For Outdoor Use
Medium Duty Lubricant
**The Slickest substance known to man
Zippers ( as well as many other Outdoor uses)
Ok to use on plastic, nylon or metal Zippers
OK to use on Metal “snaps” on canvas Covers
Multi-purpose Lubricant for Outdoor use
For Zippers: Clean or wash garment first and remove any debris between Zipper teeth with Micro-Brush included with package
Apply Zipper ‘Tune-UP’ with mico-tip applicator, a couple of drops every 12 inches along the Zipper line (A few drops will do, DO NOT over-lubricate. Work the Zipper a few times back and forth.
If you spill any extra lube on the fabric and want to clean it off
Use these steps:
Blot and remove as much of the lube as you can with a clean rag or paper towel.
Use “Dawn-Ultra” Dish washing liquid directly to gently scrub the area with an old toothbrush and rinse with warm or hot water
(Depends on the Fabric) Visually inspect, and repeat process if any Lube is still present.
If not, then wash garment normally at the first opportunity.
EXTENDED USE RECOMMENDATIONS:
• Camping Tents
• Jeep Covers
• Boat Covers
• Car Covers
• Gym Bags
• Garment Bags
• Suitcases (if suitcase has wheels, lubricate the wheel axles also)
• Golf Club bags
• Tennis Racket Covers
• Shoes/ Boots with Zippers.
• Eye glass frames
• Out door entry Locks, gate hinges
• Bicycle Locks
• Automobile Door Locks
• Recreational Vehicle & Trailer Locks
• Trailer Hitch Locks
• Seat Belt Retraction mechanisms
First Aid Measures
Symptoms of poisoning may even occur after several hours; therefore medical observation for at least 48
hours after the accident. Take affected persons out into the fresh air.
After skin contact: Immediately rinse with water. If skin irritation is experienced, consult a doctor.
After eye contact: Protect unharmed eye. Remove contact lenses if worn. Rinse opened eye for several minutes under running water. If symptoms persist, consult a doctor.
After swallowing: Rinse out mouth and then drink plenty of water. Do not induce vomiting; call for medical help immediately.
A person vomiting while laying on their back should be turned onto their side.