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In this episode, Doctor Beaver (lead chemist of Liquid Wrench) shares how Silicone Spray can help ease your outdoor lighting woes. From waterproofing connections, to keeping ground fault circuits from tripping, and even preventing lightbulbs from breaking when you change them, Silicone Spray is an unexpected answer to common problems.
Tinkerer Kel Anthony (of Xtreme Mower Mayhem) preps “The Purple Dragon,” his ’69 Chevy Impala, for storage this winter.
Whether you store your car or drive it right on through the winter, it’s important to prep your ride for temperature changes. A little care now can save you a lot of repair later. We reached out to Dr. Larry Beaver, lead chemist at Liquid Wrench and bona fide car guy, for his tips on how to prep your ride for winter. Here’s his must-do list:
1) Remove, clean and reinstall battery cables to make sure battery performance isn’t impacted by a poor connection. Coat with Liquid Wrench White Lithium Grease to limit corrosion.
2) Spray inside door and trunk locks with Liquid Wrench Dry Lube to clean and lubricate tumbler mechanisms. No liquid lubricant left in the locks prevents them from “gumming up” in subzero weather.