Video: Rust Meets Its Match with New CRE-OIL - Transmission Digest

Video: Rust Meets Its Match with New CRE-OIL

Penetrant formulation includes today’s most advanced chemistry modifiers. This video is sponsored by CRE-OIL.

Your unceasing battle with rust-frozen fasteners can finally be won – low-viscosity CRE-OIL penetrating fluid is now available nationwide, helping you to stop wasting time and breaking bolts.

CRE-OIL’s legacy formulation has been improved with today’s most advanced chemistry modifiers. With more aggressive solvents, wetting agents and a specialty oil that allows it to creep deep into tight crevices, CRE-OIL breaks the bond of years of rust and corrosion between frozen nuts and bolts.

“Professionals cannot risk breaking off a rusted and corroded nut or bolt adding unnecessary time to an otherwise ordinary repair,” explains Todd Downing, president. “CRE-OIL’s chemistry lets it wick into tight crevices to chemically loosen the surface tension of rust so common on fasteners that are exposed to the elements. CRE-OIL is the gold standard of penetrating fluids preferred by professionals.”

Through its pinpoint spray nozzle, CRE-OIL can reach even hidden fasteners – its low-viscosity formulation allows it to penetrate deep into rusted fasteners, allowing them to be disassembled quickly and safely.

CRE-OIL is available in single-can units or 12-can multi-packs.

This video is presented by CRE-OIL.

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