Tufoil outside of Cars

Mandrake

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Hi All,
Just wondering, if Tufoil is "the worlds slipperiest" lubricant, then is it possible for me to use it outside of cars, like on my sliding doors and windows?

Or does Tufoil require an oil to become slippery?

If my Tufoil leaks onto the road from my engine, will other cars skid on it? :p

Thanks
Drake
 

FocalPoint

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Good suggestion Mandrake.

On sliding doors like those on vans and those at home, you can apply the Tufoil Lubit-8 oiler stick. This is shaped like a white board marker and blister packed. Retail is about RM 22.

Have not tried tyres going over Tufoil. may need ABS though.
 

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FocalPoint said:
Tufoil Lubit-8 oiler stick. This is shaped like a white board marker and blister packed. Retail is about RM 22.
Uh, where do I get this in JB ah? Or can your office Pos Laju to me? Hope it dosen't stink like WD-40