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01-13-2020 08:20 AM
Dee Bought 6 quarts of essential oil yesterday. Castrol 5w 20 full synthetic.
Oh, and a Wix filter to make sure it stays essential.

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01-13-2020 05:20 AM
Darkgael Essential oil????
Depends on what you mean. There is a whole class of oils known as “essential oils”
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An essential oil is a concentrated hydrophobic liquid containing volatile chemical compounds from plants. Essential oils are also known as volatile oils, ethereal oils, aetherolea, or simply as the oil of the plant from which they were extracted, such as oil of clove.
Or do you mean any oil which is an essential/“go to” part of how you deal with lubing and cleaning and preserving stuff?
01-12-2020 07:16 PM
O-mega Mine's CLP, I've tried a bunch of oil of the month but always come back to CLP.
01-12-2020 04:21 PM
ChuckC Aromatherapy has got me in trouble now and then. The ole' covers over the head trick.
01-11-2020 08:09 AM
zogman G96, Kroil and in third place is WD40
01-11-2020 06:37 AM
ironglow .
My son & daughter in law, have a steamer thing which they use essential oils in. Last night my son added a mix of lemon oil and I can't remember what the other was, but it did make the room more pleasant and fresh.

Then too, with the steamer option, it helps to moisturize the dry winter air.

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01-11-2020 06:33 AM
The Old Man
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Depends what I'm using it on. I use PB Blaster on stuff that I don't care if it stinks after applying like out door hinges ets.. CR products are good but good ole WD40 is what's in the tool kits in our vehicles. In my daily maintenance at the School buildings WD 40 is all I use. It has saved the day more than once when dealing with a wet electrical connection too.
When engines still had spark plug wires, and they were long overdue for replacement, we would spray WD 40 on them if the wet rainy weather stopped the truck from starting. Took about 20 minutes to dry them out.
01-11-2020 06:28 AM
luellajlamon
Re: What essential oil do you trust?

Aromatherapy has taken the wellness world by storm, and for good reason. From moisturizing your cuticles to providing a positive breathing experience, essential oils have a TON of awesome benefits.
11-15-2019 08:40 AM
ironglow .
Break free..with CLP.

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11-14-2019 10:58 PM
ChuckC Breakfree & Fluid film

For cooking, Olive Oil
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