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Liquid Wrench Releases Redesigned Product Line
Liquid Wrench®, Indian Trail, SC, has redesigned its line of lubricants, penetrants, and specialty products. The redesign is being accompanied by a national marketing campaign.

Liquid Wrench Penetrating Oil quickly loosens corroded bolts, nuts, and parts, for powerful performance without a powerful smell.

Liquid Wrench Chain Lube stays in place to lubricate and prevent corrosion on fast-moving chains or wire cables. It reduces friction and prevents corrosion on industrial chain drives.

Liquid Wrench Lubricating Oil stops squeaks and loosens sticking parts, protects against moisture, and leaves a long-lasting, rust-inhibiting film.

Liquid Wrench Silicone Spray provides super slippery protection in a clear, non-staining film, to prevent rust and corrosion.

Liquid Wrench White Lithium Grease provides a long-lasting, heavy-duty grease coat for joints, hinges, and connections. It won’t freeze or melt, sources say.

Liquid Wrench Dry Lubricant lays down a long-lasting, dry film to cut friction, extend part life, and protect against water and corrosion. — Liquid Wrench Circle 182

Blade Seamers Feature Interchangeable Blades
Midwest Tool And Cutlery Company, Sturgis, MI, has introduced patent-pending interchangeable blade seamers for the HVACR and building construction trades. Interchangeable blades provide value and convenience by eliminating the need to carry or purchase two separate hand seamers. The MW-S36 model seamer comes with 3-in. and 6-in wide X 1.5-in. deep forged steel blades, for sheet metal applications such as HVACR ductwork, aluminum flashing, copper, metal roofing, fascia, and other sheet materials The MW-S59 has 5-in. and 9-in. wide X 2-in. deep aluminum blades, for seaming aluminum roof and chimney flashing, fascia, and other lightweight materials. Interchangeable blades can be switched out quickly and easily. Each of the four blade sizes is available in individual seamer blade kits. — Midwest Tool And Cutlery Circle 183

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