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Quantum Hot Sauce Reel Oil

   

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Quantum®'s special low-viscosity Hot Sauce™ Reel Oil formulation provides enhanced spool acceleration, increasing spool speed by up to 30% on the cast. The super-slick Hot Sauce Reel Oil forms a permanent molecular bond with internal metal parts that will never wear off, ensuring a lifetime of smooth, trouble-free performance. Plus, the versatility of Hot Sauce makes it well suited for all freshwater and saltwater applications regardless of style or brand of reel.

  • Enhances spool acceleration
  • Increases spool speed
  • Forms a permanent molecular bond
Quantum® Hot Sauce™ Reel Oil 4.8 5 61 61
Greatest oil and grease I have used this oil and also the grease on many fishing reels. It is so good I bought extra and now when something around the shop or house needs oil or grease I use this on it. Best stuff I ever saw. Well worth the price!!!!! August 22, 2012
Good purchase Great reel oil. Increase casting distance. Very satisfied with the purchase. July 11, 2012
Hot Sauce This oil does perform well although I can't tell a major difference between it and other higher quality oils I have used. I had a problem with the color bleeding out and staining one of my white colored reels but I have not had this happen with any of my other reels. It's also rather expensive too but I like it and will continue to use it on my reels. July 7, 2012
two thumbs up Great lube. It's a little pricey but a little be goes a long way. I will buy this product again when I run out. October 9, 2011
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Greeeat ! No problem does not slow down at all
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The exact same as in warm weather. The viscosity of the oil will not change due to temperature.
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excellent, no performance hits for me at all on my baitcasters!
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I give it an A++ in cold weather as well as hot. I have used it in Alaska fishing for Salmon and in the Keys for Bonefish. It is tough stuff even in salt water which is where I mainly fish.
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I was looking at the Hot Sauce Oil & Hot Sauce Grease. I was wondering which one to use, and where to use it. Thanks.
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I use the grease on the gears and the oil on everything else that moves. Use it spareingly,it only takes a very little bit to improve smothness of reels.this is so good I use it in the shop and around the house on just about everything!!!
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Grease goes on your drive gear and clutch gear. The oil goes on your bearings and worm gear. I suggest soaking your bearings in acetone or goof off (lighter fluid) to remove any existing oil/grease that is on them. This way you don't have a higher viscosity lubricant hindering the performance of this lower viscosity oil.
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use them both, the oil should be reserved for your bearings and the grease should be applied to the gears, but not too much no need to gunk it up..a little hot sauce goes a long way
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You can put the oil on each end of the spool's axle, on the bearings and on anything that moves that looks like it would need lubricating EXCEPT the drag washers and put the grease on the worm gear that moves line guide and on the main gears "IF" you want to go that far, but use only a drop or two of the oil, because you can "overlube" it.
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hot sauce oil is better for bearing surfaces and spool shafts and the grease is better for gears and clutches.
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Use the grease for the gears and oil for the bearings. I wrote better directions on the grease Q&A. Check it out.
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Use the oil for all the bearings, the handle knobs, an the level wind shaft.

The grease is for the gearings.
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Do you put this just on the spool?
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On level wind guide and shield. On all bearings. On clutch/Pinion slide release. Handle pins. Metal to metal parts
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put it on your spool bearings and worm gear. I soak my bearings in a solvent such as acetone or Goof Off (lighter fluid) for a few hours then allow them to air dry before applying Hot Sauce. This removes any factory oil/grease which is most likely going to have a higher viscosity than Hot Sauce, defeating the purpose of using it. Apply a couple drops of Hot Sauce on your bearing rings, but don't put too much.
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I put it on the spool shafts and the bearings.
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You mainly want to put the oil on the bearings. One drop per bearing will be more than enough.
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u put it in the inter workings of any reel the gears and and rotors with simple work it is worth it
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