Displaces, Penetrates, Lubricates & Protects
1 x Inox MX3 300gm Aerosol Can (Non Food Grade)
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The only lubricant in the world with the special MX3 anti-corrosion, anti-moisture formula for the 21st century
Over the years INOX MX3 has become known as the “Supreme Lubricant” and the go to product when the highest of quality is needed.
The special MX3 anti-corrosion, anti-moisture formula is now sought after all around the globe making it one of the leading lubricants in the world today.
These qualities make it safe for almost every market out there including: Automotive, aviation, commercial, domestic, electrical & electronics, engineering, farming & mining, firearms, fishing, hobbies, manufacturing, marine, motorcycles, sports and transport.
Why MX3 ?
- Displaces, penetrates, lubricates and protects.
- INOX-mx3 contains no silicon, acid, kerosene or dieselene.
- INOX-mx3 will not harm metal points or surfaces, plastics, paints, enamels, fibreglass, formica or neoprene seals
- INOX-mx3 doesn’t dry out, gum up, become gooey or sticky or wash off with water.
- INOX-mx3 is non-conductive, non-static, non-toxic, non-corrosive and non-staining.
Caution: inox may effect some natural rubber products with continual long term use.
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What makes INOX different to other WD type sprays?
INOX is made using a high grade machine oil base, contains no silicon, acid, kerosene or dieselene, whereas other WD type sprays are made using a kerosene or solvent base.
Why is INOX superior?
INOX will replace over 14 different products with just one can.
What are some of the most common everyday uses for INOX?
All domestic type use, Aluminium sliding doors & windows. door locks & hinges, garage roller doors, bicycle chains and cables, skate boards & roller blades, shower screens & curtain tracks, sewing machines, etc.
Can INOX be used as a polish?
Yes. INOX is good as furniture polish on polished timber surfaces. INOX will clean and polish stainless steel sinks (use a plastic3m type cleaning pad). INOX will clean and polish fibreglass (use towelling or cheese cloth).
Why is INOX a better lubricant around the home?
INOX doesn’t gum up, become sticky or gooey, DOESN’T DRY OUT OR WASH OFF WITH WATER. Other WD type sprays because of their solvent base tend to evaporate quickly, where INOX because of its lubricating oil base will last much, much longer. INOX will keep door locks, hinges, sliding doors & windows, skate boards & roller blades, bike chains, garage roller doors, etc, working like new for months on end.
Why is INOX so good on fishing tackle?
INOX will keep fishing reels corrosion free and in good working order. INOX will not affect fishing lines, protect fishing rods, keeps hooks, swivels & lures corrosion free and in good condition. INOX will not dry out or wash off with water. INOX WILL NOT TAINT BAIT.
Can INOX be used on Sporting equipment?
INOX sporting applications include pistols, rifles & shotguns, golf clubs & buggies, motor bikes & BMX, Go Karts, boating (both power & sail), off road vehicles. Use INOX to clean, lubricate and protect the above.
Can INOX be used on power and hand tools?
INOX will keep all air and electric powered tools clean, corrosion free and well lubricated. INOX in the non-aerosol form can be sprayed directly into electric power tools to reduce bearing noise. Keep spanners, wrenches, planes, hammers, saws, etc, clean and in good working order. Use INOX on oil stones when sharpening chisels, plane blades and knives.
Can INOX be used around the yard and in the garden?
Yes. INOX can be used to lubricate and clean wheel barrow wheels, pruning shears, chain saws, garden tools, all lawn mowers and whipper snippers. INOX helps stop lawn clippings sticking to the underside of mowers. Use INOX to protect and lubricate children’s play equipment & swings, pool pumps, gate latches, locks and hinges. Cleans and protects TV & radio antennas.
What applications does INOX have in Marine?
Use INOX to lubricate & protect from corrosion, battery terminals, wiring, switches, lights, bilge pumps, outboard motors, alternators, starter motors, winch & control cables. Helps keep radios, radar, antennas and equipment free from corrosion. Lubricate sail tracks (will not stain sails), sliding hatches, locks & hinges. INOX STOPS ELECTROLYSIS.
Where can INOX be used on cars?
INOX lubricates and frees door locks & hinges, control cables & linkages, starts wet motors. Frees up nuts, bolts & parts frozen with rust and corrosion (exhaust manifolds & pipes, suspensions, etc). Cleans and polishes vinyl dashes and upholstery. Spray INOX across the front of the vehicle when travelling long distances at night in the country, it will make easier to remove the bugs & insects next day.
Can INOX be used as a penetrant?
INOX will readily penetrate and free up nuts, bolts, screws, threads, pins, bushes, bearings and parts from rust & corrosion and help keep them in good working order.
Does INOX have a commercial application?
INOX is used for the repair & servicing of air conditioners, office equipment, ride on mowers, chain saws, welders, woodworking & laminating machines, air & power tools, etc. INOX stops computer keyboards from sticking. Keeps electrical & electronic plugs, connectors, micro-switches, terminals, circuits, power boards, solenoids & switch gear free from corrosion and in good working order. Lubricates CPU fans (computers).
Does INOX have a farming application?
Use INOX to lubricate and protect from corrosion, PTO splines & couplings, Sprockets, chains, irrigation pump motors, windmill gears & linkages, electrical systems, starter motors, generators, alternators, relays, solenoids, battery terminals, shearing hand pieces, overhead gears & drive shafts, winches & cables. Frees up corrosion and rust frozen parts, track & blade bolts, exhaust systems, nuts, bolts, pins, bushes & bearings.
Does INOX have a transport application?
Use INOX to lubricate and protect air brake slack adjusters & linkages, roller doors, side curtain tracks, door locks & hinges, air and electric start motors, wiper motors & linkages, alternators and air horns. Use INOX to protect and give longer life to brake, tail & clearance lights, relays, battery terminals, solenoids, wiring, electrical and air hose connectors. Use INOX for repair and service work on fuel injectors and pumps.
Does INOX have an industrial application?
Use INOX to stop corrosion and give protection to cold room fan motors, electric forklift systems, switches, relays, solenoids, wiring & motors in high moisture areas. Lubricate and protect pneumatic systems & solenoid valves, factory roller doors, sea container latches & hinges. INOX is very good for cutting & milling Aluminium, stops tool chatter. Use INOX for tapping & thread cutting. Protects blow moulds, dies and printing plates.
THE INOX FINGER TEST
This is a very simple test to show the quality and durability of INOX. On the first finger of one hand, spray WD40, CRC5.56, RP7 or any one of the other WD type products and rub the finger and thumb together vigorously. On the first finger of the other hand, spray INOX. Rub the finger and thumb together the same way. After about 20 – 30 seconds the finger that has been sprayed with the WD type spray will start to become dry and lose its lubricating ability whereas the finger that has been sprayed with INOX will continue to stay wet and slippery.
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