Unboxed and Oily? Here's the Lowdown! - BOEN

Unboxed and Oily? Here's the Lowdown!

Noticed oil on your boentools set? That's why it exists! 👨‍🔧

If you have just unpacked the latest product you purchased from our boentools store and noticed a thin layer of oil on the socket, you may be wondering what it is for. Well, we’ve got you covered! 

The oil stains on the new tools are entirely intentional. It is the anti-rust oil we use to protect our products during storage and transportation. This layer acts as a barrier against moisture and oxidation, ensuring your tools arrive at your door in pristine condition and ready for use.

However, there is a caveat! Oil may make the socket a little slippery:

⚠️ Handle with care: Please be careful when using the tool for the first time as the oil can make the handle a little slippery.

🛑Cleaning Tips: If you want to remove oil stains before use, simply wipe the tool with a clean, dry cloth.

🛑 Safety First: Always make sure your hands are dry when handling tools to maintain a safe and secure grip.

Additionally, to ensure your tools stay in tip-top shape.

⚠️here are some maintenance tips:

🛑Regular inspection: Regularly check the tools for damage or wear to ensure safety and efficiency during use.

🛑Dry storage: After use, tools should be wiped clean and stored in a dry environment to avoid rust.

🛑Avoid heavy drops: When using or storing tools, avoid heavy drops or collisions to avoid damage.

🛑Lubrication and maintenance: For moving parts, such as the adjustment screw of the wrench, lubricating oil can be added regularly to keep it running smoothly.

We care about the longevity of your tools, and this extra step is just a small part of our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction.

Happy crafting! 💪

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