I use the hornady one shot or imperial sizing wax.
Use the tiniest amount of sizing wax on a cotton bud inside the case neck.
I don't lube every case, as it can build up on the expander ball and inside the die, then you end up with dented cases.
If I'm using the 'one shot' it goes everywhere any way so you get some inside the neck by default.
I always clean the cases after lubing/sizing to remove any lube.
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I dont lube the inside or outside of my necks but then I use a carbide sizing buttons and TiN bushings in my dies. I use the lube for full length sizing only
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I use 2 lubes.
Lyman on a pad, roll 10 cases at a time and size. Only for full length sizing of new cases or if the cases need it (a chap I know could not chamber a round on an F/TR comp so full length re-sizes every 5 firings).
I was taught to full length re size new cases as you then have a constent datum for neck trimming.
I also use hornaday one shot wax (smells and looks like earwax....probably is)
On a cotton bud just smeared round the neck outer (on bushing dies with no button) or inside and out on a normal die (neck only).
I would have used imperial, but took what I could find.
Dont forget what you put on really needs to come off again (to avoid contam), I tend to use U/S if they have been full length, or an old chinkie tub with brake and clutch fluid for wax/neck only.
Quite annoying to see powder sticking to the inside of the neck
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Redding Imperial sizing wax.
Decreases the required force by about 50% over the Lee water based stuff.
Every five - I dip one neck into the wax. the accumulated lube is sufficient for easy neck-sizing of the rest.
Worth the couple quid extra expense - lasts for ever and very easy to use. No waste, no mess.
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I use Royal Wax from HPS, similar to the Imperial, on the case, but have a homemade luber for necks. Bought a load of small ball bearings (2mm & 3mm) and some graphite powder on the bay, then used one of the wife's old makeup pots (about 25mm across) to put them in with a spoonful of the graphite. Same things as the commercial option, just easier to get hold of