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Posted: 5/2/2015 1:39:38 AM EDT
I have a bottle of Royal Lubricants Co. Inc. CLP I'm interested in hearing whatever you may know about it. I understand that the "E" formula superseded the "D" formula and is suppose to be better in sandy conditions. How does it compare with the "E" formula made by Breakfree in terms of evaporation, cleaning ability, lubricating ability, ect.?
The translucent pint size bottle has a white screw on cap and is marked:

CLP
CLEANER
LUBRICANT
&
PRESERVATIVE

MIL-L-63460D AMD 3
9150-01-054-6453
ROYAL LUBRICANTS CO INC.

LOT 91-1
QUAL AR-27-86
1 US PT
SHELF-LIFE ITEM
DATE OF MFR 2/91
TEST DATE 2/94
NEW TEST DATE

It took several minutes of vigorous shaking to get the Teflon to mix back into the oil. I still see a wide variation in the size of the Teflon particles as they float around in the oil.
Link Posted: 5/3/2015 12:00:56 AM EDT
Ive used it and prefer it to current "CLP"
Link Posted: 5/3/2015 9:40:28 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/3/2015 1:15:40 PM EDT by BlackTea]
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Is the current formula of Breakfree CLP still approved by the military? My bottle of Breakfree has a MIL-L-63460 code but there is no "E".
Link Posted: 5/3/2015 11:36:26 AM EDT
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Is the current formula of Breakfree CLP still approved by the military? My bottle has a MIL-L-63460 code but there is no "E".
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