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    Quote Originally Posted by matt View Post
    Isn't it just food-grade mineral-oil. I have the N@90 pot, and as you use 1 drop and it comes in a dropper it is easy to use. It's about 8 a litre on Amazon.

    The SW also comes with a smaller bottle in a dropper.

    Droppers are pennies to buy.

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    Why food grade, out of interest? Seems an odd requirement...

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    In case you have to eat it?

    Dunno - perhaps some other grades have nasties in it?

    You can get a litre much cheaper, with a less fancy label.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt View Post
    In case you have to eat it?

    Dunno - perhaps some other grades have nasties in it?

    You can get a litre much cheaper, with a less fancy label.
    Possibly but unless you are going to eat it, it shouldn't matter - it's not like it is for a breathing gas connection. Better for the marine environment perhaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jturner View Post
    Possibly but unless you are going to eat it, it shouldn't matter - it's not like it is for a breathing gas connection. Better for the marine environment perhaps.
    N@90 say it is fine to put into cell-connectors, etc. No idea if this matters. Personally I'm using WD40 electrical connector spray on mine and it seems to be working better than the oil.

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