Pro-Blend 1720 Anti-Seize Compound
Apply Pro-Blend anti-seize directly to any metal surface that may gall or seize due to heat, pressure, torque loading or shock. Excellent in environments of gas, alcohol, water, solvents, dirt, sand, and grit.
- Defies contact of dissimilar or like metals
- Not affected by heat, moisture, salt water, or corrosion
Learn why using anti-seize is so important in our tech article, Installing New Hardware.
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