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    jig-a-loo?

    found this stuff in the house http://www.jigaloo.com/us/e_what_it_is.php

    its silicone based so im assuming its safe to use to spray down the engine compartment?


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    Not sure about the engine, but I know my dad sprays it on everything on the boat, along with all the fishing tackle. Its a really good product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg View Post
    found this stuff in the house http://www.jigaloo.com/us/e_what_it_is.php

    its silicone based so im assuming its safe to use to spray down the engine compartment?
    Sounds safe to me...give it a try and report back!! If it's cheaper than seadoo lube the hurray!
    mmmmmmmmmm, on second thought ???

    If sprayed in eyes. Immediately flush area thoroughly with water, remove any contact lenses and hold your eyelids open while continuing to flush eyes for about 15 minutes.
    If sprayed on skin. Rinse the area well with water.
    If inhaled. Go outside in the fresh air immediately.

    CAUTION
    Contains: methylene chloride, perchloroethylene, isobutane,
    and propane.
    Contents and fumes may catch fire. Container may explode if heated. May irritate eyes and skin.


    Some plastics and painted surfaces may react. Please check by testing a small area on the surface before spraying the entire object.

    WARNING
    This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer.
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    Jig-A-Loo

    Hello All,

    Let me first disclose to you that I handle the PR efforts for Jig-A-Loo and happened to see your posting.

    For nearly 50 years, this product has been on the shelves in Canada and holds the title for marketshare. It's a great product and was designed for multiple uses.

    Of course for the purposes of this forum, you are inquiring about the products uses on marine products. I am actually a boat owner myself (the boating video on the website is of me and my boat). I use Jig-A-Loo on just about all metal and stainless parts on my boat. I especially like how the silicone seals the prop giving it much less friction drag. I use it inside the engine compartment, the only caution I would like to include, is test it on a small area of your plastices before you spray it directly on.

    I encourage you to learn more about Jig-A-Loo on the website www.jigaloo.com. There are thousands of other applications for the product in and around the house from lawn mowers, to screen doors, to squeaky hinges.

    Happy boating and thank you for posting your thoughts and questions about Jig-A-Loo.

    Mike Caudill
    www.drivenontheweb.com

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    welcome to the forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRIVENMC View Post
    Happy boating and thank you for posting your thoughts and questions about Jig-A-Loo.

    Mike Caudill
    www.drivenontheweb.com
    Mike, anyway to get a free sample to try it out ???

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    WOW, that's crazy..your ears must have been burning or you must be married to a psychic..
    If I make a tread about a long haired,dark skined brazilian will she make her first post responding to it?

    Anyways, welcome to the forum!!
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