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500 PSI Silicone Spray

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About 500 PSI Silicone Spray

500 PSI's Silicone Spray is a food grade silicone product that works great for protecting all rubber parts in and out of the water. Using 500 PSI Silicone Spray will keep your dive gear in top shape. 500 PSI Silicone Spray is an environmentally safe product. This silicone formula provides maximum lubrication, protection & revitalization with minimum impact on the environment. Use silicone spray on all water sports equipment, neoprene, and latex, rubber, metal and plastic. Silicone spray eases wetsuit and dry suit entry, preserves seals, lubricates moving parts and protects against corrosion and oxidation. 500 PSI Silicone Spray comes in a convenient 2 or 8 fl. oz. (59 or 236.5 ml) Pump Spray Applicator.

500 PSI Silicone Spray Features

  • 500 PSI Silicone Spray:
  • Protects and Revitalizes
  • Great for:
    All Water Sports Equipment
    Latex, Rubber
    Metal and Plastic
  • Food Grade Silicone Product
  • Keeps Dive Gear in Top Shape
  • Protects Rubber Parts In-and-Out of the Water
  • Provides Maximum Lubrication
  • Eases Wet Suit and Dry Suit Entry
  • Preserves Seals
  • Lubricates Moving Parts
  • Protects Against Corrosion and Oxidation
  • Convenient Pump Spray Applicator
  • 2 Sizes: 2 or 8 fl. oz. (59 or 236.5 ml)

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
GARY S  recommended by dive instructor
Shopper  some say you can't spray silicone in to a regulator some say you can. under the product features it say this product work great for : Metal, plastic, rubber , and etc. Is that what make the regulator: metal, plastic etc. ? so can I spray silicone in to my regulator ?
ADAM S  I would say that it probably depends on your regulator. I have an evironmentally sealed regulator so I don't worry about getting a little into it. It may be different with other regulators. The product feels a little greasy so it may be more likely to trap dust and sand inside the regulator. I used this on the outside to preserve the mouthpiece, the plastic, and rubber on the hoses.
MILT R  I guess you could, but, why would you want to? This particular product is used for zippers, hinges, clasps, threaded connections and O rings seals. Best use on regulators is 1st stage yoke threads, any of the swivel joints and high/low pressure hose O ring thread-ins.
MARTIN C  I use that in my regulator without any problem and I think it help me to keep it working well, and also It looks better.
JOE R  Silicone is an inert substance, it will not harm any material found in a regulator. In fact, if there are rubber or plastic parts, it will extend their life against saltwater corrosion.
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