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Dry lubricant spray is a special type of spray lubricant. It works much faster than traditional penetrating lubricants. This means that you can use it in situations where you can't use oil. And it's a great solution to many of the lubricating challenges you may face.
When applied to a part, a dry lubricant will lubricate the moving parts, but won't contaminate the part. They'll also resist dust and grime. But they'll wear off quickly, which means you'll need to apply them more frequently.
Most dry lubricants are made from graphite. However, they are available in other materials as well. Some are made from vegetable oils. Another material that's commonly used in dry lubrication is tungsten disulfide.
These dry lubricants have a layered structure. As a result, the lubricant has low friction. That's because the layers are able to slide between each other without too much force. The layers are weakly bonded, allowing them to work in a variety of environments. In some cases, a dry lubricant can operate up to 350 degrees Celsius.
For a variety of reasons, dry lubricants are an excellent choice for cleaning and lubricating outdoor items. They're also good for interior locks, which often don't have the capacity to attract the dirt and grime that oil-based lubricants do.
A common application for dry lubricants is in a garage door. They'll keep the hinges and tracks clean, and help reduce squeaking. Plus, they'll help keep the doors free of rust.