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p99guy
10-03-2006, 10:20 AM
http://cgi.ebay.com/Knife-Oil-INOX-Food-Grade-Lubricant-4oz-Needle-Inj_W0QQitemZ6612218225QQihZ012QQcategoryZ63801QQssPageNameZWD1VQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem


Inox oil is a food grade lubricant used by the Harley Davidson company, it doesnt attack anything its put on..safe to squirt in you mouth(cant speak for the taste though lol)kinda like castor oil anyway, I tryed it on the plastic on plastic parts of the PS90 like the magazine release assembly...works ALOT smoother, same on the safety....and on the trigger, and its U shaped metal rod where it rubs the full lenth of the inside of the stock...instant improvement. I have been using it on Tactical and swiss army knifes for quite a while now. and have nothing but good
things to say about its use in certain applications...NOT a patroliuem distillate.

"INOX Contains No silicon, acid dieselene or kerosines.

Inox will not harm plastics, enamels or finishes.

INOX does not dry out, gum up, become gooey or sticky.

Inox is non-conductive, non-static, non-corrosive,

non-toxic Food Grade, non-staining,

and will not wash off with water.

1001 Uses in Auto, Farm, Homes, Work, Machinery

Sports and Electronics.

Try it on your Knives, guns, fishing equipment and car.

Official Oil of Harley Davidson, USA

Works Great on Case Knives, Schrade, Buck, Smith & Wesson,

Kershaw, Columbia River, Frost Knives and Browning Guns."

APPROVALS

FOOD GRADE

AUSTRALIA: Instrument of Approval is freely available on request.

NEW ZEALAND: NZFSA Approved C 12 (All animal product except dairy)

N.B. Copies of Food Grade Approvals can be downloaded from the INOX-mx3 MSDS page. They can also be faxed or posted directly to the recipiant from Candan Industries Pty Ltd.

N. A. T. O. Defence Manufacturers Code No. Z5594/5 ( R. A. N. App.)

INOX-mx3 is available in 6 sizes: 100 & 300 g Aerosol, 125 ml Pump Pack (unpressurised), 5, 20 & 205 litre Containers. A 500 ml spray applicator comes with each 5 & 20 litre and 6 applicators with the 205 litre. Screw in taps are supplied with each 20 & 205 litre container.

CAUTION: INOX MAY EFFECT SOME NATURAL RUBBER PRODUCTS WITH CONTINUAL LONG TERM USE ( REFER TO LANOX )

INOX® QUALITY PRODUCTS

"There is no substitute for Quality"

btown02
10-03-2006, 10:26 AM
Thanks for the info. I'll have to try it.

jmz5
10-03-2006, 10:41 AM
sounds like a good oil, will have to get some to try after i run out of my current oil

Doc LC
10-03-2006, 10:48 AM
Great stuff. I started using it a while back. When I did lowland construction, we used a variation of it on the tracks of our amphibious excavators when operating in "environmentally sensitive areas" and it does work. Btw. I wouldn't recommend eating it. Remember those "fat free" potato chips and the gastric distress they caused? Pretty much the same. I have a feeling that these types of lubricants will become mandatory for general use, eliminating most petroleum distillate products from the market, eventually. Ballistol, from Germany, is a similar product. Good stuff, too.

EARS
10-03-2006, 11:02 AM
Good information to know.

p99guy
10-03-2006, 11:35 AM
lol Doc good old olestra oil .....violent poo action, mucho seepage of oil into the seat of the pantelonis. I was merely indicating its non toxic, but do not endorse greasing ones innards with it lol...has a pleasent smell when used normally.

I had my stock completely torn down coming back from HDPS getting Dyed, so was able to
try it on various plastic on plastic friction areas, even would be the lube of choice on the trigger pack plastic parts. The metal operating parts such as the bolt and the guide rods will still get Mpro7. But inox has a different consistancy than CLP's/typical gun oils and plastic just loves the stuff, makes it slick !

Doc LC
10-03-2006, 11:47 AM
Gonna try it on the plastic. Thanks. :)

MDH65
10-03-2006, 11:56 AM
Where can you find this stuff?

btown02
10-03-2006, 12:34 PM
Where can you find this stuff?
Try the link to Ebay he has posted for starters. :)

p99guy
10-03-2006, 03:24 PM
Central Valley Wholesale, (the link to their ebay auction) is where I get mine , they are great people to deal with. A little goes a long way too...so its economical.

p99guy
10-04-2006, 11:52 AM
found more info. http://www.inox-mx3.com/inox.htm


HANDGUNS: Use INOX to clean and protect all barrels, chambers, slides and trigger mechanisms. Using the extension tube on the aerosol pack, you can easily flush out dirt and powder residue from sensitive trigger mechanisms and lubricate and protect them without causing damage to them.


BLACK POWDER LOADERS: INOX will help clean off powder residual and keep them corrosion free and lubricated between use. INOX is the only product that can be used to clean, lubricate and protect all handguns from corrosion all the time whether in use or in storage.

RIFLES & SHOTGUNS: All rifles, shotguns, semi & full automatic weapons can all be fully strip cleaned and reassembled using INOX. It will keep these weapons in a good corrosion free operating condition without drying out or gumming up. Use INOX to help remove the build up in shotgun barrels. INOX is a good lubricant for operational use and it leaves no residual and allows for easier cleaning after use. INOX is good for long term corrosion free storage of all these weapons.
BARREL STORAGE: Use LANOX-mx4 for the long term storage of all handgun, rifle and shotgun barrels (refer to LANOX-mx4 section on this website).


GUNSMITHS: Use INOX for all repairs and maintenance. INOX is an ideal lubricant for cutting, drilling, tapping and machining of all gun parts.



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Maxi-pac Systems Inc
12328 Gladstone Ave #10
Sylmar, CA 91342
Sales: Paul Templin
Telephone: 818 898 7709
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btown02
02-13-2007, 07:24 AM
I finally broke down and ordered some. The bottle arrived yesterday, so now I'll have to give it a try and see how it does. :)

p99guy
02-13-2007, 08:47 AM
gets along well with pocket knives too....specially if your the type to whip out the old pocket knife to work on a tough steak (it non toxic food grade oil)

jmz5
02-13-2007, 09:43 AM
It makes my benchmade open really smooth.