Hi! every one.
I have been asked to write this info on what is Brownpolymer but it
should be called tan.
about 13 yrs ago My new girl friend and I got this idea to be a
crafter at a ren fair. most all the trades had been taken so I
I would do metal spinning. I could not do it period. the metal galled
to the forming bar, So I looked for a better lubricate. Research old
books from the 14 century I found a formula for a compound but the
change over from old English in the conversion I goofed and used
different compounds then what was stated. It created Brownpolymer but
was different. It was hard not soft like it is now, but I was able to
Spin copper And Aluminum.
Now I had to do clean up. I used my girl friends blender to mix the
compound and when I went to clean it up I found it would not wash
out with any solvent that I had. Even water had no effect. The parts
I made I was unable to clear paint as I could not removes this stuff.
The only people I found it to like it was where a rubbing action or
bearing surface needed a lube.
in 2004 A friend ask me to do a car show for him with 2 weeks to
prepare. I made some of this compound and put it in tins named old
timer Grease. The first 5 minutes I sold out to people that was using
on their polished parts on there motors. What they liked was that
Gasoline had no effect on the aluminum and it kept it shine.
Then I went to S.U. in Syracuse and it was tested with as many
solvents that we thought would liquefy it. that's when it was found
be a polymer and was not in any books for the compound that I used.
So I asked what to call it and there responds was call it anything
you want. So my name is Brown and its a polymer so Brownpolymer was
started. Further testing by University of New Mexico did test and
found that the grease or polymer was equal to the best grease made
the compound where safe, But they requested that I get further
testing and certification for the bearing market. which was about
55,000 dollars. Then we had a marine biologists he put some on a
block of steel and placed it in our Lake Ontario which is full of
Zebra mussel that can stick to anything you don't want. For 9 months
they didn't cling to it which worried me. So I found a toxicity lab
and we did a test and found it was not Toxic is was they could not
adhere to the surface.
Further testing I found that turpentine dissolved the compound and
it was able to remove it from a surface and conventional cleaner
would remove the turpentine.
So we been giving the polymer to different testers of different uses
and needs the results aRe:
We found that we put on silver conches on saddles it didn't tarnish
after one year of application with daily use on the horse.
Turning Tool steel with, To high of speed and slight dull bit was
applied to the turning. Chips went from red-blue to white and no
tearing, smooth cuts. We found easy to tap, saw cutting, burring and
punching. For drilling or machining gold or silver it has been found
to be the best found.
testing on bare steel with salt water in the air 2 weeks the steel
didn't rust. it's been tested on silver, Copper, Brass, Aluminum with
no sign of tarnishing
We tested on brass and was put in a tank of solution to bright
brass, to remove the scale on the brass with no effect the brass
didn't change color.
We polished aluminum and coated with the polymer and poured battery
acid on the aluminum with no effect. The acid just puddled and ran
We found That I could be put on ceramic, tile, glass, and porcelain
that soap scum would not stay on or build up
We found that lock smiths its a great lube for the bolts on safes
with out sticking or gumming up the tumblers.
We found that when rubbed on a surface it will clean and remove
tarnish and leaves a corrosion preventing film.
This Product we found is
Its a cleaner
Its a polish
Its a Lube
Its a Grease
Its a tarnish Prevention
One of the Professor described the way the polymer works. That the
platelets of carbon when rubbed lay down and forms a shield. that
repels water and dirt. We found that the polymer has the same
Ionization as water and dirt has. So it repels just like two magnets
do. It does stop air but water doesn't like to be near it.