• All Molding Processes
  • All Rubber Parts
  • Anti-Stick Coating
  • Compression Molding
  • Injection Molding
  • Mold Protective Coating
  • Transfer Molding


  • ECO
  • Fluoroelastomers
  • CPE
  • Neoprene
  • EPDM
  • Organic Rubber Compounds
  • Butyl
  • Polyurethanes
  • Polyisoprene
  • Peroxide Cured Compounds
  • Nitrile


  • Solvent Based
  • All purpose mold release coating
  • Can be used up to 550°F
  • Contains no oil grease stearates waxes or silicone oil
  • Gives multiple releases per application
  • Keeps molds cleaner longer
  • Leads to increased productivity and reduced scrap rate
  • Non-oily film
  • Outstanding thermal and chemical stability
  • Protects molds against corrosion during storage
  • Requires no curing step
  • Will not cause knit lines on molded rubber parts
  • Will not interfere with post finishing operations
  • Will not transfer

McLube 1725L - Mold Release Agent & Protective Coating


McLube 1725L is a solvent-based PTFE dispersion with excellent anti-stick/ release properties. The product will work well on metallic and nonmetallic molds at temperatures up to 550°F. McLube 1725L will protect molds in storage from corrosion. This product is particularly useful for reducing buildup of resins, inks, and adhesives.

Technical Data:

  • Color and appearance - White, translucent dispersion
  • Dispersing medium - Solvent blend - heptane, ethanol, butyl acetate
  • Specific gravity - 0.78
  • Weight per gallon (lbs.) - 6.5

Application Method:

    Apply the release agent to a dry mold free of previous release coatings, waxes and oils. We recommend using a solvent cleaner to prep the mold for application. Do not dilute the product. Mix the release coating well before use and periodically during application. Any conventional method can be used for application - spraying, dipping, wiping or brushing. On a fresh mold, a thin, even coating should be applied, followed by a second coat once the solvent has evaporated. Apply the release agent every cycle for the first few cycles. Once the mold has been conditioned, you will get multiple releases per cycle; your specific process and materials will determine when you must reapply. McLube 1725L is also a protective coating that should be applied to a clean mold before storage. Two coats are suggested. When the mold is taken from storage, it can be returned to the press without cleaning, although wiping with a soft cloth is suggested.

    For use as an anti-stick coating for process equipment, the rate of application will vary with operating conditions and the materials being processed. More frequent reapplication is generally required at start-up.

Safety and Handling:

    Review the Safety Data Sheet before use. 1725L is flammable and should be kept away from heat, sparks and flames. Use only with adequate ventilation in enclosed areas. The active ingredient is essentially nontoxic but temperatures above 550°F may cause formation of harmful substances. Smoking should not be permitted while using McLube 1725L and contamination of tobacco products should be avoided. Always wear the appropriate safety equipment when handling 1725L.


12 oz. aerosol, 1G, 5G pail, 55G drum


For expert technical assistance in selecting the optimum product to meet your specific requirements and to be convinced of the benefits of McLube lubricant coatings, we recommend you evaluate the appropriate product under your specific conditions. Samples and technical assistance are available, as well as custom formulations that suggest themselves for a specific application.