it doesn't mix with petro lubes and according to the Dupont literature there is a need for some pricey solvent to remove the stuff if desired. LOL...this is one of the "features" that attracted me to the stuff along with the non-dieseling claims.
I read the reply where a shooter uses SuperLube but I haven't tested the stuff myself. Perhaps I'll lube my R9 with SuperLube deliberately getting a bit in front of the piston seal to see how badly it diesels. That's the same initial testing I did with the Krytox. My "playing around" usually occurs during the winter months when I don't do a lot of shooting so it will be a couple months before testing the SuperLube.
Anywhoo....here is some "Dupont literature" concerning the various formulations of Krytox..........
There is also a cheaper version called Ultimox which is the European equivalent........
This formulation has an anticorrosion/antiwear additive like the Krytox GPL226 formula and it also works well but I prefer the plain Jane Dupont GPL205 without the additive.
A bit under $13 plus shipping for a small 20g container.
Here's what mine looked like when I used the stuff.........