"Never used this product before, did what it said on the can, made pushing soil pipe together a lot easier. More importantly when I had to change a few joints they came apart without a problem and did not damage the rubber seal.
Thought was a bit expensive but made the job easier so worth the money in the end."
"I used this at home replacing some collapsed drains. Previously, a neighbour who is a builder helped me replace some drains - using washing up liquid as lubricant. We struggled between us to get a good fit on the joints! This time I used silicone spay and fitted joints on my own without any effort - simples!"
"I have been using silicone spray for years and I would NEVER be without it. I totally agree with all the recommended uses. Others are spraying round doors and windows after painting to prevent sticking, AND it is suitable for lubricating aluminium parts without getting an oily black residue, (I first used it on ambulance trolleys!)"
"This product is one of those solutions looking for a problem! So far I've used it to spray onto car door seals to prevent them from sticking during a frost, drawer sides to stop them sticking, sliding door tracks, shower curtain rods, as a mould release agent when making candles, to stop plastic threads from sticking, to stop clicker waste plugs from sticking...The list goes on and on! I should start a forum for uses of FloPlast Silicone Spray! Oh, and it also prevents sticking of rubber & plastic parts, such as push-fit waste pipes."
"I have an elderly motorhome, and the toilet has a vital blade that needs to go back & forth. It has been getting more difficult to operate. Eventually I read the instructions, which advised using a silicon spray as a lubricant. The Flo-Plast is a silicon spray, and it works. So the can stays in the toolkit, and will get used in other un-sticking situations. Price is good, at about half the opposition. As it is not a recommended use and the long term effect isn't known I give 4 stars. Come back in a year, and it could be 5."
"I was disapointed with this product. It was hard to direct it only onto the component you wanted to lubricate. As a result at least 50% of it went into your lungs, paintwork, windows etc. It would be so much better both for the environment and for people, to use either a non aerosol liquid or preferably silicone grease, both of which are available."