Got my first Hinderer (Gen 3 xm18 sliver) just about a week ago and I have been playing around wtih some different lubricants to see what I liked best. I found that CRK grease working better than almost anything else. 8/10 on how easy it was to flip. Well last night I was cleaning off my blade with some WD-40 and a bunch of it ran down into the pivot and mixed in with the CRK grease. I started flipping it a few times and noticed it was SUPER smooth, 10/10 on flipping. the blade basically just falls open and closed. Then today when I took it apart I noticed that the WD-40 had changed the viscosity (right use of word?) and now it was like a watered down grease/WD-40 combo. I know WD-40 can be used to remove grease and build up so I'm wondering if it broke down part of the grease and that it what makes it so smooth now? Anyone else have any experience with this? If you get a chance you should test it out and see what you think for yourself.