Water Pump Lubricant

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Water Pump Lubricant

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  • Protects cooling system
  • Water pump lubricant
  • Thermostat lubricant
  • Safe and easy to use

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  1. I just installed this on a spigot in my horse barn and I’m impressed already! The house water is taken care of with a water system, but the barn water always had iron in it. The iron got worse since the pressure tank was replaced in the house to the point where water was cloudy brown with sediment floating in i! Had a water company come out and test the water, said the barn water is fine for the horses but if we wanted to get all the iron out of it we’d have to replace/upgrade the system in the house to the tune of $2600. Also said this sometimes happens when a pressure tank is replace, it may or many not settle in a few months. So I went and put one of these little filters on the spigot, figure for $15 it was worth the shot. Granted it probably isn’t taking all the iron out, but at least the water is clear now and no chunks of sediment floating around! I made my husband taste the water after I put the filter on (LOL), he said it still has a metallic taste to it…. but oh well, makes me feel better that my horses are at least drinking clear water with not so much iron in it now. Attached is before and after photo of the water.

  2. A great way to protect your system. I use this every few years instead of a complete flush and my systems stay clean. I know from my work that glycol does not “wear out”, but the corrosion inhibitors deplete with time. This replenishes them. No corrosion–no nasty coolant. And no disposal of nasty coolant down the sewer and look to take it someplace.

  3. Leave a comment if you have any questions and I can either take some photos or give more details.I used this for one camping season in my RV and can report no issues. I suggest keeping a few extra Hose O rings packed just in case you loose one. I lost one on the first trip of the season and ended up needing to use a spare to be able to fully hook up at the site.Do follow the instructions and allow water to run through it for a couple minutes to get all the carbon dust out. The water will initially run very black until it’s cleared the dust out.For storage I use a 15 quart hefty latching lid tote. It allows me to store this and my 25′ clean water hose separate and protected from anything during storage and transit. I keep my Y adapter and PSI regultor in this same tote.When I get home I open the tote, prop up the filter in the tote to help with draining and then just pour the water into the yard when it’s done draining.My camp setup is;RV > right angle adapter > water hose > filter > PSI regulator adapter > hose Y adapter > and then site spigot.My photo isn’t the best shot of the setup I could have gotten but I also chose it because of the family of deer in the background.I have not used the spring adapter but have it packed in my “Travel RV tool kit” in case I need it.My only concern would be durability if dropped. I think the chance of it cracking would be more during removal then attaching as it would be heavier with water still inside it.I do plan on buying this product again when I need another.

  4. I have run these for years in my RV and they work killer! Here’s some more in-depth thoughts:Pros:- These work better than I had expected. Just hook them up to the water source, hook your hose to it, run it to your trailer and viola` clean and good tasting water. Some of the places we have visited have had water that I wouldn’t feed to my worst enemy. With this thing attached, it’s very good tasting.- I like the hose attachment that comes with this to aide in adding flexibility to the system and not put too much strain on the system. I have bought so many of these, I now use one attaching the filter to the nozzle, one out of the filter to my hose, and one attaching my hose to the trailer.Notes:- I will note that the manufacturer suggesting using these for only 1 camping season, and this makes sense. That’s what I do, and it seems to work out great. It’s not too much $ to replace every season.- Another note, when first putting this filter into service (just the first time of the season, subsequent hook-ups wont do this) there will be a bunch of carbon (black in the water) that comes out of the faucet in your trailer. This is perfectly fine, safe, and of no issue. This is the filter breaking in and getting the extra carbon out of the system. There is no health concern with this happening. I just run the faucet until it clears up, and then we’re good to go for the rest of the season.- Last note, when we unhook from our camping spot, I swing the filter in my hand with my arm extended (using centrifugal force, not centrifical, look it up) to get the residual water out of the filter so it doesn’t sit in there and spoil. I do this until I get most of the water drops to stop, leave it out on the counter to dry, and boom, it’s perfect the next time.Cons:- None to reportOverall this filter does a great job taking care of some seriously nasty campground water that we’ve encountered all over the Southwest US. I cannot recommend it any higher.I hope I have helped your purchasing decision of this product. I am not affiliated with the manufacturer, seller or any other product related company nor am I under any obligation to write this review. I do this for my own fun and to help others in the Amazon Community! Feel free to comment and let me know if I have helped you, and please note below if this review was able to help. If you should have any questions, please post them below in the Comments. I try to answer all inquires in a timely fashion to the best of my ability.

  5. just plain good stuff after you clean out your antifreeze from your motor.. a musthave to addto your engine to lube the waterpump and an anti corrosive for the water.

  6. I have used this for about 15 years. I have not replaced a water pump since on about 8 pieces of equipment

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