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    Has any one tryed Corstick soda

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    Quote Originally Posted by scaffy 1980 View Post
    We use veggy oil, no need to have a coshh cert and it keeps them lubed for a good while..
    Ffs u gotta be shiitin me lol...never heard anything so daft

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    Straight up SP. they've used in for years. Do apolagise its rape seed oil..
    Den armstrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gary wheaton View Post
    Has any one tryed Corstick soda
    Yes we use it now & again when we have a bad batch to service,
    We normally put the fittings in 1 of the heavy duty plasic drums cut in half with a mix in it & leave it overnite...next day all the rust has been removed & we hose em clean with fresh water then put em into another drum with cliplube next day theyre thrown back into the fitting bins, any excess oil drains onto the other fittings- u dont even need to put a spanner on em theyre rust free,lubed & ready to go....the whole process proberbly takes no more than an 1 man hour and we normally only do it when we have more than 100 fittings

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    For anybody searching for an alternative to Scaffeze - We at Eljay have a tried and tested formula trusted by many scaffolding companies around the UK for a fraction of the price.

    Our formula doesnt evaporate too quickly and leaves a protective coating.

    Can deliver throughout the UK

    i will be more than happy to assist anyone so please feel free to contact me at ryan.saunders@eljayltd.co.uk

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    Clip lube - £60 for 5 litres, spray on fittings and leave for week then turn nute with impact wrench

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    Quote Originally Posted by goulda View Post
    Clip lube - £60 for 5 litres, spray on fittings and leave for week then turn nute with impact wrench
    Will be able to definitely be able to give you a better deal on your clip lubricant - be happy to help!

    our stuff is already trusted with loads of scaffolders

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