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Alcohol & Water as Lubrication Agent
By Roger Hughes

Hi All,  Don't know too much in regards to applying graphite with
water or alcohol, but down here in the South, if you mix water with any
good alcohol (90 proof), you can usually loosen up things pretty well.

Regards, Roger Hughes

 [ I've heard said that "Mixing bourbon and branch water is sometimes
 [ a waste of good water!"  ;-)  -- Robbie

(Message sent Tue 29 Aug 2000, 18:56:56 GMT, from time zone GMT-0500.)

Key Words in Subject:  Agent, Alcohol, as, Lubrication, Water

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