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    Master Of The Obvious 10,000+ Posts
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    Greaseable Clutch Grease

    Does anybody have a current number for Canon's Teflon Clutch Grease?

    The number I have is no longer valid: DU0-0079-000
    I have substitutes that aren't quite as good, and I'll use them. IB-23 and Mita Ball Bearing Grease.

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    But I'd prefer the good stuff. =^..^=

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    blackcat: Master Of The Obvious =^..^=

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    Re: Greaseable Clutch Grease

    can't help with the Cannon grease, But the grease I use almost exclusively is Superlube. It has great thermal characteristics,and contains PTFE and readily available at places like Harbor freight. They also make it as an oil. These and a conductive grease are the only lube in my bag...

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    Re: Greaseable Clutch Grease

    Thanks Tonerbomb. I'm somewhat of a collector of lubricants. I've got 6 different greases, 3 different oils, and 7 different solvents/cleaners. Each has it's own uses.

    Mostly I use:
    my own formula of glass cleaner: on glass or as a final rinse
    Contractors De-Sol-Vit (orange oil cleaner): on rubber or plastic
    Zep fast505: great on plastic covers, especially old ink
    Triflow light oil: lubricant

    Why my own formula of glass cleaner? I've had a bad experience with ammonia and cannot tolerate it at all.
    My recipe is two gallons of the low temperature windshield washer solvent, two quarts of Vinegar Windex (no longer sold, I bought up the last three cases), one pint cleaning vinegar. Total three gallons lasts for 3 years (~$7)
    =^..^=

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    blackcat: Master Of The Obvious =^..^=

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    Re: Greaseable Clutch Grease

    Yeah BC I've got a collection of lubricants in the garage, Mostly from vehicles and electronics. I can go to the garage and find the bottle of turbin oil in 10 seconds. Used for electric motor bearings. In the car I carry Zep glass cleaner and Zep GP cleaner for covers ect. and I do have a small bottle of DeInk, a product that is an ink solvent. However if you clean covers with it, you have to rinse the cover immediately or the plastic will melt...

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