So I went over to Dad's house (well, mine according to the will) today to clean out the workshop for him. My father is a bit of a know-nothing in the world of tools and garage type stuff. A lot of the stuff in the garage was part of my grandfather's "save it because you never know when it will come in handy" mentality. He's been gone for almost 6 years now to give you an idea of how un-mechanically inclined my father is. I was digging out the last of the boxes from underneath his work bench and came across this small oil-soaked cardboard box. Intrigued, as most of you all would be, I opened it and found what I initially thought were cans of lighter fluid. Upon further inspection I saw the labels and they were cans of lubricant from IBM. I can't find ANYTHING on the interwebz about them but the contents are a red, thin fluid that reminds me of the 3-in-1 oil. Anyone care to take a stab at helping me identify this mystery oil? If it is of the right composition, it may end up being used in oiling my firearms. At the very least, I can use it around the house.