Dry lube with teflon

Has anyone looked at using Blaster Dry Lube with Teflon to put a thin layer on there tubes and ball screws? We have been using another brand on all surfaces of machines throughout our shop for years. It may even reduce accumulation of dust on those surfaces which means easier clean up.

I would really like to know what the details/manufacturer are for the ball screws and the linear bearings. Armed with that information one could then get specific information on lubrication for both. Meanwhile I will stick with the light machine oil as recommended and keep the rails and screws clean as I can.

I too have used Bostik dry lube and others on some of my woodworking machines but do not see it as a bearing lube.

Here’s an excerpt from Mark a year ago on lube and maintenance.

Read it all but pay attention to the last paragraph.