Friday, September 14, 2012

Rock-it Oil

     I am in the process of replacing a very rusty brake line on a very rusty Chevrolet Blazer that is sitting in the shop right now. I know, I said brake line, as in one. That is what I want to have happen. Normally that isn't the way it will go. When brake lines rust they tend to seize onto the fitting and destroy the next brake line during the process of removal. Now with that being said, you know why saying that I am going to replace that one rusty brake line is probably not what is going to happen. Of course, I sprayed it with some pen-lube for everyone asking out there, and no, I can't get a torch on it because it is very close to the gas tank. I was getting ready to just replace the lines all the way back to the caliper and be done with it but who has time for all of that bending and routing of brake line when you have many other cars to finish in just a short amount of time? Enter Rock-it Oil, a revolutionary new product using nano technology that is about to change the way we work. Whether you are an electrician, auto mechanic, carpenter or just a do-it-your-selfer, it doesn't matter. This stuff works.

Rock-it Oil
     Rock-it Oil is wholly owned subsidiary of Full Spectrum LLC and is located in my home state of Michigan, right here in the U.S. of A. and their products are being sold on the shelves at your local Home Depot. Rock-it Oil is similar to the old standard WD-40 but it has many more uses. Over 1,001 uses, according to their website but I am quite sure that between us all who have used such products, we can find many more. To fully comprehend just what this revolutionary new product can do, we have to break it down a bit.

     First off, automotive and cycle uses. Rock-it Oil can be used to free seized on nuts and bolts, break down rust holding on brake bleeder screws, allow clutch and throttle cables to move freely, remove rust from chrome and even to protect electrical equipment such as ignition systems and terminal ends.

     While we are still using it in the garage, let me mention that you can also use it to protect your lawn equipment from rust and corrosion and you can use it to lubricate your garage door so you can stop waking up the neighborhood at 6 A.M. Do you own a boat? Rock-it Oil can be used for that too. It won't wash off in water making it the first choice in water sports lubricants. You can even use it on your fishing reels and your fishing line to make them cast farther and quieter. It is even highly acclaimed in the fire arms industry, being used by the F.B.I., D.E.A. and the U.S. Marshals just to name a few.

     Rock-it Oil's family of products include original Rock-it Oil for all-around use, Rock-it Oil Lustre for cleaning stainless steel, Rock-it Oil Stain for carpets and rugs ( I am going to go pick up a can of that today for the interior of my Jeep. I will let you all know how it worked.), Rock-it Oil Grill and BBQ, Rock-it Oil Cook Top for cleaning the new glass ranges, Rock-it Oil Fabric for your furniture and leather surfaces, maybe it can get all of the bugs off of my motorcycle leathers, and Rock-it Oil Wood, Stone and Firearms versions also. A very long list of specialized products all using nano technology to make our lives a little easier. I really like that they have separated the products into different types, I am not a fan of the "one can does it all" infomercials at 3 in the morning. I would rather have something made specifically for the task at hand so I am not left wondering if I shouldn't have used it on this seat or that counter top as I wait to see what damage I have incurred. All of that concern is washed away with Rock-it Oil, you have a specific can for a specific job. If it says it works on this, than it does. If it says that is works on all of this, than that is what it will do as well.

The Rock-it Oil Family
     Rock-it Oil is new to the market but is already getting a loyal user base. If you buy one of their products and use it, you will more than likely go back to the store for more. If you go to their website, you will see many testimonials from actual users and maybe you can leave one of your own. You can follow them on Twitter and even like them on Facebook and keep up to date on new products or uses for the product you already have. Go try a can today and let them know what you think, I am sure they would love to hear from you.

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