Other Uses for Gibbs Lubricant

The best thing about Gibbs lubricant is that it’s one of the most versatile products on the market. While most commonly used in the garage, on the farm, for firearm maintenance or on the boat, it can also be used in a variety of ways around the home.

Do you have a lawnmower that’s not quite cutting it? Gibbs is a great way to keep lawn equipment like lawnmowers and weed whackers performing how they should. Not only can it be used as a lubricant for mower engine components, it can also be used as starter fluid as well!

Gibbs can also be used to keep musical instruments like guitars looking and sounding great. Because it can be applied to both metal and wood, it’s a great way to keep fretboards smooth, clean and protected from the natural wear and tear they encounter from regular use.

As any homeowner knows, the maintenance required to keep your home in the best possible condition takes a lot of work. Sometimes things like locks and door hinges start to stick, especially here in Michigan where the temperature can swing 30 degrees in a day! Gibbs allows you to keep your home’s lock mechanisms and door hinges working like they should: smoothly.

These are just some of the different ways Gibbs lubricant can be used around the house, but there are countless others. It can be applied to nearly any metal, wood, glass, leather and most plastics without changing how they look. If you have questions about how to use Gibbs at home, please read our FAQ or contact us today.

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