Customs: Best lubricant to use on TF joints?

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  1. reluttr

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    I need to know what lubricant works best with plastic, more especially TF joints.

    I would prefer the option that is least likely to permanently damage the plastic :D 
     
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    Well, that would be leakin' lubricants of course!

    But seriously, lubricants? For loosening joints or something?
    Usually we just sand the joints down or something. If an old joint is too tight it's probably a good idea to wash it though.
     
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    WD-40. A pin head drop will do the trick.
     
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    well see my problem is with MP-01, the hydrolic that is in the front part of his arm prevents it from closing completely for transformation. I discovered that the hydrolic has a track it should follow when bending, but for some reason my likes to stick in place. So I figured a little bit of lubrication would help it move XD
     

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