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WD-40 100ML 25p @ Tesco instore

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WD-40 80ML + 20ML FREE INSTORE CULVERHOUSE CROSS CARDIFF.
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#1
probs a store percific :(
#2
Anyone know if this could possibly stop breaks squeeking?
#3
You squirt that on your brakes and you will be worrying about more than a squeek lol
#4
mo_132
Anyone know if this could possibly stop breaks squeeking?

Are you talking about on a bicycle?

If so - you have brake resonance - try adjusting the pads at a slight angle to the rim of the wheel and that should help. :{
#5
Tesco are just pulling your chain. Bet this offer isn't in any other store in the country!
suspended#6
mo_132
Anyone know if this could possibly stop breaks squeeking?

you need to get some 'copper grease' .... put some inbetween the brake shoe/pad and the caliper
#7
mo_132
Anyone know if this could possibly stop breaks squeeking?


Brakes rely on friction to stop you, WD40 reduces friction. You don't want to put WD40 anywhere near braking surfaces.
#8
i got some about 2 weeks ago at the Bracknell branch,(although now sold out) so other stores may be doing this. Pot luck it seems.
#9
We need to know what type of brakes you are talking about.
Car: Drum or disc?
Bicycle: Rubber blocks, disc or even drum?
#10
Spykey
mo_132
Anyone know if this could possibly stop breaks squeeking?


you need to get some 'copper grease' .... put some inbetween the brake shoe/pad and the caliper


i'm no expert,but this sounds like a terrible idea!just googled it& i'm not alone.
#11
Spykey
mo_132
Anyone know if this could possibly stop breaks squeeking?
you need to get some 'copper grease' .... put some inbetween the brake shoe/pad and the caliper

He's right, for cars you need to apply a small amount of copper grease to the BACK of the brake pads - the caliper pushes against these when you press the brake and will reduce squealing. I've fitted more than a fair few sets of front brake pads on cars... ;)

WD40 won't be any good - it's a light-oil based lubricant!
1 Like #12
If you want to replace the sound of squeaky brakes with the sound of you screaming into a corner because your brakes arent working, then by all means.

mo_132
Anyone know if this could possibly stop breaks squeeking?
#13
I wonder if thats whats wrong with my used exercise bike I got from market, even set to zero resistance it needs more effort to move and makes a sound which is part "whoosh" part squealing, after putting some oil on the wheel and the nuts etc it has made it just a tiny bit better, but even using my full body force it doesnt turn easily unlike gym exercise bikes or real bikes!
1 Like #14
vicknanth
probs a store percific :(


I'm not travelling that far for it!
#15
For my car and was just wondering if it was a suitable replacement for copper grease. Got copper grease from my mate anyway and it done the job
#16
Nice spot
#17
Picked up a few of these today thanks. Have you seen how much people are selling these for on eBay !!!!

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