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crc 5-56 Works?

Postby Pixelini » Tue Oct 11, 2011 1:42 pm

Hey, only thing that i could find home was a bottle of crc 5-56, not sure if its use able at Rubik's cubes.. Anyone got an idea?
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Re: crc 5-56 Works?

Postby borginator2 » Tue Oct 11, 2011 4:17 pm

DO NOT USE IT!!!!

It's silicone free. Only use 100% silicone sprays. That stuff sounds just like WD40. That stuff dissolves cubes.
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Re: crc 5-56 Works?

Postby Pixelini » Tue Oct 11, 2011 6:26 pm

Okay then, he he.My Cube is serious Slow its an Orginal one that i bought, but almost managed to solve it even tho today is first time.. ;D
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Re: crc 5-56 Works?

Postby Unicorn » Sun Oct 16, 2011 1:11 am

Get Jig a loo. Its the very best. Just be careful not to drink it or something
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Re: crc 5-56 Works?

Postby Sharkretriver » Sun Oct 16, 2011 2:24 am

Unicorn wrote:Get Jig a loo. Its the very best. Just be careful not to drink it or something

Jig-a-loo isn't that dangerous, it's only explosive, posionous and flammable. Now more seriously I use it as well. You can buy a can from Canadian Tire if you're in Canada.
Also, there are special lubricants just for Rubik's Cube such as maru lube or lubix, but I'm not that serious about cubing so I don't use them.
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Re: crc 5-56 Works?

Postby borginator2 » Sun Oct 16, 2011 8:49 am

I use halford's 100% silicone spray from halfords in the UK (halfords is a car parts megastore that if you live in the UK you won't need telling about! :lol: )

I also have maru lube and a mini can of cube spray I got as a freebie.
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Re: crc 5-56 Works?

Postby Unicorn » Tue Oct 18, 2011 10:46 pm

Sharkretriver wrote:
Unicorn wrote:Get Jig a loo. Its the very best. Just be careful not to drink it or something

Jig-a-loo isn't that dangerous, it's only explosive, posionous and flammable. Now more seriously I use it as well. You can buy a can from Canadian Tire if you're in Canada.
Also, there are special lubricants just for Rubik's Cube such as maru lube or lubix, but I'm not that serious about cubing so I don't use them.

if something is explosive, does that imply that it is also flammable?
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Re: crc 5-56 Works?

Postby Sharkretriver » Tue Oct 18, 2011 11:05 pm

Unicorn wrote:
Sharkretriver wrote:
Unicorn wrote:Get Jig a loo. Its the very best. Just be careful not to drink it or something

Jig-a-loo isn't that dangerous, it's only explosive, posionous and flammable. Now more seriously I use it as well. You can buy a can from Canadian Tire if you're in Canada.
Also, there are special lubricants just for Rubik's Cube such as maru lube or lubix, but I'm not that serious about cubing so I don't use them.

if something is explosive, does that imply that it is also flammable?

I don't think so, does something ONLY explosive explode into flames, and stay on fire?
Btw, propane cans are also explosive and flammable o_O
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