T-9 Boeshield Spray Lubricant
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Boeshield T-9 Lubricant

Boeshield T-9 Rust Protectant was originally developed by Boeing Aviation to provide long term corrosion protection on aircraft metals. T9 is based on a solvent and wax formula. It works by penetrating metal pores to displace moisture. The spray dries to a thin film to protect metal surfaces. Popular in the marine industry, boaters use it to protect deck hardware, engine components, batteries, and electrical connections. T-9 is non conductive and won't cause short circuits.

Woodworkers use Boeshield to protect woodworking tools, as it won't transfer to the wood piece or cause problems with finishes.

 
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T-9 Properties:

  • Penetrates deeply into fasteners and fixtures.
  • Displaces moisture.
  • Dries to a clean waxy film.
  • Lubricates and protects all metals for months.
  • Will not harm paints, plastics, rubber or vinyl.
  • Attack's existing corrosion.
  • T-9 will also loosen rusted parts.
  • Contains No Fluorocarbons.
  • Many Industrial and Household uses.

 

BRAND: Boeshield
Type: Anti-Corrosion/Inhibitor
5.0 3

Great product

5

Used on storm shutters in Miami, they work like new now. They have plastic parts and protected against salt damage.

Sam

Miami FL

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The best bicycle chain lubricant

5

Clean and dry well with Simple Green. Use droplet bottle on the joint of each link.

DoppiotoGo

INDY

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Boeshield is the best!

5

T-9 works very well on boats- esp on saltwater. Saves electrical connections, stops corrosion on battery terminals, etc. Can be sprayed on SS fasteners before installing in aluminum to stop corrosion. This is good stuff. I keep a can on the boat.

PKingatU

New Bedford, MA

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Boeshield T-9 Lubricant

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