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The world's number one multi-purpose lubricant.

Link for uses http://www.wd40.co.uk/index.cfm?articleid=32

Typical uses of WD-40 around the home include

* Stopping squeaks in door hinges.
* Loosening rusted or seized components (i.e., nuts and screws) for easier removal.
* Spraying on hand tools, prior to storage, to help prevent rust
* Cleaning objects affected by grease, caked-on dirt or adhesive residue (such as that left behind by sticky tape)
Typical uses of WD-40 in automotive repair include

* Driving moisture out of the high and low-tension electrical components of an internal combustion engine (e.g. cleaning and drying the inside of the ignition distributor cap) so that it will start, particularly on cold days
* Loosening nuts and screws
* Cleaning wheels
* The WD-40 company claims it is safe for use on all motorcycle chains, but recommended cleaning products vary among chain manufacturers. Tsubaki Chain[4] and RK Chain recommend WD-40 to clean or displace water on all types of chains, including sealed ring[5]

Specialty Uses

* Leatherman, the manufacturer of the popular multi-tool of the same name, recommends WD-40 as a post-cleaning lubricant to displace water and prevent corrosion.[6]
* In Boston, officials repaired the bell atop city-owned Faneuil Hall with daily treatments of WD-40 over the course of a week.[7]
* In cleaning, WD-40 displaces crayon and ink from computer and television monitors.
* WD-40 can be sprayed on snow shovels and snowblower components to prevent snow from sticking to their surfaces.

Caution

* WD-40 is a fine product and has many uses, but it is not real contact cleaner. It leaves a sticky residue that can attract dust.
* WD-40 should never be used in locks for the same reason. Locks should be cleaned with isopropyl alcohol, allowed to dry thoroughly and lubricated with dry graphite powder.
* A sample of WD-40 that was sprayed onto a piece of steel plate and left outside at -25 for about 20 minutes frozen.

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#1
http://i43.tinypic.com/312ejrq.jpg
#2
"The world's number one multi-purpose lubricant." LOL

voted hot!!! as its the big bottle
1 Like #3
Good deal. See this page for useful was of using WD40: http://www.wd40.co.uk/index.cfm?articleid=32
#4
Wilkinsons in Cardiff have been doing 275ml for £1.19 for a while...2 cans gives you 550ml for £2.38.
still a good deal @ £2 for 450ml.
#5
Will it losen up or lubricant my missus ??? :? maybe cheaper than ky :whistling:
#6
big-boy
Will it losen up or lubricant my missus ??? :? maybe cheaper than ky :whistling:


If your avatar is your mrs, I'm pretty sure she's loose enough!! :w00t:
#7
No good for me ... I always lose the little tube after using the can once or twice :roll:

Good deal though
#8
GeeJay86
If your avatar is your mrs, I'm pretty sure she's loose enough!! :w00t:


lmao
#9
gizmouk;5526999
No good for me ... I always lose the little tube after using the can once or twice :roll:

Good deal though


put a rubber band around it or it can be pushed into the lid, see below pic

http://i40.tinypic.com/ofj2r.jpg
#10
well spotted,just was in tesco and seen this,
but you've posted this deal first)))) repped
#11
This isn't really much of a lubricant - more of a water displacer (clue: the name). So great to stop tools rusting in the shed but if you use it on your bicycle chain, it and the sprockets won't last very long. Use GT85 instead - that contains Teflon.
#12
Paid £2 at Aldi last week for a 300ml can, and I thought that I'd got a good deal.

Very Hot.
#13
Narkodrom;5527579
well spotted,just was in tesco and seen this,
but you've posted this deal first)))) repped


thanks

i noticed it as a staff member was putting yellow tags on this and other car things on the same shelf.

they have redex fuel additives cleaners half price too.
#14
does anyone like the picture ? taken with my phone
#15
pibpob
This isn't really much of a lubricant - more of a water displacer (clue: the name). So great to stop tools rusting in the shed but if you use it on your bicycle chain, it and the sprockets won't last very long. Use GT85 instead - that contains Teflon.


WD 40 does leave behind an oily film. I use it as a cleaner on motorcycles along with GT85. If I run out I make my own with white spirit and oil.
For the pushie chain I use motorcycle chain wax once per year, same chain and sprockets for 14 years.
Costco might still be the cheapest for WD, 3 pack for a fiver IIRC.
#16
ifti
does anyone like the picture ? taken with my phone


Yes, I was going to get in touch with you to see if you could supply more of these quality photos for a calender.

:whistling:
#17
topbloke77;5528338
Yes, I was going to get in touch with you to see if you could supply more of these quality photos for a calender.

:whistling:


lol N95 8GB
#18
pibpob;5527644
This isn't really much of a lubricant - more of a water displacer (clue: the name). So great to stop tools rusting in the shed but if you use it on your bicycle chain, it and the sprockets won't last very long. Use GT85 instead - that contains Teflon.


Too true. I always thought this stuff was much the same as 3 in 1 (made by the same people) until a window hinge manufacturer warned me specifically not to use WD40, but to use 3 in 1 instead.
#19
250ml can for a pound in Poundland Feltham.
500ml can = £2
Probably local stock but I won't vote.
#20
If you get caught with WD40 in RAF you get put on Jankers and have your bits removed with a blunt rusty razor blade,

It eats plastic & rubber based insulation and parts!

Good price tho voted Scorchio
#21
Gold Feet;5528329
For the pushie chain I use motorcycle chain wax once per year, same chain and sprockets for 14 years.
Ah, but how many miles have you done on it and in what conditions? :)
#22
big-boy
Will it losen up or lubricant my missus ??? :? maybe cheaper than ky :whistling:


Saw this pic on another post and your quote made it spring back into my mind>>>>>>

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v217/TempusRising/jaysargos.jpg:whistling:
#23
RJ2DJ
Good deal. See this page for useful was of using WD40: http://www.wd40.co.uk/index.cfm?articleid=32


Good link, thanks.
#24
tinca
If you get caught with WD40 in RAF you get put on Jankers and have your bits removed with a blunt rusty razor blade,

It eats plastic & rubber based insulation and parts!

Good price tho voted Scorchio


ask your storeman nicely for some zx54, pretty good stuff!
#25
Best use I found for this was to remove Thompson water seal which I oversprayed onto my windows (too lazy to mask them!) After months of trying different things with no effect this worked straight away and they then just needed rinsing off.
#26
pibpob
This isn't really much of a lubricant - more of a water displacer (clue: the name). So great to stop tools rusting in the shed but if you use it on your bicycle chain, it and the sprockets won't last very long. Use GT85 instead - that contains Teflon.


Yep - I've been caught out before - I'd would now NEVER use WD40 as a lubricant. It is brilliant at cleaning and freeing seized joints and all those many uses - but don't think WD40 is gonna replace grease or oil and don't expect it to hang around doing it's job - it pretty soon 'evaporates' / dries whatever and after the next use you're left unprotected (so for instance remember to recoat those tools once you've used them).
#27
wd 40 is good.....NOT great.

Its more of a release agent, its not that great as a lubricant........lubricant is a generic term from america, that applies to just about anything that is even remotely related to oil !!!

Now, a little advice for people WD40 states on the can that it is for locks.....WRONG.

DO NOT use wd40 in locks, either yale, or car locks/ignition barrels.

Reason behind it, wd 40 will attract dirt and dust. which WILL over time, wear your lock out. ive seen 1 year old cars with ignition barrels worn out, due to use of WD40 !!!!

graphite powder is the answer for locks, self lubricates, and keeps it dry.


thats all folks.
#28
If you need loads of WD 40 ...about 10 450ml cans worth ....then it's cheaper to get this 5 litre drum PLUS free applicator here for £18.74 from Screwfix : :thumbsup:

http://www.screwfix.com/prods/32927&cm_mmc=Campaign-_-E09W20-_-C-_-WD40?source=aw#

http://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/29/p43129_x.jpghttp://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/49/p43149_x.jpg
#29
jimmy2007;5528776
250ml can for a pound in Poundland Feltham.
500ml can = £2
Probably local stock but I won't vote.


woop woop ur local! big up feltham!
#30
samwhitewick
woop woop ur local! big up feltham!


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