Silicone spray

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  1. Chrystal

    Chrystal New Member

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    Hey guys looking into breeding woodies for my beardie, I have noticed that some people use silicone spray instead of fluids liken as it is a cheaper alternative. I did a search and found some stuff at bunnings just wanting confirmation first...
    Is it literally WD-40 'like' stuff? Hahahaha sorry very new to this stuff haha.

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    Silicone spray is different to regular WD-40, if that's what you're asking.

    I'd still go for the fluon if you can get your hands on some. It might be slightly more expensive outlay but I never had to reapply mine whereas the silicone spray will need to be reapplied relatively often. So it will balance out in the long run cost wise. It is also more effective at keeping the critters in where they belong.
     
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    Yes it is like WD-40 in that you spray it just the same. If you do decide to use silicon spray you need to make sure it is 'Food Safe'.
    Personally I just use vaseline.
     
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