The Best Liquid Tool in the Box!
Xtreme Green’s® XPL-101 Penetrating Spray Lubricant has 101 uses:
Home, Automotive, DIY and Shop just to name a few.
It has been formulated with XPL+ lubrication technology which bonds to metal and a special “Stays Where it Sprays” formula, XPL-101 simply works better and lasts longer than ordinary spray lubricants.
We guarantee that once you use this product you will never settle for anything else!
Need to lubricate a hinge, lock, chain or sliding door?
One spray and it’s done. The formula is designed to bond to metal and provide immediate and long-lasting lubrication for any moving metal parts.
Rusty bolt doesn’t want to come loose?
Penetrates into tight crevices and easily loosens rusted, frozen or sticky mechanisms. It also cleans grease, tars, adhesives and rust.
Need protection from moisture and corrosion?
By bonding to the metal and leaving a non-conductive film which displaces moisture, XPL-101 provides a durable layer of protection from the elements. Great for drying out ignitions and other electrical systems.
Cleaning and lubricating your fishing reel or gun?
XPL-101 bonds to the metal to dramatically lower heat and friction and provide durable corrosion protection, making it an outstanding lubricant for any firearm or fishing reel.
Drilling metal and generating heat?
XPL-101 has been proven in tough industrial applications to greatly reduce heat and friction, which means less wear on drill bits and faster drill speed.
Need to remove grease, tar or adhesive?
No need for solvent cleaners. XPL-101 penetrates and dissolves grease, grit and grime, leaving behind a protective film that makes it easier to keep clean.
If it rolls, rubs, slides, rusts, corrodes, seizes or collects moisture … use XPL-101!
Xtreme Green® XPL-101 Penetrating Spray Lubricant helps:
Reduce Friction and Heat
Free Sticky, Corroded or Rusted Parts
Protect Metal from Corrosion
Stop Squeaks and Reduce Noise
Reduce Maintenance and Wear
Displace Water and Moisture
“I just tried using it [XPL 101] and was elated to find it is NOT just another ‘wonder-oil’. I had tried for 5-min. to get the clean-nut screwed on the rusty-bolt, but could only progress about a half-thread thereon. Then I thought, oh perfect opportunity to try ‘Xtreme Green’, the nut immediately not only screwed-on using my fingers, but it turned on the formerly rusty-threads –seriously, it’s just astounding!!! ” Rob
How It Works
THE SECRET IS THE XPL+®
XTREME PRESSURE LUBRICATION FORMULA
XPL+ technology is attracted to and activated by heat. Conventional lubricants migrate away from heat and will break down under high heat conditions.
XPL+® lubrication technology bonds to metal even under extreme heat and pressure, giving it film strength that is demonstrated to be 50 times more powerful than regular lubricants!
Because it actually bonds to the metal, the technology is designed to help give protection when your engine needs it most, every time you start your car which is when your engine experiences the greatest wear.
TESTED AND PROVEN
XPL+ lubrication is tested daily in today’s demanding industrial applications as well as by leading testing laboratories all over the world.
Originally formulated and developed to protect demanding, hard-working diesel engines in industrial environments, the technology was transformed and adapted for today’s tight tolerance, high-performance gasoline engines. Leading industrial, mining, oil drilling and transportation companies have exhaustively tested and used XPL+ lubrication for many years.
How To Use
- Simply spray, let soak in and wipe off any excess.
- Do NOT use on vehicle controls (pedals, grips, steering wheels), bench or cycle seats, motorcycle or bicycle tires, floors, or other surfaces where slipperiness may be hazardous. Do not spray on brake rotors, wheel rims or overspray tires.
- Air Tools
- Fishing Reels
- Hand Tools
- Pivot Points
- Screw Jacks
- Sliding Doors
- Sports equipment
- and MORE
Cars, Trucks & SUVs
RVs & Boats etc.
Cars, Vans & Trucks
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s the difference between XPL-101 and the Standard Well-known Spray Lubricant?
Does it have “Water Displacement” characteristics?
What are some of the things it should not be used for?
Does it help to “saturate” rusted nuts and bolts for a few hours?
Is it non-toxic?
Do I have to be careful around painted surfaces?
Is it safe to squirt directly into lock mechanisms?
What are just a few of the most popular uses for XPL-101?
It’s great for hundreds of applications, but among the most frequent uses are Locks, Hinges, Sliding Mechanisms (like doors and windows), all around bikes, garages, boats, and trailers.