WD-40 600ml ONLY £4.39 @Screwfix (yes....it's a better deal than Poundland)
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WD-40 600ml ONLY £4.39 @Screwfix (yes....it's a better deal than Poundland)

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Found 19th Dec 2012
WD-40 Aerosol Lubricant 600ml (this is the large 'Trade Size' can)
Product Code: 21697


The regular price at Screwfix for 600ml is £5.49 - that's why I can't share the excitement on the £1/100ml at Poundland post - it's always been in stock at that price at my local Poundland)
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collect instore (there are loads of locations)
Screwfix locations
or pay £5 shipping
Edited by: "jeczap" 19th Dec 2012
Good for people in the trade, I personally don't need this much!
£1 for 100ml is better for the home user
You have to use it a lot for it to be a better deal. If you take a couple of years to use this much, then the pressure drops so much you have to nail-hole the side of the can to get it out.
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teddyws

Good for people in the trade, I personally don't need this much!£1 for … Good for people in the trade, I personally don't need this much!£1 for 100ml is better for the home user



I hear ya.....I only posted as it seems there's a bit of excitement over WD-40 at the moment
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winstonmanc

You have to use it a lot for it to be a better deal. If you take a couple … You have to use it a lot for it to be a better deal. If you take a couple of years to use this much, then the pressure drops so much you have to nail-hole the side of the can to get it out.



not sure - I have a Screwfix can (price still on it) that's at least 5 years old and I still use it
or Home Bargains £1:99 - 300ml
poundland was great
winstonmanc

You have to use it a lot for it to be a better deal. If you take a couple … You have to use it a lot for it to be a better deal. If you take a couple of years to use this much, then the pressure drops so much you have to nail-hole the side of the can to get it out.



I'd really, really advise people not to do this. Don't hammer a hole in the side of any aerosol, even if you think there's no pressure in it.
jeczap

I hear ya.....I only posted as it seems there's a bit of excitement over … I hear ya.....I only posted as it seems there's a bit of excitement over WD-40 at the moment



seems like a lot of tightness going on at the moment

I hear ya.....I only posted as it seems there's a bit of excitement over … I hear ya.....I only posted as it seems there's a bit of excitement over WD-40 at the moment



Oh I know, I actually couldn't sleep a wink last night for thinking about getting my WD40 from Poundland today. I was up at the crack of dawn waiting for the shop to open.

I have it under my sink now and believe me it's a beauty
WD40, one of those things you can never find when you need it, then just after you get back from the shop with some the original turns up. I must hae about 6 tins of the stuff now. Has anyone actually finished a tin of this stuff before it's gone missing? X)
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zolnierz_20

or Home Bargains £1:99 - 300ml



some very good deals at HB......I wish they had stores south of London
greg_68

WD40, one of those things you can never find when you need it, then just … WD40, one of those things you can never find when you need it, then just after you get back from the shop with some the original turns up. I must hae about 6 tins of the stuff now. Has anyone actually finished a tin of this stuff before it's gone missing? X)



Yes ture, WD40 and my life! Cant find either since the kids were born.
jeczap

some very good deals at HB......I wish they had stores south of London



Yeah, I wish that Calais was a short boat trip in the Severn.
Price is good if you are using this stuff on a daily basis possibly at your type of work. diy etc,
However if not, pressured can fails and you are left with large quantity of oil that you can,t use. Unless you pierce a hole in it
cootcee64

Price is good if you are using this stuff on a daily basis possibly at … Price is good if you are using this stuff on a daily basis possibly at your type of work. diy etc, However if not, pressured can fails and you are left with large quantity of oil that you can,t use. Unless you pierce a hole in it



I find that the valve on these stays pretty well lubricated.
600ml, apart from industrial use, who the hell is going to use that much?
Colesy81

COLD! Just to annoy the idiot ppatto!


minus 187 your last deal
so
not the best member of hukd
noob
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