GT85 400ml Lubricant now 50p (RRP £2.49) @ B&M Stores (was previously reduced to £1) - HotUKDeals
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GT85 400ml Lubricant now 50p (RRP £2.49) @ B&M Stores (was previously reduced to £1)

£0.50 @ B&M Retail
***Well worth 50p! Was previously reduced to £1*** GT85 Lubricant. The lubricant, penetrator and water displacer. GT85 is well established as one of the leading all purpose maintenance lubric… Read More
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
***Well worth 50p! Was previously reduced to £1***

GT85 Lubricant.

The lubricant, penetrator and water displacer.

GT85 is well established as one of the leading all purpose maintenance lubricants, to help meet the demands for cycle, mechanical and home users.

This all round, quality maintenance spray is great for penetrating and loosening stuck parts.

It also contains PTFE to help lubricate and prevent squeaking and is great on bike chains.

Size: 400ml (Approx.)
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1 Like #1
Is this similar to WD40? Great price if it is!
#2
Great price, shame I don't have a B&M near me
2 Likes #3
Great price, smells awesome.
4 Likes #4
Elkelriko
Is this similar to WD40? Great price if it is!

It's actually made by the same people, but this has PTFE (Teflon) in it so has a slight different usage. it's more of a lubricant than a solvent.
#5
got it from Sheffield store for 50p
#6
None i Yeovil store , not really a suprise
2 Likes #7
9Tommeh9
Great price, smells awesome.

Worth a sniff at this price?
3 Likes #8
Is this like WD40 or KY?
#9
My gold door handles in the house are squeaking when you turn the handle and I was going to spray some wd40 on them but not sure if it's ok to put on them or if it will stain them. Anyone know if it's ok, appreciate any advice :)
#10
No stock in the 4 stores I visited. Hot if you can find stock.
#11
Don't/No stock in the 2 stores I visited...I'm beginning to hate this site! :-$
#12
Plenty on stock on the shelf in the Dundee Kingsway store at lunchtime today if it helps anyone. 8)
#13
nice price
2 Likes #14
lianne21
My gold door handles in the house are squeaking when you turn the handle and I was going to spray some wd40 on them but not sure if it's ok to put on them or if it will stain them. Anyone know if it's ok, appreciate any advice :)
Dab a little cheap veg oil onto a finger tip and rub onto the top of the 'squeak'
1 Like #15
lianne21
My gold door handles in the house are squeaking when you turn the handle and I was going to spray some wd40 on them but not sure if it's ok to put on them or if it will stain them. Anyone know if it's ok, appreciate any advice :)
No problem, will do the trick, won't stain.
3 Likes #16
Guys anyone who cannot find stock ( I couldn't any either) go to Halfords and get a price Match :) The manager let me have 2 bottles for £1.

I can upload a receipt if required for anyone who needs it ( note I brought more at the Halfords price at £1.90 but the receipt still shows the bottles at 50p for the top transaction)
#17
nickhalluk
Elkelriko
Is this similar to WD40? Great price if it is!
It's actually made by the same people, but this has PTFE (Teflon) in it so has a slight different usage. it's more of a lubricant than a solvent.
Thank you!
#18
Never used this stuff but it's supposed to be better than wd40. I just mix up acetone and automatic transmission fluid 50/50 for anything that's really seized. Has to be shaken before use as it separates when left still but it works well.
#19
toiletseatlicker
lianne21
My gold door handles in the house are squeaking when you turn the handle and I was going to spray some wd40 on them but not sure if it's ok to put on them or if it will stain them. Anyone know if it's ok, appreciate any advice :)
Dab a little cheap veg oil onto a finger tip and rub onto the top of the 'squeak'

sussexdaz
lianne21
My gold door handles in the house are squeaking when you turn the handle and I was going to spray some wd40 on them but not sure if it's ok to put on them or if it will stain them. Anyone know if it's ok, appreciate any advice :)
No problem, will do the trick, won't stain.
Thank you both :)
1 Like #20
My favourite cologne
#21
nickhalluk
Elkelriko
Is this similar to WD40? Great price if it is!
It's actually made by the same people, but this has PTFE (Teflon) in it so has a slight different usage. it's more of a lubricant than a solvent.
Indeed, it's much better for bike chains than WD40, only problem is that it doesn't seem to come with a straw!
#22
Wish there was a b&m near me! They have great deals
#23
liamf12
Never used this stuff but it's supposed to be better than wd40. I just mix up acetone and automatic transmission fluid 50/50 for anything that's really seized. Has to be shaken before use as it separates when left still but it works well.


you will just strip paint that way
#24
dusan
got it from Sheffield store for 50p


Which Sheffield store?
1 Like #25
kay9
liamf12
Never used this stuff but it's supposed to be better than wd40. I just mix up acetone and automatic transmission fluid 50/50 for anything that's really seized. Has to be shaken before use as it separates when left still but it works well.


you will just strip paint that way


I use plusgas for anything seized, really good stuff. use gt85 for everything else.

I never use wd40 anymore.
#26
houston26
kay9
liamf12
Never used this stuff but it's supposed to be better than wd40. I just mix up acetone and automatic transmission fluid 50/50 for anything that's really seized. Has to be shaken before use as it separates when left still but it works well.


you will just strip paint that way


I use plusgas for anything seized, really good stuff. use gt85 for everything else.

I never use wd40 anymore.


+1 for plusgas, brilliant stuff for anything seized
#27
53HRA
Guys anyone who cannot find stock ( I couldn't any either) go to Halfords and get a price Match :) The manager let me have 2 bottles for £1.
I can upload a receipt if required for anyone who needs it ( note I brought more at the Halfords price at £1.90 but the receipt still shows the bottles at 50p for the top transaction)
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^^ Yes! ...cheers good sir! ..a very high high five!
1 Like #28
Is it condom and toy safe? (_;)
#29
Halfords price match is your best bet. They had "minus one" in stock at my local store after a stock check.
1 Like #30
Elkelriko
Is this similar to WD40? Great price if it is!

It's better than WD40 doesn't evaporate
#31
I went in halfords today & was told they only sell WD40 so I assumed they would not price match I am a pensioner so not up to scratch with deals like this
#32
This is the fourth time I have gone to Colchester Stanway branch for special items on HUKD and four times they just look blank at me , This branch is totally useless and does not have a clue. May save someone a wasted trip. Check by phone first at your local store, may sve you a trip.

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