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I live in a snow belt and yearly clean and lubricate slider nad guide pins on my brakes. I am not as spry as i used to be and dread the activity. While surfing another site I found people recommending this product, Permatex Ceramic Brake Lubricant (Purple Bottle). From a review of the specifications it has an extremely wide temperature range, is safe for rubber components and maybe more importantly is very, very tenatious but also expensive.

If I could cut my brake maintenance in half it would well be worth the price. I tried it this fall and all has gone well thru the winter and spring. My initial impression was it is goey and extremely hard to remove from my finger. Other than that it was like any other brake lube.

Anyone else have any experience to report on this product or other recommendations??
 

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I have never used it before. I normally use Dow Corning 33 (DC 33). Primarily because I get it free from work.
 
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