Tri-Flow Pin Point Lubricator

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Tri-Flow Pin Point Lubricator

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Tri-Flow Pin Point Lubricator

Lubes tuners, tools and hardware! A drop of Tri-Flow® is all it takes to lubricate tuning gears, tremolos, roller bridges, truss rod nuts, and more.

A luthiers favorite, this light viscosity penetrating lube contains super-slick Teflon®, plus additives to help displace old gunk and prevent corrosion. It won't congeal and attract dirt like household oils. A little lasts a long time, and the handy pinpoint metal applicator puts it right where you want it.

Supplied in 0.25-ounce size.

Apply Tri-Flow sparingly to the bearing surfaces of open-back tuning machines: a small drop at each worm gear post, and where the worm and crown gears meet. Don't overdo it! Unlike WD40® and household oils that can collect dirt (which eventually impairs tuner operation), Tri-Flow contains Teflon®, so frequent and excessive lubrication isn't necessary.

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Trade Secrets!

How to clean and lube dirty old guitar tuners

Dirty tuners filled with dried gunk: Dan Erlewine's working on a guitar that's been sitting untouched for over fifty years. The tuners are too stiff to use, but he gets them going again by using heat, naphtha and an injection of lubricant. He makes a nifty little tuner-holder jig, too.

Lubricating guitar tuners

This week, we're in Dan's Guitar Garage for a Tune-up Special: how to clean and lube old guitar tuners, and get them working smoothly again.

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Used to lube my 50 year old classical guitar tuners. Was able to place a dot of lube in the right place without oil running all over.

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Simply put: It works.

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Strings, particularly wound gauges, frequently catch at the nut when doing bends or using a tremolo. If you prefer the look of a stock nut as opposed to replacing it with a roller bearing or locking variety, this lubricant is for you. Easy to apply, instant results, and although the tube is relatively small, it's enough for hundreds of applications. I recommend this for electric and acoustic guitars as well.

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perfect for lubricate tuners and guitar bridges excellent

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