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3-IN-ONE® Oil Has Many Uses for "Do-It-Yourself" Mechanics

April 1, 2001

Car and truck owners who like to work on their own vehicles will find a helpful tool in a century-old compound that is more effective than most modern "high-tech" products.

Do-it-yourself mechanics have found dozens of uses for 3-IN-ONE Oil in the garage, ranging from stopping squeaks and lubricating engine parts to preventing rust and lubricating tools. The precision application of 3-IN-ONE makes it easy to lubricate air tools, drills, fan belts, door locks, hinges, throttles, linkages, rusted bolts and many other items.

3-IN-ONE Oil is one of the few common products whose formula hasn't been tampered with and has never been "new and improved." The drip oil in the little can still has the same "triple-action" formula created in 1894 by Asbury Park, N.J. resident George W. Cole as a result of an experiment to find a maintenance product for his bicycle--the primary mode of transportation at that time.

3-IN-ONE’s new delivery system, the Telescoping Spout features a modern adaptation of a nostalgic design. Reminiscent of an old-time oil can, the plastic bottle comes with a five-inch extendable spout designed to get at hard-to-reach places.

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