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Same excellent lubrication capabilities as BiNaK 495, with a slightly lighter viscosity.

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  1. Tried EVERYTHING!

    Posted by Tim Clark on Feb 1st 2016

    I've been playing the trumpet since 1970. My experience with lubricants began in 1980 when I was given the job of testing the ball-bearings in the momentum wheel assembly for NASA in exo-atmospheric conditions. Binak is the real thing. I've tried any number of lubricants for my horn. Nothing comes close to Binak. I play all sorts of gigs as a "part-timer" (I'm actually a physicist/engineer by degree), so I rely on Binak to make sure that the valves and slides work when I need them...outstanding stuff...Make sure the valves and slides are clean before you apply.

  2. I different kind of oil

    Posted by Brenda Morley on Dec 8th 2015

    I have been having trouble with my trumpet valves sticking. I just have been fed up with always oiling and not being satisfied with the result. I had tried BiNaK before, but I think that I had not given it the right effort for success. So, I tried BiNaK again. I am very happy with the result. I have not oiled my valves again for days. At first, they seemed a little slower, although very smooth. They are now faster; and reading the instructions, I realize that if you follow them well, you have success. I cleaned my horn well so that there was no residue of other oil in the horn and I used BiNaK as recommended. I will now wipe my valves and casings and re-apply for the smoothest result. I believe this is the best product I have used.

  3. The Gold Standard of Oils

    Posted by Nick Mondello on Sep 16th 2015

    BiNak has solved a vexing sticky valve issue on a number of my horns. It is indeed everything and more than advertised!

  4. Binak solves my problems

    Posted by Tom on Aug 27th 2015

    For a number of years I have struggled with my valves sticking in warm environments (playing outside in warm weather or on a hot stage). Frequent cleaning and oiling have never completely solved the problem. Having the valves lapped did not remediate the problem. I used Binak Pro as directed by the enclosed instruction sheet and haven't had any recurrences. Wish I knew about Binak years ago. Great product.

  5. The best trumpet valve oil there is.

    Posted by Stephen Misson on Aug 25th 2015

    I have been using Binak 365 for years; I won it in a competition! That small bottle is now nearing the end so I needed another and decided to try the pro instead. It only arrived in the UK today so I have not had the chance to try it but I am convinced it will be as good f not better than the 365. It is extremely economical needing only two or three drops per valve, that's why the last bottle has kept me going for at least ten years. The new bottle seems to be twice the size so I expect I will have passed away before I see the bottom of the bottle.
    My only gripe is that I was charged more than twice the actual cost of the postage to the UK - but considering it will last many many years that doesn't really matter.

  6. Ideal for revitalising older instruments

    Posted by Unknown on Jul 27th 2015

    For various reasons I've been "revitalising" some older horns that were not used for a number of years. The biggest challenge almost always is to get the valves into good shape. As Binak was advertised to "work to the bare metal" I decided to give it a try and it worked: using Binak and simply starting to play the horns worked miracles: the brownish oxidation came slowly of and after some time the valves worked like a charm again. Of course in the beginning re-applying at a regular basis was required but after some time this normalised.
    To summarise: Great stuff!

  7. Looking forward to Binak Pro!

    Posted by Alex on May 21st 2015

    I have a bottle of Binak that I ordered in the 90's--it's still less than an 1/8th of the way down. This stuff lasts forever!! I haven't used it all that much because even though it lasts, it doesn't seem quite as fast as other valve oils I used. Anyways, just ordered a bottle of Binak Pro, which is supposed to be faster than the regular Binak. I'm looking forward to trying this out and using it more regularly on my Schilke trumpet. Thanks very much!

  8. Excellent

    Posted by David on Apr 10th 2015

    Top shelf product, timely service.

  9. Best Valve Oil Ever!

    Posted by Chris Krueger on Mar 6th 2015

    Have used Nanette's Binak oil since it was shown at the Midwest Band Clinic in Chicago or the IAJE in New York City, many years ago. I can't remember which.
    I was an active duty Marine Corps musician at the time and have used it exclusively since it first came out. I have been playing professionally for over 37 years and it is the best of the best. It is the only oil I have ever needed to use only once or twice a WEEK, on my valves, and a bottle lasts for about 6 months or so.
    This is with a full time performance schedule in the Marine Corps and a pretty busy music schedule currently. I feel guilty that the price of this superb oil is so fairly priced, lasts longer than a CASE of whatever oil anyone else uses, and when used properly, works in any temperature and playing situation. Worth double or more of the price it is available for and worth it. I currently perform in Louisiana and Mississippi, indoors and out throughout the year-even in the heat and humidity of Summer. I do not receive any compensation for this endorsement!
    Chris Krueger (Trumpet, Flugel, Cornet, Vocals, Conductor)
    Master Sergeant USMC Retired
    Member of the Dominos Band Hammond Louisiana
    Member of the Mississippi Coast Stompers

  10. it works for me

    Posted by thomas mueller on Feb 21st 2015

    it's a great lubricant; been using it for years now.
    Thanks Nanette

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