Professional Automotive Testimonials

I use Free All everyday as a mechanic for a power equipment company. Free All saves me so much time and allows me to provide the best service in return. I am so thankful a salesperson introduced me to this product!

— Jacob Bryant

All of our techs like it [sic]…it works great!

— Crane’s Auto Service, Honeoye Falls, New York

I used it on some rusty bleeder screws on brakes, and it was the only thing that worked! It is a phenomenal product.

— Joe, Monroe Muffler, Buffalo, New York

That stuff is awesome, it really works!

— Monroe Muffler Shop, Fairport, New York

It worked and worked and worked. We used it on everything; screw heads, overhead doors - the can is empty.

— Ray, Monroe Muffler, Rochester, New York

I am employed by a new car multi-line dealer as a parts person. Over the past 25 years, I've seen and used many rust penetrating chemicals. This product works the first time; there is no wasted time in applying additional applications.

— Gary Schau, Buffalo, New York

I used a 1992 Dodge 350 Ram 4x4 - dragged out of the weeds after more than three years - it was a good test!! I sprayed the bleeders on the calipers and drums [with Free All] and they broke freely with almost no effort at all!!! I absolutely recommend it.

— Dale Watson, Addison, New York

The BEST penetrating oil I’ve used in the 37 years I’ve been in business!

— Glenn York, Glenn York Auto Repair, Sidney, OH

Free All made a believer out of me! One of my maintenance mechanics brought me a shaft with a sheave he could not get off - he broke a bearing puller while trying. We sprayed Free All on the sheave and shaft and went to lunch, joking that if this stuff were any good we shouldn’t even need a puller to get it off. When we got back, I put my hands around the sheave and pulled it right off! I have used several different penetrants in the past, but nothing seems to compare with Free All.

— Bob Imgrund, Maintenance Supervisor, Acrometal Company, Inc

While working at a Sears store we had an air handler that had a fan shaft go bad on a very large cast iron squirrel cage fan that had been in service for over 20 years. After two cans of WD-40 and 3 hours of work, we couldn't get the shaft to budge. The next morning, I sprayed some Free All in the hub holes, smacked a board against the shaft end 3 times, and that shaft went flying through the fan hub and out the other side. My partner just looked at me and asked if I had bought a can of Free All for him, too. It’s all I keep on my truck.

— Greg Kazian, Greenville, South Carolina Acrometal Company, Inc.