Nyogel 760G

Olumin

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Wow this stuf is great! Ive only ever used the standard silicone grease up to this point, but this is much smoother! Since the tube came sealed, Ive found it sufficient to just poke a small hole with the tip of a knife or a needle and to apply directly with the tube. No toothpick or syringe necessary.
 

louie

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Wow this stuf is great! Ive only ever used the standard silicone grease up to this point, but this is much smoother! Since the tube came sealed, Ive found it sufficient to just poke a small hole with the tip of a knife or a needle and to apply directly with the tube. No toothpick or syringe necessary.
@Olumin, which product are you using? I only see a photo of the syringes in your previous post?
 

knucklegary

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If you have an older Dodge Chrysler dealership in your area. Ask parts man if they have some outdated brake parts "silicone lube" This Mopar part # labeled box has Nye labeled tube inside. It was on a discount table because of expiry date. I've been using 2oz tube for a few years, and still is more than half full
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