|Product Dimensions||3.81 x 8.89 x 20.32 cm; 257.98 Grams|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||35250|
|Item Weight||258 g|
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Fellowes Oil Shredder Bottle with Extended Nozzle, 355 ml
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- EXTEND YOUR SHREDDERS LIFE: Fellowes 355ml Shredder oil conditions the cutters to extend the life of your shredder
- MAINTAIN GOOD PERFORMANCE: If you use your shredder occasionally, then oiling your shredder may only be necessary every two months to maintain good performance. If you use your shredder a lot then Fellowes recommend you oil your cross cut shredder every time you empty the waste bin
- HOW TO APPLY: To oil your shredder, simply hold down the reverse button. Squeeze oil across the entire paper entry while holding down the button. Hold down the reverse button for another 10 seconds to ensure the lubrication has spread through the cutters
- WORKS WITH MICRO AND CROSS-CUT: For use with all brands of cross-cut and micro-cut shredders. 355ml plastic squeeze bottle with extended nozzle ensures complete coverage
- IMPORTANT: Do not use aerosol oils to lubricate your shredder. Such lubricants are petroleum-based and can be a serious fire hazard. Use only vegetable-based oils like Fellowes Shredder Oil for all cross-cut paper shredders
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How To Oil Your Shredder
- First press and hold down the reverse button
- Then place the oil bottle tip just above the paper entry and gently squeeze oil in two quick sweeps over the cutter
- Finish by running the shredder in reverse for another ten seconds
Fellowes Powershrred Performance Shrdder Oil
For cross-cut and micro-cut shredders
Fellowes Powershred Performance Oil. 12 ounce plastic squeeze bottle with extended nozzle ensures complete coverage. For Cross-Cut and Micro-Cut shredders.
Regularly oiling your Fellowes shredder maximises performance and extends shredder life.
It is recommend you oil your cross-cut shredder, each time you empty the waste basket, or at least twice a month. Your micro-cut shredder should be oiled more frequently; ideally after every 15 minutes of use.
- Cross-Cut Shredders - twice a month
- Micro-Cut shredders - every 15 minutes of use
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Several reviewers have commented on the oil being thin and running everywhere so here are two suggestions:
1] Cut the tip very careful right at the very end and cut in very fine increments down the nozzle until you get the smallest hole possible.
2] Do not remove the wad and discard it as you would expect. Leave it there and pierce it instead with a needle so you get a very small hole.
This will enable you to squeeze the bottle and get it out drip by drip. Works for me.
Hope this is helpful.
Secondly, you have to take off the screw on lid and get the seal off, which wasn't just a case of pulling it off - I had to poke a pair of scissors in the seal and cut it round. Then you have to cut a bit off the tip with a pair of scissors. Unfortunately, I clearly cut too much off so far too much oil poured out all over the top of my shredder:-/ I got round that by pouring a line of oil on a piece of paper and shredding that instead. But I will try and find another, smaller bottle for it, with a smaller hole in the spout.....
Looking at the ingredients it's just rapeseed oil which is available from your supermarket at a much much lower price. But the container and nozzle are just the right size for your shredder. So buy it once and refill as necessary, keeps the cost down and might keep your shredder lasting longer.
This bottle will last a long time and it's cheaper than the others. Perfect for a home office or small business. Comes in a handy rectangular bottle with a nozzle and a little cap that clicks on - a light machine oil in a handy applicator bottle is a useful thing anywhere and fits nicely on a shelf or in a drawer.
Fellowes oil was recommended in various reviews so I purchased some
Ordered using Prime same day and the oil was delivered that evening.
My shredder isn't a Fellowes and due to the design of the paper feed I was unable to apply direct through the feeding slot.
This wasn't a problem as you can also place oil between sheets of paper and oil your cutters this way. There are youtube viseos to show how to do it this way
Took a couple of minutes to carry this out and the shredder was back in action
By Mark on 27 December 2020
My old shredder packed up on me so I bought a better model shredder and read in the info that oiling should be part and parcel of using the shredder to make it last longer.
So now I oil the blades every time I empty the shredder.
Doing a bit of research on the internet suggested that you should take care with what oils you choose to use to lubricate because some oils are flammable.
So I choose a Fellows oil confidently because my shredder is by the same company; the bottle itself is large and it should last me for many years to come.
A word of caution would be to remove less of the nozzle tip than you think would be necessary as the oil is quite low viscous [runnier] and you could end up flooding the cutters which would be both messy and expensive.
It certainly seems to be keeping the blades cleaner of 'paper dust' and [perhaps] less jamming -- reversing and forwarding until clear -- but time only will tell if that translates into longer blade life and durability of the machine.