NFUSED Application Instructions
If the equipment manufacturer allows a variety of appropriate, interchangeable oils from various manufacturers, NFUSED can be used. This is the case with almost all automotive/truck engines, automotive/truck transmissions, industrial equipment, and firearms applications (see below for cases that NFUSED should NOT be used).
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Apply a very thin film (4-6 drops of NFUSED) to cotton lint-free cloth/patch to all clean metal surfaces of the firearm. Let NFUSED absorb into metal for 10 to 15 minutes. Heat quickens the process such as a hair dryer, heat gun, etc. Let metal surfaces cool. Reapply and heat again. After three initial applications, re-lubricate every 1-2 thousand rounds fired. Wipe completely to avoid sand and dust contamination.
Where not to use NFUSED
Although NFUSED is great for automotive, industrial, and firearms,
there are a few cases where NFUSED should not be used:
- Equipment manufacturer warranty instructions should always be followed.
- If the equipment manufacturer specifies that you must use only non-detergent oil, NFUSED should NOT be used. Non-detergent oil allows deposits to build up over time. When a product with even a small amount of detergency is introduced after extended use of non-detergent oil, the deposits may be cleansed so rapidly that it will clog the system.
- If an equipment manufacturer specifies that you must use only one unique lube from a single source, NFUSED should NOT be used. This is true for any equipment, including firearms, air or pellet guns, automotive/transportation equipment and industrial equipment.
- If the equipment manufacturer specifies that you must avoid synthetic, parasynthetic or chlorinated lubricants, NFUSED should NOT be used.
- NFUSED is NOT compatible with polycarbonate.
- NFUSED should NOT be added to brake fluid or similar fluids.