Silicone Spray

Silicone spray to lubricate and protect plastic or rubber parts.Product characteristics: Prevents creaking and squeaking. Prevents freezing and drying out. Water-repellant. Outstanding mechanical and thermal stability. Not for sale to persons under the age of 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are age over. This item must be used responsibly and appropriately.

WRX Silicone Spray: Lubricate and Protect Plastic and Rubber Parts

About the
Silicone Spray

WRX Silicone Spray is a high-quality lubricant designed to protect plastic and rubber parts, preventing creaking, squeaking, freezing, and drying out. It offers excellent adhesion, water repellency, and mechanical and thermal stability, making it ideal for door rubbers, dashboards, bumpers, and more.

With a directed jet spray, it resists weather influences, weak acids, and bases. Available in a 400 ml transparent spray, it operates effectively between -50°C to +200°C. Use responsibly, ensuring the aerosol is at room temperature and shaken before application.


Door rubbers
Creaking plastic parts
Sunshine roofs
Rails (caravan, blinds)
Sliding doors
Saw blades
Remove agents for moulds

Excellent adhesion


Prevents freezing and drying out of rubber parts

Prevents creaking and squeaking of plastic parts

Outstanding mechanical and thermal stability

Resistant to weather influences

Resistant to weak acids and bases

Directed jetspray

Contents : 400 ml
Basis : Polydimethylsiloxaan
Scent : Characteristic
Relative density at 20°C : 0,72 g/ml
Vapour pressure at 20°C : 3 to 4 bar
Refractive Index at 25°C : 1,403
Disruptive strength : 14 kv/mm at a temperature of 20°C
Resistance : 4 x 1015 Ohm/cm
Temperature resistant : -50°C to +200°C
pH-value : Neutral
VOC-content : Approximately 88% w/w
Colour : Transparent

Before use, carefully read the directions on the packaging and act accordingly.
The aerosol should have room temperature.
Best processing temperature 5 to 30°C.
Before use, shake the aerosol.
Apply silicone spray in a thin layer. Optimum lubrication is obtained after evaporation of the solvent (approximately 1 minute).