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I suppose what you are asking about will work. A guy told me this past weekend that he uses Armor All - not sure what product but his arrows were pulling out easy. I don't use any lube on my arrows but I should to make pulling them easier on me. I know a few people use Woody's Arrow Lube.
 

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I've got about a 8 year old "bag" target, and you don't need anything at all to get an arrow out of it. Come out with the greatest of ease. Those things amaze me how well they work.
 

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Black magic or turtle wax black N wet work great and are much cheaper than arrow lube. armorall works but is a little too thin and runs all over. I make lube tubes out of snuff cans, bubble gum tape cans, and film canisters. Drill a hole in each end that the arrow just fits through, put pieces of sponge inside and soak sponge with black magic, then just slide the first couple inches of the arrow through the holes in the plastic and it leaves a nice light coat of lube. Black magic is thick enough that when held by the sponge it doesn't leak out the holes. I still keep it in a ziplock incase it ever does leak but so far so good.
 

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I have a lube tube but you can make one real easy
Piece of plastic conduit maybe 3 inches long with a cap at both ends
Put a sponge inside before glueing the caps on
Drill a 1/4" or 3/8 hole in one cap then put black magic tire shine in the tube.
Your arrow will poke a hole in the sponge the first time you stick it in
Works real well
Or get a lube tube from lancaster archery for 9 bucks
http://www.lancasterarchery.com/advanced...rru8m7ubkesjh96
 

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Buck Whisperer said:
Why dont you just lift weights instead. It will make pulling those arrows alot smoother, the girls will like the new look, and it makes dragging your deer a heck of alot easier to.
You have never shot 3-D when the temp is near freezing. The arrow melts the foam & bonds together. Muscle has nothing to due with getting the arrows out.. Ivory soap works great or any of the tire black products work well & are cheaper than the arrow lube.
 

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also another trick to use is dont just walk up and try to pull the arrow out, grab the arrow and twist it, it should break lose then u can pull it out.....but to answer ur question if ur looking to use something around the house use the soap if u want to buy something get some woody's
 
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