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That`sspooky. I was just saying to srapaul tonight that that is exactly what I`d like to try on my cars.
 

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You can use it as long as it isn't petroleum based. I use Labelle's for plastic(no petroleum).
 

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Old thread, but probably new info for anyone who's interested. Militec is a metal conditioner that bonds to the metal surface when the metal is heated (about 150 degrees F). The excess is then wiped off. So it doesn't attract dirt. Multiple applications work best. It's supposedly a synethetic base, and it is apparently safe to use on various plastics as it is used on guns and folding knife pivots (this is milspec stuff). While it is a light oil, the special properties are not there when used without heating up the metal. A hair dryer gets stuff hot enough.
 
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