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    Anyone here using "Hubers #318 cutting oil? I picked up a half gallon a bit ago. Thanks.

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    If it's the one I'm thinking of it is heavy on chlorine aditive. Works great on tough materials, but will " rust " stain everything near it's use. Google for MSDS sheet.
    Toolznthings

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      Hubers? Not H & B Petroleum: http://www.habcool.com/habcool_318.htm
      MSDS: http://www.habcool.com/common_graphics/sds318.pdf
      Last edited by reggie_obe; 10-30-2018, 10:26 PM.

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      • #4
        Nothing fancy, just use ep90 gear oil (Castrol...).
        If need extra penetration, warm the oil can on the hot plate.

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          Yes Reggie it is H&B petroleum on the can. Says on the can and their web site here , it will not stain tooling. Going to try some and see what happens, its in a old metal gallon can, (original can label still attached. i picked this up from a freinds estate who passed, so have no idea how old this stuff is.)

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