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    Does anyone know where to get FOOD GRADE silicone spray inthe wildwood area-I tried Home depot-lowes and the hardware stores-no luck
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    Clark W Griswald knows where to get some

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    WE sell it at my store.made by crc. located in atco.
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    I gotta ask....

    Whats the price of gas at atco?


    Sorry

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    Food Grade and Silicone spray just don't make sense to me and I'd be hard pressed to use it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Hammer View Post
    Food Grade and Silicone spray just don't make sense to me and I'd be hard pressed to use it.
    mike its crc 03039 or 03040 or 03041 or 03042
    multie purpose silicone spray for food processing and handling apps.colorless,oderles,non staining film that protects metal and non metal apps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WETDREAM View Post
    I gotta ask....

    Whats the price of gas at atco?


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    didn't know you could eat silicone
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    Weston 03-0101-W Food Grade Silicone Spray


    $4 online



    LubriQuik food grade silicone spray is ideal for use on virtually any equipment or machinery that makes contact with food, such as slicers, conveyor systems, bottling and canning machinery, bakery equipment, and dairy equipment. LubiQuik food grade lubricant spray provides a deep, penetrating silicone film that lubricates and quiets moving machine parts, which extends the life of your food service equipment and reduces the frequency of service calls. Colorless and odorless, LubirQuik food grade silicone sprays in a fan pattern, which reduces over-spray and waste. It also contains no ozone depleters, carcinogens, or chlorinated solvents, so it's as good for the environment as it is for your food service equipment! LubriQuik food safe silicone spray also meets USDA requirements for use in federally inspected meat and poultry plants. LubriQuik food grade lubricant spray is comparable to Misty Si-Dry silicone spray.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomM View Post
    didn't know you could eat silicone
    Couple of mummers were chewing on silicone Tuesday night

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    McMastercarr.com if you order by 6pm it will be at your door tomorrow. They have EVERYTHING in stock. I use them at least 4 times a week.
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    Isn't WD40 made from menhaden?
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    Most any local electrical supply house and they most likely will have it in stock. Even some suto parts stores that carry CRC products will often have it as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReadyJettyGo View Post
    Isn't WD40 made from menhaden?




    WD-40's formula is a trade secret. The product is not patented to avoid completely disclosing its ingredients. WD-40's main ingredients, according to U.S. Material Safety Data Sheet information, are:
    The German version of the mandatory EU safety sheet lists the following safety-relevant ingredients:
    It further lists flammability and effects to the human skin when repeatedly exposed to WD-40 as risks when using WD-40. Nitrile rubbergloves and safety glasses should be used. Water is unsuitable for extinguishing burning WD-40.


    There is a popular urban legend that the key ingredient in WD-40 is fish oil.



    However, the WD-40 web site states that it is a petroleum based product.
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