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Ultra Tef Gel
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Ultra Tef-Gel fastener lube
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Ultra Tef Gel Customer Questions and Answers

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what is the shelf life?

Asked on 08/08/2012 by Undisclosed

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Tef-Gel is far better than other bi-metal corrosion inhabiters I have used. I was able to unmount several stainless parts from my aluminum mast one year after I put on.

Answered on 08/10/2012 by KIRT SCHULDT
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I have had a jar of Tef-Gel open for three years with no noticeable change in its consistency.

Answered on 08/09/2012 by ETHAN MAASS

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The Tef-Gel I purchased in 2009 is still good.

Answered on 08/09/2012 by SONNY STRICKLAND

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The shelf life is more than 3 years and a little goes a long way.

Answered on 08/10/2012 by EDMUND CURRAN

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I bought the Tef-Gel over a year ago. I bought the small jar (not the tube). It is still in good shape. It stays on my boat year round. I haven't found any problems with it.

Answered on 08/10/2012 by JOSEPH MURPHY

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Hello, I used the Tef-Gel to coat every stainless screw attaching hardware to my aluminum mast and boom after a repainting. It really works wonders. I used a small brush to evenly coat the screw threads. I should have used it with the stainless pop rivits I used to reattach "A" style mast steps. The original SS rivits held up OK for over 25 years without Tef-Gel. The gel goes a long way. Cheers

Answered on 08/09/2012 by WALTER KEITH
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can you tell me the difference in the numbering of the Tef Gel? I see a type 1,2, 16??? What are the different purposes/ properties?

Asked on 05/29/2013 by Jonathan Haar

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I have no idea as to what the significance of any numbering. I purchased the product on a strong recommendation and have used it often.

Answered on 05/29/2013 by JAMES JACOBS
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Numbers probably refer to container size (same stuff).

Answered on 05/29/2013 by JAN BEMER

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The numbers are not types, but size indicators. 25 indicates 1/4 oz, 1 is 1 oz, 2T is 2oz, 12 is 12 oz and 16 is 16oz.

Answered on 05/29/2013 by CATHERINE DIETER
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I need to attach stainless screws to an aluminum mast. Is this the product to use? I understand that a thin film on the threads will work. Also if attaching stainless padeyes do I just put a thin coat on both the mast and the back fo the padeye?

Asked on 06/12/2017 by Jeff from Nixa, MO

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Yes, this product will work to prevent corrosion and seizing.

Answered on 07/06/2017 by JD Tech Team
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