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I heard about how good this valve oil was from one of my school techs so i ordered some and it is simply amazing on valves not rotors. I only use blue juice on my marching mellophone and my jazz trumpet but i will never use it again on my french horn. It made all the gears under the caps stick. Its good stuff for trombones,euphonium, and trumpets but i wouldn't recommend using it on rotor tubas or french horns. Over all its really good stuff but only for certain instruments
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I've used this oil for ten years with no complaints. It works great in all weather conditions (lots of marching band, drum corps use) and doesn't require frequent reapplication as some other brand oils do.
It is a bit less viscous than some other brands, so apply a bit less than you'd expect to prevent valve drips.
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This is great long lasting oil. It keeps the valves lubricated for long periods of time so I would highly recommend this to trumpet players who are bad at oiling valves on a regular basis.
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