Make Your Own Yoyo Lube

Introduction: Make Your Own Yoyo Lube

About: Age: 15 Name: Tanner Grade: 10'th (sophomore) Now, you must realize that i created this account several years ago and I did not have the same hobbies, tastes and general knowledge that I have now. But even ...

I have been wanting some yoyo lube but I can't find any around where I live and all the lube on the Internet costs too much, so I decided to try and make my own and here it is it works very well.

Items needed:
vastiline
WD-40 or some other lubricant
small container
cotton ear swabs
bearing yoyo
small stick or something to stir with

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Step 1: Vastline

Add about 2 table-spoons of vastline to your container.

Step 2: WD-40

Add some WD-40 i spray it for about two and a half seconds.

Step 3: Stir

Stir your concoction of WD-40 andvastiline for about one minute.

Step 4: Apply

Apply this sticky slick combonation to your yo-yo bearing with an ear swab. And there you have it your own homeade yoyo lube.

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    11 Discussions

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    GorillazMiko
    GorillazMiko

    12 years ago on Introduction

    I didn't know this works.
    Does this work with skateboarding bearings as well?

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    ilovetea
    ilovetea

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Defiantly not because it's so thick. Also don't use WD-40 on bearings because it creates a thin film which attracts dirt and grim, something you don't want. I would suggest Tri-flow or Bone Swiss Cream.

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    napalm008
    napalm008

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Yea it does but it requires more frequent cleaning id put my bearings in paint thinner every week.