Strike-Hold Anybody Using It ?

Strike-Hold Anybody Using It ?

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    Question Strike-Hold Anybody Using It ?



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    GENERAL USE:
    Strike-Hold is a fast acting penetrant that immediately cuts through dirt, rust, carbon, and scale to quickly get into metal parts that have become frozen by or encrusted with corrosion and oxidation. This product provides a long-lasting dry lubricant, which reduces friction and will not build up or become brittle. As a demoisturant, Strike-Hold helps dry out wet electrical gears and other water sensitive parts. As a protectant, this product provides a shield-like film against the effects of moisture and corrosion, even against salt water, while actually REPELLING SAND, DIRT AND DUST. Strike-Hold contains no CFCs or other ozone depleting substances. Strike-Hold is non-flammable and very safe to use as directed.

    WEAPONS MAINTENANCE: Strike-Hold is a highly penetrating mobile liquid and is intended for field application to satisfy the complete need of cleaning, lubricating, and long-term preservation of both small and large caliber weapons. Strike-Hold facilitates the effective removal of firing residues, gums, and other contaminants from weapon components, while at the same time providing adequate lubrication and long-term preservation for reliable, durable operation in all climatic conditions.

    ELECTRICAL / COMMUNICATIONS: Strike-Hold has an extremely high dielectric strength and will actually improve electrical performance by cleaning and protecting contacts and internal parts, including circuitry and connections. This product will not harm commonly associated materials, such as rubber, most plastics, and wood finishes.

    MARINE / AUTO MAINTENANCE: Strike-Hold is highly effective for all marine applications, vehicles, R/V's and trailers. It quickly penetrates and removes existing rust and corrosion from all metal surfaces, while a dry lubricating protective shield remains that will significantly reduce wear and malfunction caused by friction and the damaging effects of moisture. Strike-Hold will not harm rubber, paint or most plastics and will not wash off with water, even salt water! Highly rusted and/or frozen bolts are loosened quickly and easily. Use it on anything subject to rust and corrosion, including all your marine hardware & fittings, rigging, electical and navigational equipment & connections, engines, trailer wiring and lighting.


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    Strike- Hold

    I have some I bought @ a gunshow. I really like it but I cant justify the cost to buy any more unless I run up on a better deal .


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    Had not come across it before.

    Sounds useful but not sure I don't have other things that'll do those jobs. Does tho seem to leave a very persistent film, which might be its most useful feature.

    Anyone else used it? Comments?
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    Does tho seem to leave a very persistent film, which might be its most useful feature.
    That depends.
    Sometimes a charachteristic that is desirable in one aspect is totally unacceptable in another.

    Like a "film". In a sandy environment. Like Iraq.
    That film would catch crud and dust like you cant imagine.
    For a gun that sat in a closet, it might be great.
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    That depends.
    True enough Bob - I was actually thinking external protection against corrosion - plus their statement that it would not, once residue wiped off, attract dust, lint etc. That is handy if true.

    Agreed tho - some applications would not necessarily want something too persistent.
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