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    Grease [was] Re:
    From: Jared Sherman
    Date: 2003 Mar 9, 14:16 -0500

    Marty, as you are in Holland I cannot give you a local course but suggest you 
    try the Dupont web sites or a web search on "Krytox". This is a synthetic 
    lubricant availabel as a clear oil or white grease which is very expensive 
    (about $10US/oz.) but does not bleed, stain, creep, or degrade. It is 
    chemically inert and functions over an extreme temperature range (-70F to 
    +700F) so your instrument, once lubricated with it, will work well for a 
    lifetime without the new grease hardening, bleeding, etc.
    
    When used sparingly it becomes very inexpensive, since it only has to be applied once.
    
    
    

       
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