When I first bought my new oil seal for the first time, I thought it would be an easy task.
I would just put it on my clothes and I would seal them, seal them until the oil was gone, seal again until it was.
After the first few hours, I was a bit disappointed.
Then I got the oil seal on, and it was much more reliable and easier to use.
Now I find myself getting it on, even if I’m wearing clothes that don’t seal well.
And now, when I find a oil seal in a store, I’ll often leave it there in case the next time I want to use it, I can just grab it and seal it.
If I’m buying a new oil container, I like to buy a brand-new one every time I go to the store.
That way, when the next oil seal arrives, I know I have a brand new one ready to go.
But even with the sealer on, the sealant can still stick to the seal, so the seal needs to be cleaned up after each use.
The solution to the oil sealing problem I came up with is called a chonki seal, and I think it works well for a variety of uses.
But I wanted to find out what exactly it is, so I did some digging.
Here are some of the features of a chona seal: Chona seal is made of silicone and can be applied on top of oil seal