Fountain oiler filled with general clock oil. Convenient applicator to get into tough areas. This is the oil you need to lubricate your clock.
#CT3 - $6
Reduces friction by 75%. Nano Oil contains nanometer sized spheres that act as tiny ball bearing. Use Nano 5 for going over old Clock Oil on your clock movement or use Nano 10 for metal to metal contact on a clean movement.
A good mid grade oil for general purpose clock repair. Come in a glass 2oz bottle.
#CL1 - $16
One pint of concentrated ammoniated clock cleaning solution that can be used to clean movements by hand, or to use with a ultrasonic cleaning machine. Just mix 1 part of this solution to 8 -12 parts of water
#CL9 - $12
Watch and clock cleaning solution gallon. This is a waterless cleaner and must be rinsed with Drizebrite. This can be used in both ultrasonic and mechanical machines. This is an ammonia based cleaner.
#CL10 - $43
One gallon solvent based. Drizebrite is known as "The Ultimate Rinse" because it meets all watch and clock makers requirements. Its designed to leave watch and clock parts spotless without any oily film! Would be used with formula 67 only.
#CL11 - $43
Formulated for mechanical and manual cleaning. Ideal for antique pocket watches and clocks that have protective coatings on its parts. Rinse with water and IMMEDIATELY shake it then blow dry with hair dryer. And shake it again and dry it again. Repeat, repeat, must be dry. One gallon make 8 gallons of cleaning solution.
#CL12 - $43
2 oz of mainspring grease that contains oxide inhibitors and also wetting agents. This is a long lasting petroleum based grease.
#CL3 - $14
Beautiful brass bristle brush which brings bright beauty to big bulky brass plates. This is to be used on stubborn spots of grime, to be used with cleaning solution.
#CL15 - $4
Brilliant shine on any uncoated, non-ferrous, metal surface including, brass, gold, silver, aluminum, magnesium, pewter, chrome, sterling, copper and stainless steel., Simichrome does a beautiful job of removing surface rust from chrome, polishing aluminum until it looks like new, even sprucing up delicate, heirloom family silver.