Royal Purple’s Maxfilm Lubricates Equipment

August 7, 2009 07:23 AM
 
Royal Purple's Maxfilm is a multipurpose synthetic lubricant that excels in most applications and is certified by the Handyman Club of America. It penetrates, cleans and loosens parts. Once applied, its solvent evaporates and leaves a lubricating film for improved operation and protection against wear, rust and corrosion.
 
It's recommended for:
• Loosening stuck parts such as nuts, bolts, locks, hinges, screen doors, etc.
• Lubricating power tools, hinges, chains, rollers, open gears, fishing tackle, lawn equipment and more.
• Preserving and protecting parts in storage against rust and corrosion.
• Acting as a manual cutting fluid for hand drilling, tapping, metal cutting, etc., of both steel and aluminum.

Maxfilm uses CO2 propellant that is TSCA listed to be environmentally friendly.  The solvent biodegrades to leave only small quantities of calcium carbonate and calcium sulfate, both of which are naturally occurring minerals.



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