909Re: J-Lube as a size?
- Dec 23, 2001A quick search yielded this source. I question whether a dollar a
gallon for J-Lube size is going to beat carrageenan, though if it
lasts longer it may be worth it. Since J-Lube is 75% dextrose (a
sugar) I would expect it to spoil at room temperature. If you try
it, please let us know how it goes.
<<You can order it from a farm supply company called Nasco. The
company's becoming aware that their product is not just being used
for birthing calves these days, and are not yet sure how to react
officially to that, but the people are friendly and polite.
Free Phone Order Service Dial 1-800-558-9595
FAX Orders 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week
Order from the Address closest to you:
Nasco - Fort Atkinson
901 Janesville Ave.
PO Box 901
Fort Atkinson, WI 53538-0901
Phone: (920) 563-2446
Fax: (920) 563-8296
Nasco - Modesto
4825 Stoddard Road
PO Box 3837
Modesto, CA 95352-3837
Fax: (209) 545-1669
Nasco Catalog description of J-Lube:
"A versatile, concentrated hand lubricant. Stir into water to form a
mild, nonirritating lubricant great for obstetrical and palpating
purposes. Ingredients: 25% polyethylene polymer and 75% dispersing
agent [dextrose]. One 10 ounce plastic bottle with shaker top makes 6
to 8 gallons of lubricant. Shipping weight 13 oz. Order number is
CO8175N. Each: $9.00">>
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