Universal Silicone Brake Lubricant - Part Number 10-4019 by ACDelco

ACDelco® 10-4019 - Silicone Brake Lubricant

Dynatex 49593 Silicone Brake System Compound, 5 oz Tube, -40 to 400 Degree F, Translucent

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  • A: Hi Honda Pilot, glad to assist you! This American Grease Stick Co. Sil-Glyde Silicone Brake Lubricant (Part No. BK-4) is safe for use on rubber seals. For your door I would not suggest this product as an ideal solution. American Grease Stick Co. makes two other products that may be better for your application, such as Sil-Glyde Silicone Lubricant (Part No. SG-4) or for easier application, Door-Ease Lubricant (Part No. DEK-3) would also be a great option.

    A: Hi Honda Pilot, glad to assist you! This American Grease Stick Co. Sil-Glyde Silicone Brake Lubricant (Part No. BK-4) is safe for use on rubber seals. For your door I would not suggest this product as an ideal solution. American Grease Stick Co. makes two other products that may be better for your application, such as Sil-Glyde Silicone Lubricant (Part No. SG-4) or for easier application, Door-Ease Lubricant (Part No. DEK-3) would also be a great option.

  • A: Hi Grand Marq01, glad to assist you! The Sil-Glyde is a silicone based brake lubricant recommended for the entire brake assembly and is compatible with rubber and plastic. As this product is harmless to use with rubber you should be able to use this to quiet squeaky upper and lower control arm bushing on your 2001 Grand Marquis.

    A: Hi Grand Marq01, glad to assist you! The Sil-Glyde is a silicone based brake lubricant recommended for the entire brake assembly and is compatible with rubber and plastic. As this product is harmless to use with rubber you should be able to use this to quiet squeaky upper and lower control arm bushing on your 2001 Grand Marquis.

    1 If a manufacturer makes a brake lubricant with a mineral oil, paraffin oil or other petroleum base it is restricted to an upper working temperature limit of only a little more than that of it's base, even though it may contain graphite, aluminum, or moly. This is especially true of those products that contain large concentrations of organic bases and very little particulate solids. (Typically the top selling, brand name brake lubricants on the market today). Please check the ingredients on the various labels of the brake lubricants you currently use, you will see that petroleum or one of it's derivatives plays a large part in their make-up... contrary to what the labels imply.
    (ie: Synthetic Caliper Lube, Synthetic Brake Grease, etc.)

     

    Well, what about Silicone, isn't it high temp?

    2 Clear Dow 111 Silicone (the most commonly used silicone brake lubricant) has a working temperature range of -40 to +400ºF and tends to loose it's paste consistency above that. It is primarily used for lubricating plastic and rubber components (not metal to metal). Above its volatilizing temperature, it tends to rapidly decompose... leaving a silica (sand/grit) residue on surfaces it's applied to. Even when Silicone is mixed with other products, fillers or solids, the limited temperature range and contamination factors are still a big problem.

    Information taken from: Dow Corning Tech Sheets, Raybestos Lab/Testing Reports, Dow Corning Brochures, SAE Symposium Papers, Wagner Tech Brochure and Various Technical Articles published from 1998 through the present.

  • Sil-Glyde® Is A Silicone Based Brake Lubricant Recommended For The ENTIRE Brake Assembly & Is Compatible With Rubber. It Is A Moisture-Proof & Heat Resistant To Over 425 Degrees Fahrenheit (218 Degrees Celsius), Which Means It Won't Burn-Off Like Other Brake Noise Products.

Silicone Brake Grease - Super Lube

Always make sure to use a specialty brake lubricant on your brake parts, such as ACDelco Silicone Brake Lubricant. Petroleum-based, or non-high-temperature lubricants for other automotive applications, may not be able to withstand the brake system’s high-temperature environment to supply necessary brake support.