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PTFE Dry Lube spray as chute and impeller protection and lubrication?

Anyone tried PTFE (Teflon) Dry Lube spray as chute and impeller lubrication? My local hardware store has som unbranded cans of this in his shelf.

Ideally I am looking for a product that offers protection and lubrication (in that order) to prevent the paint from being scratched. I was thinking of spray tectyl, but I am thinking that it will to soft and with to high friction.

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I would go for it. I've been using synthetic grease for chute rotation lubrication.

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