AMSOIL Metal Protector is a highly effective synthetic spray oil that is ideal for light lubrication, penetration, moisture displacement and rust protection. Metal Protector sprays on wet and dries to leave an invisible light, synthetic lubricant. Unlike some common spray lubes, Metal Protector is an actual lubricant rather than just a solvent. We keep a can of synthetic Metal Protector on every work bench and seem to find a new use for it everyday.
Features and Benefits of AMSOIL Metal Protector include:
- Lubricates light mechanisms
- Repels moisture from electrical connections
- Protects from rust and corrosion
- Does not leave a messy residue
- Penetrates rust and corrosion
- Leaves a protective synthetic lubricant
- Repels moisture, sea water
Ideal Applications for AMSOIL Metal Protector Include (this is just a small fraction):
- Frees seized bolts, fasteners
- Cable lube
- Bicycle chains
- Garage door springs, chains, tracks, pivots
- Battery terminal anti-corrosion
- Gun oil
- Fishing reel
- Paper shredders
- Cabinet drawer slides
Not only is AMSOIL Metal Protector invaluable in the shop, you’ll also find countless uses around the house. Apply Metal Protector to your kitchen cabinet drawer slides and you’ll be amazed with the result. Lube your door locks for much easier opening. This product will do wonders to the reclining mechanism of your favorite chair. Is your office paper shredder starting to get noisy and slow? Spray a shot across the paper feeder and it will run like new.
AMSOIL Metal Protector is compatible with the following materials:
- All metal
- Textiles and cloth
- Painted Surfaces
Directions for Use of AMSOIL Metal Protector
For best results, apply AMSOIL Metal Protector and then allow to synthetic lubricant to penetrate and dry on item.
For heavier jobs and a thicker, tougher film strength, try AMSOIL Heavy Duty Metal Protector. This synthetic product sprays on wet and leaves behind a tough, wax-like coating. It is ideal for surfaces that are exposed to road spray, salt and harsh chemicals as well as mechanisms that require a more robust lubricant.