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CNC Champion Lubricant

I applied your AIM lubricant to both my CNCs as soon as I returned home from work. After cutting 2 plaques on each machine there are still no squeaks. And I forgot about re-lubing.I usually apply Blaster Industrial Strength Silicone Lubricant partway through the cutting of a second plaque because the machine's beginning squeaks remind me. Too many other immediate issues on my mind to remember lubricating more preventatively. So your AIM Lube is doing well.I found that any Blaster silicone drips on the wood prevented lacquer from adhering properly in the finishing stage. So I would spray silicone on a small brush and wipe it on the guide rails with the brush so I wouldn't get over spray and would avoid drips. With AIM Lube I used the tip of the bottle to run a "bead" along the rails and wipe it down around the metal. No drips. The 1 ounce bottle was just sufficient for the 2 machines.I find it curious from my classes in Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and Biochemistry, that you can get metal and lubricant to "hold hands" at the ionic level. And it seems to work. No greasy kid's stuff! Sawdust isn't coating the rails and it seems to last longer than silicone.

Save the planet...and money. Switch to AIM Lube

This lubricant is amazing. You can use it practically anywhere. I've used it on my road bike, doors, locks, windows. On all of my cutting and drilling tools. And even to keep my Ninja smoothie maker running like new. Love the fact it is so long-lasting and has no smell and is safe for the environment. No more need for toxic products like WD-40 or PB Blaster.