula leaves a clear, odorless, nontoxic film of silicone for long-lasting lubrication, water repellency, and corrosion protection.
Silicone spray is an incredibly versatile product you can use in your business, home and vehicle. Who knew it could make your life so much easier?! Pick up a bottle of our professional silicone spray today… You’ll thank us later!