Wow: what a lube. You don't put this stuff in your engine case: or kiss your clutch goodbye: it is the most friction-less thing in the world. You DO put it on anything that you want to run freely. ANYTHING. That includes your gin & tonic if you've had too much cheeze. It's a Class 1 health product developed specifically for air-turbine dental-tools that run up to 1/2 million RPM. I use it for every nut, bolt, seal, grommet, or anything mechanical that needs to be rust-proofed, rust removed, rings unseized, slider, mechanisms of all kinds. Dirty cables? A bit of this in them, work them a bit, then use regular cable-lube on top, as it's so fine that it goes into the spaces between the cable-wires. Bolts/nuts hard to get off? Back them off a little bit, add a couple drops, run them back in.
It's got a flash point of 517F, and a 4-ball bearing test that says it's the best lubricant in the world.
Its a health certified product by the USFDA and the Canadian Health Department. It's used by the government of South Africa, and many other places.
It's NOT a solvent: it's a lubricant. It does however have inherent cleaning properties on metal. Hence, if you are bringing an engine back that has been sitting for a few years, a few drops into the cylinders, a few drops on the valve seals, a few drops on grommets, seals, rubber or neophrene of any kind: and it works wonders. My dentist (and a few thousand others, I suspect) uses it for his dental handpieces. It's a trade secret. We handle it in our store. One of the only fully certified StraightWings TOP recommendations.
It's called EZ lube OneStep Handpiece Lubricant. The full engineering specs are available at Handpiece Ancillary Products Co. It's comparatively expensive for a can of spray. On the other hand: one can lasts us about 1 year and many bikes. It should last the layperson 5-6 years easily. This is a 5***** product.
Available here at the Straightwings Store .