INOX MX3 Lubricant


Displaces, Penetrates, Lubricates & Protects

MX3 Inox Lubricant Group Photo

The only lubricant in the world with the special MX3 anti-corrosion, anti-moisture formula for the twenty – first century.

Available Sizes
60ml Needle Injector, 100 & 300g Aerosol, 125ml Pump Pack (unpressurized), 750ml Spray bottle (unpressurized), 5, 20 & 205 Litre Containers. A 500ml spray applicator comes with each 5 & 20 litre and 6 applicators with the 205 litre. Screw in tap is supplied with each 20 litre container.

Over the years INOX MX3 has become known as the “Supreme Lubricant” and the go to product when the highest of quality is needed. The special MX3 anti-corrosion, anti-moisture formula is now sought after all around the globe making it one of the leading lubricants in the world today.

These qualities make it safe for almost every market out there including: Automotive, aviation, commercial, domestic, electrical & electronics, engineering, farming & mining, firearms, fishing, hobbies, manufacturing, marine, motorcycles, sports and transport.

Why MX3 ?

  • Displaces, penetrates, lubricates and protects.
  • INOX-mx3 contains no silicon, acid, kerosene or dieselene.
  • INOX-mx3 will not harm metal points or surfaces, plastics, paints, enamels, fibreglass, formica or neoprene seals
  • INOX-mx3 doesn’t dry out, gum up, become gooey or sticky or wash off with water.
  • INOX-mx3 is non-conductive, non-static, non-toxic, non-corrosive and non-staining.

Caution: INOX may effect some natural rubber products with continual long term use.

 The INOX Finger Test

This is a very simple test you can use to show the quality and durability of INOX Lubricant. On the first finger of one hand, spray a good quality dewatering fluid, and rub the finger and thumb together vigorously. On the first finger of your other hand, spray INOX. Rub the finger and thumb together the same way. After about 20/30 seconds, the finger that has been sprayed with the other product will begin to lose its lubricating ability, whereas the finger that has been sprayed with INOX will continue to stay wet and slippery.


  1. Have been using mx3 to help free stuck valves in automatic transmission valvebodies
    Works great

    • customer service Ashley says:

      Hi Aaron,

      Thanks for the feedback, we love hearing where you use the INOX products and its great to see you’re getting positive results .

      Thanks again.

      Regards – INOX Team

  2. Well shaken, most pleased to discover than INOX MX3 has significantly reduced the visibility of unsightly water staining on a shower screen in a rental property (tenant had been there 5 years). Nice!

  3. Hi,

    Have you had any feedback about whether MX3 the best product for use on Slot cars?

    Thank you

  4. Benson Or says:

    HI there,

    I am a radio yacht sailor having problem with the electronic and wire contacts being corroded by marine (salt) water. Can Inox mx3 help??

    • customer service Ashley says:

      Hi Benson,

      INOX MX3 is perfect for this application and we have had a bunch of positive feedback in regards to the same problem.

      Regards – INOX Team

  5. Just cleaned my SIG P226 after a day at the range with Inox and I am astounded how quickly it broke up heavy carbon deposits. Simply an excellent poroduct!!

    • customer service Ashley says:

      Hi Jeff,

      Thanks for the positive feedback, we love hearing customers stories of how our products have helped them.

      Regards – INOX Team

  6. Can paint be applied over MX3

    • customer service Ashley says:

      Hi Ken,

      Thanks for the enquiry.

      Yes you can paint over MX3 however, you will need to use an oil based paint and it is recommended that you wipe off any excess of the INOX beforehand.

      Regards – INOX Team

  7. Paul Johnston says:

    I have been testing Inox as an oil flush. I first tried it in my 20 year old mower that has been getting very smoky. I assumed that it probably needed new rings, but then I thought maybe the rings are just gummed up and stuck. So I added about 30-40ml of mx3 to the oil and then let my mower idle for 10 minutes or so. I then drained the oil and replaced it. I’m happy to say that the mower runs clean again. I can only assume the rings have freed up or maybe the engine just needed a good flush out. Either way it worked.
    So next I tried it in my diesel Patrol. I did this a little differently. First I drained the oil, and replaced it with some cheap oil (only used about 5l instead of the usual 8), and then added 200ml or so of mx3. Then I just let the engine idle for about half an hour. Once cool enough I drained the oil again. It came out black and ugly and thick. Then I replaced the filter and oil. I checked the oil a week later and it still looks completely clean, like new oil does, so I would say the Mx3 did a great job of cleaning all the muck out of the Patrol as well, hopefully loosening up all the rings etc as well. So I have to say I am pretty impressed with the cleaning abilities of the mx3. I used this oil, rather than wd40 etc as it has the better lubricating properties and I didn’t want to risk damaging bearings etc by using something that is not as good a lubricant.

    Thanks Inox. Great product.

    • customer service Ashley says:

      Hi Paul,

      This is awesome! Definitely an application we haven’t had feedback on before!

      Thanks a bunch Paul!

      Regards – INOX Team

  8. It’s Australian owned and made… And it’s THE BEST!
    I still don’t understand why people choose to use anything else.
    Thanks for an awesome product/range of products.

    • customer service Ashley says:

      Hi Aaron,

      Thanks for the support and the positive feedback!

      Aussie, Aussie, Aussie!!

      Regards – INOX Team

  9. Jean Payne says:

    Hello, I have been trying for some years to free up the buttonhole lever on my Bernina 730 sewing machine. Today I tried spraying with Inox and heating with a hairdryer. Eureka! After about one hour soaking in Inox and a good heating with the dryer, I now have a good-as-new buttonholer. Thank you for a useful and efficient product.


  10. Matt Doolan says:

    Hi – I have many commercial weight machines – large weight stacks that run on stainless steel guide rods. Have tried a few diff products over years. Will give your mx3 a try – just wondering if there was one of your other products that may be better for this particular application? or is the mx3 the right one?

    • customer service Ashley says:

      Hi Matt,

      Thanks for the enquiry!

      I would recommend the INOX MX5 Plus, this contains PTFE and is excellent in high loads applications, it has no odour and is food grade!

      I hope this helps.

      Regards – INOX Team

  11. Trevor parham says:

    How do I clean the product off my concrete once applied to my trailor ?

    • customer service Ashley says:

      Hi Trevor,

      We find that a warm or hot soapy water and a light scrub will remove any unwanted product from the concrete, if its been there for a while you may need to pressure wash the area also.

      Regards – INOX Team.

  12. I have been using WD & RP products for the last 25 years, I needed something for domestic use & rubber products without a strong odour so I thought I would try INOX mx3. I was totally blown away when I used it on a squeaking window track that WD didn’t work for very long, had an almost immediate effect, no more squeak even after weeks of use, I was so impressed I starting squirting it on everything that moved, I am considering keeping a can of it next to my bed & replace the jar of vaseline 🙂 but seriously it’s the best product of it’s kind. Thanks Guys for such a TOP product

    • Customer Service says:

      Hi Dwayne,

      What a waste of the last 25 years! (joking)

      Its great to hear that you are happy with our INOX MX3, we pride ourselves here on quality and love to hear positive feedback.

      Regards – INOX Team

  13. nick broncatello says:

    I have inox 125 mls purchased in florida US I have moved to new market east Tennessee can not find it help

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