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Since nobody has responded to the question about CRC 6-56, I will....In my youth, I worked in a boatyard on Md's eastern shore. Many times i used CRC 6-56 to spray the insides of wet distributor caps and rotors, spark plug wires, etc. CRC 6-56 came through every time, turning a non starting engine into a starting engine. Its good stuff.

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Originally Posted by keith
I have several gallons of CRC SP 250 Corrosion Inhibitor that is supposed to be a water displacing lubricant. It seems to be good stuff on guns and tools, and I have even used it mixed with Dexron ATF, Boiled Linseed Oil, and diesel fuel to spray my truck frame and undercarriage to prevent rust from road salt.

You have not said what you are using it for, but knowing that you are doing slow rust bluing, I would be careful if you are using it on freshly blued guns. I have noticed that the converted oxide in rust bluing is not super tightly bound to the metal for a while. Some rust preventive oils I have used to prevent after rusting seemed to actually remove a bit of the black oxide. I see it on the cloth when I wipe off the excess. So I use non-detergent motor oil for that particular application.

The oil is going to be used to drive moisture from in between the ribs on barrels I work on that have leaking ribs that aren’t bad enough to warrant the expense of a full strip and relay.
I use non detergent compressor oil for curing.

I think I’ll give lps-2 a shot.

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I use WD40 around the house and shop, but have been advised to keep it off vintage guns as it may harm a casehardened finish.
Obviously, I have not experimented in that regard. Any other opinions?

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