LiQuifix is World's First Certified ‘Green’ Spray Lubricant


It has been over a decade since a significant new breakthrough in spray lubricants has been brought to the marketplace. Industry experts are calling LiQuifix the next generation multipurpose lubricants because of its patented formula that makes it the world’s first certified “green” spray lubricant.
For users this means an easy-to-use non-aerosol very effective spray lubricant that is non-toxic and odorless with very low VOCs.  LiQuifix is the only spray lubricant that meets the tough California standards for indoor air pollution. It contains no PCBs, no dioxins or metals, no trichloroethlylenes, and has a high flash point of 275°F, which is two times that of most other lubricants.  It also meets the just announced new EPA regulations that identified the following as dangerous to human health: carbon dioxide and five other greenhouse gases (methane, nitrous oxide, hydrofluorocarbons, perfluorocarbons and sulfur hexafluoride). This means aerosol spray lubricants such as the leading brand would be considered dangerous to human health.
An added advantage of LiQuifix’s formula is that it meets the FDA Regulation 21 CFR for incidental food contact, which means it is safe to use on materials that come into contact with food, such as ovens, refrigerators, and other kitchen or food prep items.
LiQuifix is made proudly in the U.S.A. and is available in a 2 oz., 4 oz., 8 oz. and 16 oz. recyclable plastic spray bottles. For commercial and industrial use LiQuifix comes in a 1-gal., jug, 5-gal. pail and 55-gal. drum.

LiQuifix was created to work more effectively with newer light weight materials such as aluminum and copper and with the proliferation of delicate electronic components, equipment and sensors.  LiQuifix does not pit or corrode aluminum, copper, brass or chrome, and actually removes rust and is corrosion resistant.  When sprayed it does not attract dust out of the air because it has no electrostatic charge which is caused by most aerosol packaged spray lubricants.
Because LiQuifix is non-staining on fabrics and works effectively on virtually every material surface including plastics, nylon, rubber and synthetics, its uses are almost limitless. Not only is the product ideal for typical industrial lubricant uses, like automotive and marine   its patented formula makes it safe for pets and children and is perfect for all home and garden uses including on doors and windows, scissors, in the kitchen ,  around exercise equipment,  or musical instruments such as pianos.

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I've started using Liquifix around the house and shop. I'm restoring a 30+ yr old car. Spraying rubber cups covering headlight connections with Liquifix in place of silcone lubercant. Smell is a big improvement, has made the rubber more pliable and is slower to absorbe/dry. The slower rate of absorbation may decrease the number to treatments needed to bring back the "new" look to rubber parts.