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LPS#1, LPS#2, Or LPS#3, Which Is The Right One For Your Specific Needs?

Posted by Louis DiLullo on

The LPS Lubricant Company, puts out many great lubricants, cleaners and degreasers, but their three most popular products aret their LPS#1, LPS#2 and LPS#3 sprays. All three are great products, but many users ask what is the difference between the three? We will answer that question here.


If you are looking for a SHORT TERM, light corrosion resistant barrier, you should select LPS#1. In other words if you just want to put a thin film on your item, this is the correct LPS product you should be using.

*Provides a dry, thin, lubricating film

* Resists oil, dust, and dirt build up

* Ideal for delicate mechanisms


If you are looking for a product that will give you up to 1-YEAR PROTECTION, then LPS#2 is the product you should be using.

*Strong, multi-purpose lubricant and penetrant with added corrosion protection

* Provides a non-drying , light oily film for use on indoor/outdoor equipment

* Reduces wear caused by friction and corrosion

* Loosens rusted or frozen parts


If you are looking for a Premier Rust Inhibitor, and up to 2 YEAR PROTECTION,  you should be using LPS#3.

* Protects for up to 2 years

* Prevents Rust and  Corrosion

* Provides non-sling lubrication

* Self-healing, soft, waxy film

* Safe to use on rubber, plastics, and paints

If you want an inexpensive way of trying all three, check out our LPS#1, #2, and #3 assortment.

Besides, spray cans, General Tool & Supply Company sells LPS#1LPS#2, and LPS#3 in Gallon, 5-Gallon, and 55-Gallon Drums. Please call us (1-800-322-0005) for pricing on 5-Gallon and 55-Gallon Drums,

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