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WD-40 Penetrating Oil 450ml £2.67 INSTORE Tesco

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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Popped In my local Tesco Extra earlier & saw the larger 450ml cans of WD-40
for £2.67. This is a good price for this size can.
This deal is instore only and I have no-idea if its nationwide - but worth a look
if you need to penetrate something in a hurry - ahem !!!!
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#1
Penetrating Oil ...................
are you serious ???????
#2
bibu
Penetrating Oil ...................
are you serious ???????


Not sure where u are going with that - but believe me that stuff has loosened a few rusty nuts for me over the years - take that as you wish !!! :thumbsup:
#3
£1 in poundland
#4
pet2000
£1 in poundland


Yeah seen that one 100ml I think but never saw 450ml for a quid there !!!!!
#5
bobbybuilder
Not sure where u are going with that - but believe me that stuff has loosened a few rusty nuts for me over the years - take that as you wish !!! :thumbsup:


you'd be very surprised if you knew some of the reasons its been used for over the years lol
#6
trisham3838
you'd be very surprised if you knew some of the reasons its been used for over the years lol


My best mate is an operating department practioner - and some of the cases he has seen come in to have foreign objects removed from cavities they were never meant to be introduced into - would make you wince big-time !!! :-D

If only they had had that lovely can of wd-40 to hand with that nice little straw to get that oil in the right (tight oooo-eerrr missiz) places - think of the embarrassment they could have saved themselves ! :oops:
#7
bobbybuilder
My best mate is an operating department practioner - and some of the cases he has seen come in to have foreign objects removed from cavities they were never meant to be introduced into - would make you wince big-time !!! :-D

If only they had had that lovely can of wd-40 to hand with that nice little straw to get that oil in the right (tight oooo-eerrr missiz) places - think of the embarrassment they could have saved themselves ! :oops:


No embarrassment when it comes to things of that nature, as a surgeon children place very unusual things in very unusual places, so do adults but please don't use wd40 to try and release them, a good fart and you're on your way! ;-)
#8
littlemeglet
No embarrassment when it comes to things of that nature, as a surgeon children place very unusual things in very unusual places, so do adults but please don't use wd40 to try and release them, a good fart and you're on your way! ;-)


Sorry I should always add a disclaimer to my comments - ie children please do not try this at home - just leave it to the s&m crowd :whistling:
#9
Did you know that WD-40 stands for "Water Displacement - 40th attempt"?

Also did you know that it was first used to coat the outer skin of the American Atlas Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile to prevent rust and corrosion?
#10
bobbybuilder
My best mate is an operating department practioner - and some of the cases he has seen come in to have foreign objects removed from cavities they were never meant to be introduced into - would make you wince big-time !!! :-D

If only they had had that lovely can of wd-40 to hand with that nice little straw to get that oil in the right (tight oooo-eerrr missiz) places - think of the embarrassment they could have saved themselves ! :oops:



"pukes" :?
#11
bobbybuilder
Not sure where u are going with that - but believe me that stuff has loosened a few rusty nuts for me over the years - take that as you wish !!! :thumbsup:


You need this for your rusty nuts NOT WD40! - but still good price
http://www.fordprobestore.co.uk/store/images/plusgas1.jpg
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Hancock
You need this for your rusty nuts NOT WD40! - but still good price
http://www.fordprobestore.co.uk/store/images/plusgas1.jpg


You are right thats a good spray as well - used to use that alot to when I could get it - couldn't always find stock - but never had a prob with wd-40 either you just had to leave it to do its work for a while - then crank those nuts !!!! :-D
#13
Put your rusty nuts/item into a bowl of coke cola/Pepsi -that also works!
#14
Joe90_guy
Did you know that WD-40 stands for "Water Displacement - 40th attempt"?

Also did you know that it was first used to coat the outer skin of the American Atlas Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile to prevent rust and corrosion?


Are you really Joe 90 or Brains from Thunderbirds !!! :-D

Anyway hows it hanging ( strings, puppets - get it, get it - oh I give up !!! )

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