- 5ml in a screw capped tube with washer
- Enough for ~500 switches
- Moderate thickness lubricant, equivalent to triboysis 3204
- Perfect for linear switches and stabilizers
- Works well on POM switches such as Novelkeys cream
Christo lube MCG-129 is perfect for linear switches and is considered to be the equivalent of the well-known krytox 205g0.
It gives the widely popular “buttery” feel due to its high viscosity and is the keystone in reaching the end-game level of typing experience for linear switches.
This is probably the best lubricant for stabilizers as it has top tier durability and consistency. When applied correctly, MCG-129 will give you the most refined stabilizers for your keyboard.
Take apart your switch with a switch opener, or a flat head screwdriver.
Remove the spring and the stem, and apply a thin layer or lube to the switch sliders using a size 00 paint brush.
Gently tap on both ends of the spring with your paint brush with lube. A tiny amount of lube would be enough to eliminate pinging noises. Excessive amount of lube here does not show any benefits.
Apply a thin layer of lube to the 4 contact sides of the stem.
Put the switch back together and test the switch.
Repeat steps 1-5 until you are satisfied with the smoothness.