O-rings are the most Important Components of your Underwater Camera System. If the O-ring is lubricated, it will be elastic enough to shape itself uniformly around the channel providing a proper seal. If it is dry, there will be too much friction to allow it to reshape itself uniformly. It will not safeguard against flooding. O-rings may be cleaned with fresh water and then lubricated with SEA & SEA Silicone Grease. It is important to use only the suggested Silicone Grease by the Manufacturer. Other Types-of-Grease may cause the O-Ring to become Gummy, Attracting Debris. Every time you open the Photographic Equipment to change film or batteries, examine the O-Ring and service if necessary. Always clean and lubricate after every diving day. Sea & Sea recommends you only use Sea & Sea Silicone Grease on Sea & Sea Products. O-Ring Grease makes a great Safe-a-Dive Kit Item and you should keep one in your Camera Bag or Case.
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Comments about Sea and Sea Sea & Sea Silicone Grease for O-Rings:
Sea & Sea says to only use their grease for their products. Well I found out the hard way that they are right. The cheaper tub like silicon grease will swell the Sea & Sea O-rings to the point where they no longer fit. If you have Sea & Sea products you are are stuck using this overpriced stuff, however it is a high quality grease and it hasn't harmed any of my other brand equipment.