Hello Everyone This is my first post on these forums so Im happy to be here. Ive read these forums occasionally but never decided to make an account of my own, But now onto the topic. I have just recently purchased my first bottle of Sentry Solution's Tuf-Glide lubricant for use on all my folding knives. Now this was my first lubricant thats actually meant to be used on knives and other similar things, as I was simply using WD-40 in my knives beforehand which I know is not really what it's meant for, but it worked decently. So anyway, It arrived yesterday and once I got it, I wanted to test it out. I Dissasembled one of my knives (Spyderco Tenacious, not that it really matters), Cleaned it, and then applied 1 maybe 2 drops maximum to each side of the pivot. I closed it all up and then I tried to open it and it turns out its even harder to open than before when I was just using some WD-40! (and no I didnt overly tighten the pivot) I tried working it in for a while, more then a while actually but still to no success. Don't get me wrong it is still 'flick-able" but not nearly as well as it once was with WD-40. I was just wondering if something went wrong, whether it be my user error, or possible defect in the product. Any sort of information, help, or tips on this would be much appreciated. The "cleaning" process I did was a simple dis-assembly, and wipe of any debris and left over oils off the blade/pivot and the bushings, I put a drop on each side of the pivot and rubbed it around with my fingertip and also on the bushings as well. Maybe that information could help to see if I went wrong anywhere? Hopefully I can get this sorted out. Anyway thank you all very much for reading and possibly helping me out!