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250ml WD40 for £1.00 instore at Asda

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5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago
I was in Asda in Blyth yesterday and noticed 250ml bottles of WD40 for £1 down from £3. Not much else to say really.
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I knew this stuff was useful but didn't know quite how useful before I googled.

Gardening

1. Spray WD-40 over spades and forks to protect tools from corrosion
2. Spray WD-40 on wheelbarrow wheels to stop them from squeaking
3. A liberal application of WD40 around the edges of plant pots will help keep slugs at bay.
4. Shears stuck? Spray WD-40 to keep them snapping.
5. A layer of WD-40 spray on your lawn mower blades can keep them clean, protect them from corrosion and help prevent grass from sticking.
6. After a good afternoons digging, WD-40 can help remove heavy dirt from garden tools and equipment.
7. Remove rusty nuts on garden furniture or fencing with WD-40.
8. Locked out? Loosen frozen or stuck fast padlocks on sheds with a squirt of WD-40.
9. Windy wet winters can play havoc with rusty hanging baskets. Avoid sleepless nights by oiling them with WD-40.
10. A squirt of WD-40 will loosen up taps both indoors or out that become rusty of stuck.

DIY

1. A squirt of WD-40 can help shift stuck-fast screws.
2. For a stiff or stuck door lock, try a squirt of WD-40.
3. Stuck fast taps can be given a helping hand with a spray of WD-40 on the faucet.
4. Keep patio doors running smoothly with a squirt of WD-40.
5. Had an accident? WD-40 removes paint from tile flooring.
6. Stuck-fast drawers or sash windows can be lubricated with a spray of WD-40.
7. After a while curtain tracks can start to stick, a squirt of WD-40 will stop this.
8. Remove black streaks from hardwood floors with a spray of WD-40 on a clean cloth.
9. After sawing dust can get everywhere - the best way to clean it off tools is to spray them with WD-40 and rub with a clean cloth.
10. Essential tools like pliers, drills and wrenches need continual maintenance to keep them in good working order. A regular squirt of WD-40 will keep them rust and corrosion free.

Tool Maintenance

WD-40 can be used to clean and protect the following essential tools:

1. Drill bits
2. Lawnmower blades
3. Secateurs
4. Spades and Forks
5. Chainsaw chains
6. Pliers
7. Garden Shears
8. Hedge trimmers
9. Wheelbarrows
10. Monkey wrench

Motor

1. Remove dead insects from the front grill with WD-40.
2. Unstick frozen locks, car doors, or aerials with a squirt of WD-40.
3. Remove stubborn grime and stains from a number plate with WD-40 and a clean cloth.
4. Give chrome or aluminium finishes an extra shine with a spray of WD-40.
5. Squeaky or stuck-fast car seat? A squirt of WD-40 on the runner will get it moving again.
6. Protect more vulnerable areas of your motor from corrosion with a squirt of WD-40.
7. An application of WD-40 can help prevent the corrosion of spark plug cables.
8. Buff out surface scuff marks with a spray of WD-40 on a clean cloth.
9. Drive excess moisture from a flooded engine with a liberal application of WD-40, remember not to spray it whilst the engine is running!

Hobby

1. Forget having to soak your coins in vinegar to get a nice shine - try a squirt of WD-40 to clean up your precious collection.
2. Constant exposure to cold and damp can lead to rusty metal buckles on ski or snowboarding gear cleans and protects fastenings with a squirt of WD-40
3. It's the worst job in the world but WD-40 can help with the annual oxidation removal from boats and dinghys.
4. Remove grass stains from your precious leather football with a squirt of WD-40.
5. There's nothing worse that a rusty reel when you've made the catch of your life. Keep fishing reels rust-free with a regular spray of WD-40.
6. Be the best on the green with shiny golf clubs and rust free spikes courtesy of a spray and polish with WD-40
7. Clean and protect vulnerable bicycle parts with WD-40.
8. Maintaining equine equipment is no problem with WD-40 - lubricate trailer window hinges and bolts, saddle and bridle buckles and electric horse clippers.
9. Stuck fast zips and fastenings on camping equipment can be easily solved with a squirt of WD-40.
10. Keep in line skates & skate boards running smoothly with a squirt of WD-40.

Unusual Uses

1. Spray WD-40 onto a clean cloth and wipe to remove scuff marks off skirting boards
2. Rid shower screens of water marks and smears with a rub down with WD-40
3. Give piano keys a clean up with a squirt of WD-40 and a clean cloth.
4. Slugs attacking your favourite plant? Spray WD-40 on your plant pots will keep them at bay.
5. Stop your iron board squeaking with a squirt of WD-40 on moving hinges and parts.
6. Tea stains on work tops or lino flooring are no match for WD-40, apply a squirt of oil to a clean cloth and wipe them away.
7. Squirrels pinching your nuts? A squirt of WD-40 on your bird table stand will help prevent them from pinching food left for feathered friends.
8. WD-40 can be used to remove chewing gum from shoes and carpet
9. If your favourite 12" has a light scratch, a quick wipe with WD-40 will help prevent the record from skipping.
10. Caught with a stuck-fast zip? A squirt of WD-40 will help get you out of jam.
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WD40 is indeed good, but I think the amounts of uses is over egged, as you shouldn't really use it inplace of oil as WD stands for Water Displacement, and if you're using it on chains etc you're stripping the oil and WD40 won't last long within links!

This 1001 uses has mostly "stop your X squeaking" too :p

£1 is good though, worth picking up a can for the back of the shed.
#3
#4
Wakefield too!
#5
firey-dragon6666
Great deal but already listed I believe


I hadn't seen that deal. Luckily it's 4 weeks and 19 minutes old. Making it more than a month old.
#6
MrHot
WD40 is indeed good, but I think the amounts of uses is over egged, as you shouldn't really use it inplace of oil as WD stands for Water Displacement, and if you're using it on chains etc you're stripping the oil and WD40 won't last long within links!This 1001 uses has mostly "stop your X squeaking" too :p£1 is good though, worth picking up a can for the back of the shed.

good point . wask chain , wd40 to displace water , dry and then relube with a little oil , running a clean cloth on chain th get rid of excess . WD40 on itself on chain wont do long term
#7
I use WD40 to clean the bike chain then dry it with rags before applying low fling chain lube. Works a treat and I've seen 15,000 miles from a chain before.
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I use it on my guitar strings to get a bit of extra play out of them, works just as well as Fast-fret.
#9
I use acetone and automatic transmission fluid in a 50/50 mix after having a glow plug shear in my pug whilst removing it Having read some articles including the one below WD40 isn't great. This 50/50 mix works a treat the only thing it wouldn't free up was my front lower engine mount on my gs500, everything else comes free in minutes.

The April/May 2007 edition of Machinist's Workshop did a test of penetrating oils where they measured the force required to loosen rusty test devices. Buy the issue if you want to see how they did the test. The results reported were interesting. The lower the number of pounds the better. Mighty interesting results for simple acetone and tranny fluid!

Penetrating oil . Average load .. Price per fluid ounce
None ................. 516 pounds .
WD-40 .............. 238 pounds .. $0.25
PB Blaster ......... 214 pounds .. $0.35
Liquid Wrench ... 127 pounds .. $0.21
Kano Kroil ........ 106 pounds .. $0.75
ATF-Acetone mix.. 53 pounds .. $0.10

The ATF-Acetone mix was a 50/50 mix (1 to 1 ratio)."
#10
I'd never heard of using acetone and ATF. I might give that a go in the future if I can be bothered to mix some up.
#11
coony
Wakefield too!
I never found any. :-(
#12
never knew they sold it.......thought everyone just borrowed it from work...

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