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hylander 11-06-2012 11:44 AM

Where to get Kroil ?
 
Who carries Koil around Sacramento ?
Every place I ask, they have never even heard of it :confused:

spetsnaz 11-06-2012 11:57 AM

usamidway

Roots 11-06-2012 12:17 PM

I think there's a safety issue with Kroil so it is only sold to businesses that use it in their operations as opposed to individuals (retail). When I ordered from Kano Labs I had to sign something that said I was a business.

If you want to buy a can of areosol, I have an unused spare can. Hit me with a PM.

DavidR310 11-06-2012 1:17 PM

If you can't find Kroil, CRC makes a direct competitor Knock'er Loose

http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/CRC...&cm_vc=IDPRRZ1

klewan 11-06-2012 4:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by spetsnaz (Post 9666426)
usamidway

I put a can on my order, it bumped the shipping about $4.00, half the price of the Kroil. Off it came. I use PB Blaster from Walmart.

Horton Fenty 11-06-2012 6:15 PM

Kroil + Hoppes is one of the best lead and carbon removers I have tried. Well worth the extra shipping.

MidwayUSA and Brownells both carry it. I've yet to find anyone local that carries it.

Gunsmith Dan 11-07-2012 12:02 AM

Kano sells Kroildirectly to companies that use their product that is why you don't see it much in retail stores anymore.

PB blaster rates best if you need to loosen rusty items

BUT

mixing auto trans fluid and Acetone in a 1:1 ratio mix will give you something alot better on rusted siezed parts than any commercial product.

Timbob55 11-07-2012 8:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Roots (Post 9666574)
I think there's a safety issue with Kroil so it is only sold to businesses that use it in their operations as opposed to individuals (retail). When I ordered from Kano Labs I had to sign something that said I was a business.

If you want to buy a can of areosol, I have an unused spare can. Hit me with a PM.

Bought mine from Midway. No issues.

popeye4 11-07-2012 1:31 PM

Kano had a deal going on last month, you could buy two aerosol cans for about $12 + shipping. I can get it at Winchester Auto Supply stores in the Bay Area, don't know if they extend to Sac. Brownells also carries it.

croc4 11-08-2012 7:26 PM

+1 midway, just down a beer or three, the shipping hurts less that way, at least until the next day ;-)

croc4

808xd357sig 11-08-2012 9:37 PM

go to your smaller parts houses/machine shops in the area. ask them if they use it on thier machinig jobs, maybe they can sell you a can. like popey said, they got tons down here in SJ

knucklehead0202 11-18-2012 7:40 AM

some plumbing&industrial suppliers carry it. try a white cap or grainger if there's one in your area, or a smaller supply house. they sometimes have the aerosol, haven't seen just the oil. i bought a bunch when midway had it on sale, damn the shipping, i'd pay anything for kroil, amazing stuff.


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