Lucas 10216 Air Tool Lube and Tool Box Buddy, Case of 12, Pint Bottles
Long lasting and super slick - allows tools to run easier and much longer. Two ounce Tool Box Buddy is exactly as the name implies - this is a superior lubricant packaged for the tool box.
Lucas Air Tool Lubricant is a unique formula that was developed for the working professional who demands top performance. It combats rust and varnish and coats the working parts with a cushion of waterproof lubricants that resist blowout. That means it lubes the tool and not the floor. Sold in quarts, pints and also two ounce bottles as Tool Box Buddy.
- Extends tool life
- Protects under extreme operating temperatures
- Disperses water
- Resists blowout
- Case of 12, pint bottles
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