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[*] posted on 20-12-2021 at 12:51
Krytox (Per)fluorinated Lubricants Sought

I was trying to see if someone had a used tube of GPL-205 or similar (really any perfluorinated lube will work, even oils) lube that they’d be willing to get rid of. I’m just trying to find a better deal than eBay since my budget is pretty low and figured someone on here might be willing to lend a hand. If you have it, just name your price with shipping (U2U me).

I have bought and sold many things on this forum in the past, btw. The distant past now that I think about it. Wow.


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[*] posted on 20-12-2021 at 14:22

Not sure if this helps but you can by high temp vaccum grease at most auto parts stores.
It is around $7. Most are silicone based but might help.
If you have to have fluorinated grease, you could try ptfe plumbers paste, it is reasonably priced and might work but I have never used it.
While I have used the grease from auto parts stores and it works for most things.
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