What is Jig-A-Loo?

Jig-A-Loo is unlike any other lubricant – it contains no oil, grease, wax, petroleum distillates or detergent and doesn’t stain, drip or stink. It stops squeaks, un-sticks just about anything, protects against rust, and is an exceptional water repellent. It is essential for hundreds of uses around the house, garage, workshop, garden, and sports locker. Jig-A-Loo is the all-around solution in a can.

Where can I use Jig-A-Loo?

Jig-A-Loo is a safe product for wood, glass, rubber, metal, leather, fabric, and most plastics. You can use it just about anywhere – at home, in your vehicle, in your workshop, on your sports and recreation equipment, RV or boat, and more.

Use it on windows, doors, machinery parts, sports equipment, latches and hinges, tools, and all moving parts.

For more places where you can use Jig-A-Loo, click here.

When should I use Jig-A-Loo?

All the time! It's the only thing you'll need to prevent squeaks on your door hinges, to make your windows slide better, to keep your tools from rusting, to help repel water on your shoes and boots and more.

Why should I use Jig-A-Loo?

Jig-A-Loo is a unique, invisible lubricant. It works instantly, it’s clean, and it doesn't stink, drip or stain. It's an all-around solution in a can!

What does the name Jig-A-Loo mean?

Like a lot of revolutionary products, Jig-A-Loo started with one person with a great idea. Fifty years ago, an enterprising Quebecer who had long been working on finding just the right formula for an all-around lubricant had his “ah-hah!” moment.  In his excitement, he yelled out a familiar French Canadian expression:  “Ti-gi-do!” which means "I've got it!"  The question was, what to call it.  Everyone involved wanted to celebrate the special moment so they came up with a phonetic version of the now-famous phrase. “Jig” is a variation on the first part of the expression that happens to include the notion of what we do when something sticks – we try to jiggle it.  And “Loo” is a reference to the product’s principal purpose as a lubricant. In Canada, the name is well known and the product is recognized for its consistent results and uncommon versatility. In a word, Jig-A-Loo has become a part of consumers’ everyday language.

The Jig-A-Loo brand name stands for one simple thing: a great, fun household product.

Can I use Jig-A-Loo on garments?

Yes, Jig-A-Loo does not stain. Have a stuck zipper on your white jeans or your wife's dress? Your kid's jacket? Or another piece of clothing? No problem. Just spray it with Jig-A-Loo for quick and clean results.

Is Jig-A-Loo safe on plastics?

Because of some ingredients in our product, some plastics may have a negative reaction to Jig-A-Loo. Please check by testing a small area on the surface before spraying the entire object.

How often should I use Jig-A-Loo?

It depends on which surface you spray it on.
For best results, apply Jig-A-Loo three times, allowing it to penetrate for 30 minutes after each application. Wipe off excess.

Where can I buy Jig-A-Loo?

Jig-A-Loo is available at many automotive, home improvement and hardware stores. Click here to find out where to buy.

If your store doesn't carry Jig-A-Loo, please ask them to stock it or Contact Us.

Can I use Jig-A-Loo at home?

Yes. Jig-A-Loo lubricates doors, windows, patio doors, shower doors, washer and dryer doors, drawers, locks, curtain rods, ventilation fans, window shutters, rocking chairs, zippers, hide-a-bed mechanisms, clotheslines, and more.

Jig-A-Loo is also an excellent water-repellent for your shoes, boots, suede and leather jackets, windbreakers, snowsuits, and other garments.

Can I use Jig-A-Loo on my vehicle?

Yes. Spray Jig-A-Loo on door seals, door locks, washer nozzles, and windshields to prevent them from freezing, or spray on hubcaps to prevent brake-dust residue buildup.

It also works to stop squeaks in trays and compartment doors, and lubricates seat adjustment rails, tire jacks, suspension arm bushings, and hand-operated window cranks. You can even use it to prevent rust on windshield wipers, lug nuts, screws, butterfly valves, and ball joints, and more.

Where else I can use Jig-A-Loo?

Click here to find out about lots more uses.

In your garage and workshop, it will prevent saw blades from dulling, make table saws slide more smoothly, prevent tools from rusting, and lubricate stubborn screws and bolts, tool box hinges, and slide rails on wet tile cutters.

Jig-A-Loo will prevent damage to outside pipes due to freezing and protect pool furniture, lawn mowers and chain saws during winter storage. Use it to lubricate snow blower and lawn mower wheels and parts, and prevent resin buildup on clippers, pruners and more.

It's perfect for your sports and recreation equipment too. Use it to lubricate zippers on golf bags, sleeping bags, tents, sports coats, wetsuits, parkas, and fishing reels. Use it on snaps on helmets, Swiss Army knives, ski and snowboard bindings, latches on musical instrument cases, hinges and wheels on table games, and sealed bearings on rollerblades and skateboards.

It also protects tackle boxes, silences squeaky oars on boats, helps repel water on garments, tents, shoes, and boots, and much more.

What if I need first aid?

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Where can I get Jig-A-World products’ MSDS?

Click on the product you wish to get the appropriate MSDS.