XHT-BDZ Stabilizer Grease
XHT-BDZ grease is just what you need to optimize performance with your switch stabilizers!
Newly appearing in the community is the well-received XHT-BDZ! What is it you may ask, and why is it more expensive than other lubricants commonly used in the community?
XHT-BDZ is a very-high viscosity grease that is ideal for lubing stabilizer wires to help reduce ping and rattle, and is an excellent competitor to dielectric grease. It’s to be applied relatively thickly and evenly across the stabilizer wire portions that make contact with the stabilizer housing, but is not recommended to be used on the stabilizer housing, otherwise it may produce a sluggish feel during keypress. As for the pricing, XHT-BDZ performs amazingly well in extremely high temperatures for the industry it was primarily designed for – slow-moving industrial machinery operating at high temperatures.
It complements perfectly with 205g0 that can be used on the stabilizer housings!
Product Information & Usage
Please store your grease in a cool, dry area out of direct sunlight. If you notice slight separation, you can use a brush to mix the product back together. All product is shipped out in 5g jars, which are nice and flat for easy access to all your lube, even when it runs low.
Grease can not be cleaned with soap and water and is resistant to many solvents. Although the grease is chemically stable and non-hazardous please wear gloves and place a protective layer of drop-plastic below any working surface. Spills are difficult to clean, and the grease will transfer from an operators hands to any surface they may touch. Please clean up any accidents with a microfiber cloth.
Ashkeebs and any affiliated persons are not responsible for any damages which occur as a result of untrained or unsupervised use. This chemical is for industrial use only.
|Dimensions||2.8 × 2.8 × 2 cm|
3 mL, 5 mL, 10 mL
1 review for XHT-BDZ Stabilizer Grease
CAD $11.80 – $19.65
CAD $11.80 – $19.65
CAD $9.75 – $32.75
CAD $9.99 – $32.75
ZM (verified owner) –
Really good lubricant to use ONLY for the stabilizer wires because it sticks more fully onto the metal and I feel like it reduces rattle much better than any other alternative. I do have 2 gripes with this…the first is that it’s quite overpriced for the amount you get and it’s much more difficult to clean/remove because of its viscocity. Be careful when handling this stuff but it works like a charm!