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Contact Cleaner

Lucas Contact Cleaner is blended with a unique blend of solvents, cleaning agents and propellants designed to remove oil, dirt and moisture from contact points. Lucas Contact Cleaner is compatible with metals and elastomers. It is especially effective in motorcycle applications to clean electrical parts that have been exposed to high levels of oil, dirt and debris. This non-chlorinated, CFC free 45% VOC requirement for electrical contact cleaner formula dries quickly and leaves no residue.

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Key Benefits

  • Removes Oil, Dirt and Debris
  • Quick Drying Formula
  • Leaves No Residue
  • Race Proven
  • Compatible With Metals, and Elastomers

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  • #10799 - 14 Ounce (Case of 12) - 13 lbs

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Mitchell Fenton uses Lucas Fuel Treatment for 1995 Mazda 626

Miracle In A Bottle!

I am not completely convinced, but I am certainly getting there. I had seen your additives at an auto parts store and thought they were just another of the thousands of products that are expensive quarts of oil. I have used both Prolong and Duralube on a few cars with no results. I used to use Redline SL1 Fuel Injector additive. The car was running a little sluggish and I thought I was going to need a new fuel filter

I bought your 5.25 oz fuel additive and after filling my tank with about 90% 91 octane, filled it with your additive. Almost immediatly the car seemed to perk up. The mileage seemd to have gone up, too.

My step-father told me that my mother's car was leaking oil and have it checked. I took it to my mechanic (I trust them completely) they told me that the radiator was leaking, the tranny needed a seal, and the power steering hose needed to be replaced. $900 worth of repairs. My mother's 95 T-bird has a dreaded tranny shake and as I was driving there, it even shook going into fourth. I told my machanic I wanted to flush the tranny additive. They told me it would just leak faster if the tranny was flushed and that the additive wouldn't help the situation.

I told them to check the fluids, I had already checked the oil and it was about a quart low. The fluid levels seemed to be fine and I decided to take the car home (my mother doesn't drive it much anyway). I used your oil additive to replace the missing quart and the tranny shake disappeared. The car feels really good again.

I overshot my mother's house and threw it in reverse and hit the gas, the car smoked the tires and even chirped them. I almost want to drive the car more to see if it gets even better. I am not completely convinced but I am getting there.

Mitchell Fenton


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