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Lubricant
Lubricant
Lubricant
Lubricant
Lubricant
Lubricant

Lubricant

Regular price $15.00

Lube your keyboard switches to bring out their best qualities! TKC is offering the following lubricants in quantities of (approx) 5ml:

  • Krytox 205g0
  • Krytox 105g0 (restocking soon)
  • Krytox 106g0 (sold out)
  • TriboSys 3203
  • TriboSys 3204

About switch lubing

Lubing your switches results in smoother switches, a deeper "thockier" sound profile, and more consistent key presses. There are a lot of options for lubing, and everyone has their own preference for how they like their switches to feel and sound.

💡 Read our Switch Lubes - The Basics article, written by guest contributor Ashkeebs. It covers what lubing your switches does, the different kinds of lubricants available, and other factors to consider.

▶️ Watch a video tutorial by Alexotos on how to lube your switches.

Which lube should you get?

Here's a brief comparison of four of the options:

Krytox 205g0

  • Viscosity: high
  • General usage: bottom housing, spring, stem
  • Intended effect: buttery smooth press, deeper acoustic, reducing tactility
  • Recommended for: linears, tactiles (high-tactility), silent switches.
  • 👉 Highly effective for lubing stabilizers

Krytox 105g0

  • Viscosity: low
  • General usage: spring (common) / bottom housing & stem (uncommon)
  • Intended effect: reduce spring ping and very slight reduction on friction
  • Recommended for: springs, linears

TriboSys 3203

  • Viscosity: medium
  • General usage: bottom housing, spring, stem
  • Intended effect: reducing some friction while retaining acoustic and tactility
  • Recommended for: tactiles

TriboSys 3204

  • Viscosity: medium-high
  • General usage: bottom housing, spring, stem
  • Intended effect: smooth press, retaining acoustic and tactility
  • Recommended for: linears, tactiles, silent switches

Breakdown and recommendations by Ashkeebs. Learn more in his intro article on Switch Lubes.