Penetrating Oil helps free corroded fasteners.

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Free All® Deep Penetrating Oil features silicone-free formula that quickly dissolves rust and corrosion, eliminating need for torching, drilling, hammering, and chiseling to free virtually any frozen fastener or part. Suitable for auto, home, and marine uses, Free All will not damage painted surfaces, and is available in 12-, 6-, and 2-ounce spray cans and ½ oz single-use bottles.

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Free Corroded Parts Faster and Easier with Revolutionary Free All® Rust-Eating Penetrant

New Penetrating Oil Outperforms PB B'laster In Independent Tests; Now Available for Auto, Home, Marine Uses

CLEVELAND, OH, May 13, 2005 - Automotive enthusiasts and do-it-yourselfers can now rely on a rust-eating penetrant that significantly outperforms PB B'laster in freeing corroded fasteners and other parts.

New Free All® Deep Penetrating Oil, now available through selected auto parts stores, features a patented, silicone-free formula that quickly and easily dissolves rust and corrosion, thereby removing the need for torching, drilling or hammering and chiseling to free virtually any frozen fastener or part. Recent independent testing showed that Free All removed corroded bolts four times more efficiently than those treated with PB B'laster. And unlike competing formulas, Free All won't damage painted surfaces.

"Free All is a tool that belongs in every do-it-yourselfer's workshop and toolbox," said Marc Spector, automotive products manager for Federal Process Corporation. "From corroded automotive fasteners to any frozen part in or around the home, Free All gets the job done faster and easier."

Free All is offered in several convenient sizes, including 12-, 6- and 2-ounce spray cans and 1/2-ounce single-use bottles. For additional information on Free All and other leading DIY products from Federal-Process Corporation, please visit, or call 800-660-6140.

Free All Deep Penetrating Oil is manufactured and marketed by Federal Process Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Since 1915, Federal Process has leveraged its chemical expertise and experience within key markets to help enhance user productivity.

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