Need source for Prestone Silicone Spray

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Nov 22, 2004
Orlando, FL
Looking for the Prestone Silicone Spray. I like the stuff because it actually has a decent amount of silicone and it does not leave a strong mineral spirits or kerosene odor.

Ingredients are n-heptane, Propane, and Silicone.

Most formulas are about 99.9% mineral oil that stinks like [censored]. I am using it to lube the slides on tambor sliding doors on my Airsteam trailer. I really don't want to stink my trailer up with the solvent stuff and on top of that it probably won't work.

Anyone know where I can find this stuff?


I use the product labeled as "110" in this photo. I get it at Elliot's (Ace) Hardware in Plano. As someone else on this forum also suggested I am finding silicone brake fluid to be very easy to use and apply as a rubber conditioner.

Originally Posted By: Char Baby
I use this CRC Heavy Duty Silicone Spray from Walmart, around the house. I also use it on my windshield wipers to keep them clean and it eliminates the chattering caused by the extreme cold of winter. I get a nice clean wipe even below ZERO degrees!

That is a great tip, thanks!
I guess the point here is that there are a lot of good options. I am liking the silicone brake fluid. If any version of silicone is going to be safe for rubber that would be the one!
Originally Posted By: perryg114
Ordered some of the CRC stuff from Amazon. It should do the trick.


The CRC Heavy Duty is the only game in town..guaranteed.
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