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Pro Series Heavy Weight Garage Door Lubricant Spray 6oz

Wayne Dalton

PART NUMBER: WD-608705.0131

In Stock

Get what the pros use! Professional's choice heavyweight garage door spray lubricant is specifically engineered for the garage door industry. This is an outstanding penetrant that loosens the toughest rust, lubricates hinges, rollers, springs, operators, and cables etc. Made in the USA. 6oz easy to apply spray can.

Features:

  • Rust inhibitor
  • Penetrant
  • Prolongs the life of your opener parts
  • For smooth, quiet operation
  • Applications include general purpose, hinges, rollers, cables, springs etc. 
  • Extremely water-resistant and is oxidation and corrosion inhibited.

How to use:

  1. Shake well before using
  2. Spray Pro-Series Heavyweight on all corroded, rusted, or frozen/stuck parts.
  3. Let stand for several minutes to allow thorough penetration.
  4. If necessary, tap lightly to speed and ensure penetration. In extreme cases, a second application may be required.

Composition:

Contains - Mineral Oil, Petroleum Distillates, Solvent-Dewaxed Heavy Paraffinic, Isoparaffinic, Hydrotreated Heavy Naphthenic.


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