Dip a strap buttons' screw in this before you install the button and it will not snap off, soap and wax works too :) I also dip all strings in the grease before I install them in a Floyd Rose trem, prolongs string life, cheers.
I use this on every set-up.
Good enough for Fender and Les Paul.
Use it for nuts. Some people make it themselves but I use it not so often. This container will last at least a year
Handy thing. But the price per use is very high, unless you are a luthier.
Have been making my own "home brew" for years, not any more. This is a better consistency than the old Petroleum and graphite mix, firmer and way less messy. Perfect on any points of sting contact (saddles, nuts etc). With the amount I use ( nightly string changes, 2 x electrics and 1 x Accstc) I will easily get a year out of this jar. Grab some with your next order to reduce postage; at this price it's a no-brainer.
Great for metal on metal contacts, nut slots and old, corroded saddles, helps keep my old Strat in play. A little goes a long way, one of our pro customers has had a pot of this grease for 3 years on 5 working instruments, he is a little over a third of the way down his pot! Use sparingly, you can have too much of a good thing.
I've known of and used different lube products on guitars for years. Everything from sticking strings at the nut, Machine Heads, to rusty saddle adusters on electrics. This product is inexpensive, comes in a convenient size for the toolbox and best of all... it WORKS! Big thing to remember... a little goes a long way.
pretty good product and works well but it's a very small container
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