Buzzys Slick Honey Tube, 2oz



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Slick Honey has a superior ability to reduce sliding friction making it ideal for lubricating o-rings, seals, bushings, and any other sliding or pivoting parts that require a super-slick yet mildly tacky grease. Features: Slick Honey is waterproof, highly resistant to washout, and has a working temperature range of -65 F to 250 F Rust and corrosion inhibitors prevent seizure in bike parts Safe for use with elastomers, microcellular urethane (MCU) elastomers, o-rings, and oil baths

Product details
  • Item Weight: 1.76 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001CJV7PU
  • Item model number: Slick Honey

great product at great price. will be changing the oil in my 2004 Marzocchi 888R suspension
and will be using this Buzzy's Slick Honey grease on my stanchions. from all the
reviews i have read, this grease is the best grease you can use on your stanchions of
your suspension.

Nothing more to say about this product when it comes to its purpose of use... to reduce sliding friction and ideal lubricant for suspensions, bearings, etc. (see label of the tube for complete description). This is usually used in bicycle repair shops.

I bought this for use with my Beeman P17 single-pump pneumatic pellet air gun as lubricant to reduce friction in the pump and for the internal O-rings' replacement in the valve assembly and it resolved the air leaks that the air gun had after some time of shooting from the first day of use.

A must have and I recommend this product.

This stuff is gold. And unfortunately almost priced as much as gold. I use it only for critical areas that I might not get to very often (suspension internals and what-not) so I don't slather it on my truck hitch, jacks, or anywhere else wealthy people would have their servant staff put this stuff.

I use this primarily for paintball markers. Thick enough to hold, while remaining slick for an average duration. Currently use this for my Luxe and Vanquish, but have been using it for years in mostly Dye markers. While this is not my number one grease, it is really hard to beat for the price and would fall into my top three list. Only complain is the odor, but that's really not that big of a deal.

I had to repair the hub of my Reynolds Assault Clincher 2010 wheels. The instructions said to use this lube. I checked the local bike shops and nobody had it, and most had never heard of it. Apparently this is a "thinner" lubricant than typically used in hubs.

I followed the instructions on the Reynolds website and used this lube on the prawls and it worked.

This is a must have product to service the seals on the Fox Shocks.

Works as advertised!

This stuff is great. I lube my old Reba stanchions with it and it obviously functions smoother. I also use it anywhere you'd use marine grease. (Bb,crank,bearings,bushings,etc)
Very highly refined product.
A bit pricey for grease, but I've not found anything better...