Kano Kroil "The Oil That Creeps" - Loosens Frozen Metal Parts and the toughest stuck together metal parts or your money back.
Kano Laboratories isolated the interdisciplinary physical, electrical and chemical properties, which cause the common industrial problem of frozen metal parts.
Wherever this is corrosion-due to heat, salt water, chemical action, or weathering- Kroil will loosen metal joints in a few minutes time, saving labor, equipment and temper. It dissolves gum, dried grease and oil, removes rust and carbon deposits - without attacking the metal - and provides proper lubrication... Harmless to metal, great for cleaning guns and rifles.
Use Kroil on nuts, bolts, studs, screws, pulleys, shafts, bearings, guns, pipe threads, spindles, valve guides or on any corroded threads or tight parts.
Works great on rusted nuts and bolts. Frees stuck cables.
Highly recommend ! Will definitely impress you !
My order was processed all in good order. Kroil is very good product compared to other oils. Not hard to use for not real offense odor and has many uses.
Bought this for my son, who is restoring a 67 Impala... hoping it will loosen a few seized parts. They have been soaking for a few days, waiting patiently for this to work, as IÃ¢??ve read itÃ¢??s the best.
Great for cleaning firearms. Great service from vendor as well
Im disappointed in this product. I am attempting to remove a stuck bearing which had been exposed to excessive moisture this product had been highly recommended to me by other mechanics yet after a week of allowing this oil to soak into the bearing it still wont budge. I should have followed my gut instinct and used a torch. Im really disappointed because I spent a good deal of money to get this product and like millions of others, my funds are very limited at this time. Cannot in good conscience recommend this product.
I had a blade on my mower deck that was impossible to break the nut loose even after heating with a torch and a 30 inch breaker bar. I tried PB Blaster and every other penetrating oil I had with no success. My last resort was Kroil oil let it soak for about an hour. I went back and put my impact wrench on which I had tried many times before with no success and to my surprise it came right off. That is exactly why I ordered another can of Kroil Oil!!!