Walker turntable owners, want a GREAT cheap tweak?

You need a can of lacquer thinner, a bottle of "z-max" lubricant (from an auto parts store )and a box of tissues / paper towels and about 1 to 2 hrs time
Remove the platter, remove the air bearing ( sub platter )
Remove the lacquer from the sub platter ( with the thinner )
Clean both sides of the air bearing with the lacquer thinner ( the underside of the sub platter and the TT base )
Remove the oil from the spindle well ( with a Q tip or paper towel ) and replace it with z-max (several drops)
Put about 4 drops of z-max on the air bearing surfaces and rub it in with the tissues. You really have to keep rubbing it in till there is no more gunk coming off on the tissue ( it takes awhile )
Reassemble it all
Open the valve to the platter on the small towers 1/2 to 3/4 of the way and turn the air pressure DOWN ( at the pump box ) to 1.5 to 1.9 lbs ( till the platter doesn't drag )
Lloyd called me with this one the other day and the improvement is bigger than the black diamond tone arm crystals or the room tuning crystals ( both of which were phenomenal ! )
Total cost about $20
Sorry it's only for walker TT owners!!
I must apologize to all "Gonners" regarding this tweak!
I have been contacted by two people ( outside Audiogon ) who have questioned the need ( or safety ) of removing the lacquer from the sub platter and the long term effects of Z-MAX. While I have not experienced any ill effects from the tweak, I don't know the answers either, so I would urge all Walker owners to contact their dealer or Walker Audio directly before trying the tweak!
The greatest effect did seem to be from lowering the platter pressure (and there is no danger in that)
Again, I apologize for any confusion but also don't want to take any chances.
Great tweak. Is it more successful when you dip z-max in holy water before?