Needle Pen Clock Oiler

$17.00

Needle Pen Clock Oiler

Precision pen oiler that contains quality semi-synthetic general purpose clock oil. The long needle makes tough spots easy to reach. If it slides, grease it. If it spins, oil it.

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CT3: $17.00

Easy Lubrication

Precision Needle Pen Clock Oiler that contains quality semi-synthetic general purpose oil. The applicator makes it easy to reach pivot holes as well as other spots. The long needle enables you to get into the hardest to reach areas in the middle of the movement.

Once the pen is empty, simply unscrew the top and fill it back up for non-stop easy use. Stop the onset of corrosion by putting the smallest drop wherever one thing rubs another in the movement. If it slides, grease it. If it spins, oil it.

Additional information

Weight 0.2 lbs
Dimensions 0.5 × 0.5 × 5 in

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John Cherry
5 months ago

I built a grandfather and a grandmother clock when I was in high school. The grandfather clock works perfectly. They were built in 1973 when I was in high school. My father had the smaller clock stored in a building that had no climate control and the movements are tarnished in spots. Any way of cleaning the movements? Thanks