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    I just decided to bite the bullet and placed my first order for some kroil from the Kano website. Who here has ordered from them in the past and how long does it usually take for them to ship stuff out?
    -paul

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    No idea on the shipping, but I will definitely vouch for the Kroil product. Closest thing to PB I've seen. It's actually better in my opinion. Plus a pleasant smell like the old Clarks Teaberry gum. Remember that anyone?
    mike
    Bricolage anyone?....one of lifes fun games.

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    • #3
      I have ordered from them a number of times in the last year and I get my order in about 10 days. You will need some kind of buisness name though. I think you can just make something up and us a personal CC. After your first order you will start to get mailers every now and then for some really good deals , so don't buy to much.

      This should get you started.

      https://secure.concentric.com/kanola...er_kroil.shtml

      I love that Aero-Kroil...

      Don

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      • #4
        Another extra fine product, perhaps superior in my experience to Kroil, as I have used both, is Gibbs because of its broad range of use.
        They do discount to an established business

        http://www.gibbsbrand.biz/index2.html

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        • #5
          Originally posted by psomero
          I just decided to bite the bullet and placed my first order for some kroil from the Kano website. Who here has ordered from them in the past and how long does it usually take for them to ship stuff out?
          Order it here and it will ship same day 99% of the time...
          8 oz or gallon cans available. Most sporting / gun supply carry it as well - Brownells, etc.

          http://www.midwayusa.com/viewproduct...tnumber=137203

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          • #6
            Acetone & ATF makes a better penetrating oil, but you do need to be careful where you use it, and it doesn't smell as good :-).

            - Bart
            Bart Smaalders
            http://smaalders.net/barts

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            • #7
              Originally posted by barts
              Acetone & ATF makes a better penetrating oil, but you do need to be careful where you use it, and it doesn't smell as good :-).

              - Bart
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              I second that, I must be the only one not impressed with Kano, I used Kano and pb blaster on the same project and got rid of the rest of kano. PB blaster was far better and have had as good a luck with ATF and acetone. the best ED
              Ed
              Agua Dulce, So.California
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              • #8
                Ed, next time you're around anywhere that sell LPS, ask if they have KB88. I use both Kroil and KB88 and find KB88 does a better job penetrating.

                Patrick

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                • #9
                  we always have our Kroil with in a couple of days..... I don't know of anything that comes close to touching that stuff in effectiveness. I keep a couple cans in the garage at home, in the tool box at work and a can in my wheeling rig

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                  • #10
                    I took advantage of the two 13 oz. spray cans for $12 delivered promo and it showed up three days after I placed the order. Fantastic stuff!

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