Bunky Posted January 2, 2009 Share Posted January 2, 2009 On another discussion group, some were discussing if they used a different dilution of ONR (not 1 oz per 2 gallons for wash). What is the benefits of using more and the risks of using less? I see at least two components: cleaning ability and lubricity. I assume using more increases lubricity since higher concentrations are recommended for use as AD/clay lube. How are the cleaning properties affected by ONR concentration? As the ONR solution gets dirtier (encapsulate dirt), does the cleaning properties drop? For example, was the decision to recommend 1oz for 2 gallons primarily due to lubricity concerns and less about cleaning? Technically curious....not just trust us it works.... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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