As I went through the thread I was starting to wonder if I was the only one still using the stuff. I've been using it for years and no problems, other than the inconvenience of having to wipe the key after use for the first week or so, lest I coat my hands and pockets with the stuff.I've been using Lock-Ease for years with little issue - should I stop doing that?
Someone at the local Ace recommended that stuff, he sent people to a locksmith that stocked it.I use Houdini and that stuff that comes in a gray can can’t remember the name right off. When I was working alongside a locksmith training to use my key cutting machine she told me never use WD40 or graphite lubricant. I need a lube for my key cutter wonder if Houdini would work?
It dries up into a waxy, cosmoline like goop on any surface it's dried on. I wouldn't try it.BreakFree CLP still have Teflon in it? I'd probably try that since I have a can or two on-hand.
Superlube dry film lubricant.The aerosol? Or one of the liquid/grease products?