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Industrial Lubricant


M1® M1®


produces a micro-thin, airtight coating that simultaneously dries as it protects, avoiding dirt, grime, etc. It dries and will not attract dirt, dust or other contaminants as other leading lubricants do.


FEATURES


• Silicone free • Stands up to extreme temperatures • Penetrates quickly to free frozen nuts, bolts and metal parts • Removes grease, tar and grime from metal parts and painted surfaces • Cleans and polishes for lasting protection • Protects metal against rust and corrosion damage


• Instant lubrication properties that spread into hard-to-reach areas to stop squeaking and sticking


• Gets under moisture to lift it away from the surface • Prevents short circuits in high moisture environments


Cat. No. EDP Description


M-1.95173 95173 Case of 12 - 12oz Spray Cans M-1.01 M-1.05 M-1.53


M1®


93221 Case of 4 - 1 Gal. (3.8 liter) Containers 93227 Pail - 5 Gal. (19 liters) 93233 Drum - 53 Gal. (200 liters)


SPRAY BOTTLE


16oz. spray dispenser bottle can be used and refilled which saves you money and prevents the unwanted waste and disposal of empty cans.


FEATURES


• Prevents unwanted waste of empty cans • Refillable from bulk containers of M1® • Holds up to 16 fl. oz. of M1®


Cat. No. EDP Description M-1.15 93251 Case of 4 - 1 Pint (0.5 liter) Empty Spray Bottles


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LUBRICANT


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