HMMMMMM

The bottle of Mouse Milk I bought after some of you guys were raving about it showed up today.

From the description on the bottle it looks like pretty interesting stuff.

“Unsurpassed rust removal”.

“Has amazing creeping ability”.

“Takes extremes of heat and cold without separating.

“Has prolonged lubricating properies”

And this is the part that really caught my attention,

“Is ideal for all cutting and turning operations and all machine shop operations. It is especially valuable for cut off work, on hack saws and all metal working tools”.

Like I said, HMMMMMM.

Veddy intedasting.

You know damn well I am going to be putting this stuff through it’s paces.

Soon.

6 thoughts on “HMMMMMM

  1. With the description: “Unsurpassed rust removal”.

    “Has amazing creeping ability”.

    “Takes extremes of heat and cold without separating.

    “Has prolonged lubricating properies”

    And this is the part that really caught my attention,

    “Is ideal for all cutting and turning operations and all machine shop operations. It is especially valuable for cut off work, on hack saws and all metal working tools”. I didn’t know if you were talking about a rust removing liquid or an intimate lubricating oil. It can be confusing, what with young ladies mistaking Gorilla Glue for mousse…

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  2. Just to date myself, I graduated high school in ’69. My auto shop teacher referred to most additives as mouse piss (or maybe mouse milk), because that’s how good they were. STP viscosity improver was barely tolerated on worn out engines (not motors, they’re electric).
    It’s nice that a machinist god has bestowed such gifts upon you.

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  3. I only mentioned it because the comment thread was listing any and every lubricant known, including bacon grease (no KY jelly?). I’m not a machinist, and only got it when I dabbled in “owner assisted annuals” on my Cessna 172. I will be interested in your AAR (after action report) from a professional point of view.

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  4. I mentioned ‘elephant spoof’ in another lube posting, a.k.a as Tetra Bore Conditioner. It really does change the molecular surface layer of the metal it is applied to, so it could stuff up a reblueing job. Apart from protecting the inside of your gun barrel, it is great to apply inside a gas block or onto a gas piston, where metal is also subject to superhot combustion gases. It prevents ‘coking-up’ of such gas product (e.g. Chicom ammo) and also corrosion. Especially good for gas-operated auto shotguns that will otherwise coat the outside of your magazine tube with fouling, makes them easier to clean again too. Great for action raceways and bolt rollers and lugs on M-14s, also FALs and other guns. Also for Stoner-design bolt groups and bolt locking lugs too, as it doesn’t get blasted off by the direct-impingement gas flow, but won’t attract dust or crud. I’m not too certain about using it for intimate personal lubrication but.

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