WD40 250ml £1 in Asda
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WD40 250ml £1 in Asda

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Found 13th Jan 2011Made hot 13th Jan 2011
WD40 250ml £1 in Asda

Around £3 elsewhere

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Original Poster

whelpin

Link?



its not sold on-line, its an instore offer - so there is no link

Don't tell the wife, she'll be using it to unlock her chastity belt!

Sinecure

Don't tell the wife, she'll be using it to unlock her chastity belt!



Please refrain from these sorts of comments

oil go and get one then

Sinecure

Don't tell the wife, she'll be using it to unlock her chastity belt!



she can always borow my key lol;)

RobotRock

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why ?

you could try eBay for a sense of humour. Even a cheap one is better than you have now

It's awesome for removing the sticky gunk under labels on jars - maks that nasty job a breeze!

Cheap as chips, literally.

every man drawer has a can of this

Min

bobhope

every man drawer has a can of this



Mine hasn't its stuck. Could anyone suggest a product to lubricate the runner.

Banned

Will this help my door from squeaking?
Edited by: "Adnan786" 13th Jan 2011

Good price...

You can't beat a bit of the old penetrating fluid

Great stuff. Heat added!

RobotRock

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sheltered life by any chance?!

no he doesnt want his wife to get ideas!

WARNING: don't put anywhere near a bike chain...it will wear out quickly.

Here's an approriate question that arose in my work colleagues pub quiz this week.... "which product was granted patent in 1953 after 39 previous attempts?"

en.wikipedia.org/wik…-40

northerngeek

WARNING: don't put anywhere near a bike chain...it will wear out quickly.



agreed....only a div would use wd40 for that....you need an oil based product for bike chains...i use GT 85

Edited by: "royals" 13th Jan 2011

warning, do knot use this for car engines, i filled my car up with a can when i ran out of petrol and it didn't work..

Back to the drawing board wd40

jamalecop

sheltered life by any chance?!



Or perhaps he's met the original posters wife!!!!! 'no, please leave it on!!!!!'

Does this stuff taste any good?

Banned

No, but it smells good

dsuk

warning, do knot use this for car engines, i filled my car up with a can … warning, do knot use this for car engines, i filled my car up with a can when i ran out of petrol and it didn't work..Back to the drawing board wd40



Haha I hope your joking

It's not real oil ok for hinges I guess but not anything mechanical. Wrecks bike chains never mind a car engine!

It's awesome for removing the sticky gunk under labels on jars - maks … It's awesome for removing the sticky gunk under labels on jars - maks that nasty job a breeze!



Nail polish remover does that too and is usually cheaper if you ever plan to get it full price for that reason

Immature mugles

dunfyboy

No, but it smells good



the chastity belt?

Hizz

Here's an approriate question that arose in my work colleagues pub quiz … Here's an approriate question that arose in my work colleagues pub quiz this week.... "which product was granted patent in 1953 after 39 previous attempts?"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WD-40



thats ****

WD-40's formula is a trade secret. The product is not patented in order to avoid completely disclosing its ingredients !

after the 40th attempt he got the formula right !
Edited by: "geedub" 14th Jan 2011

RobotRock

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your stacks of crack aren't you?

You Saddo-Mong.

royals

agreed....only a div would use wd40 for that....you need an oil based … agreed....only a div would use wd40 for that....you need an oil based product for bike chains...i use GT 85



Agreed only a Div - See below for description of GT85 from Wiggle

Top Features of the GT85 Lubricant 400ml Aerosol
Penetrating Lubricant
Water displacer
With PTFE
NOT chain lube!

Oh dear!

MINCER

Agreed only a Div - See below for description of GT85 from WiggleTop … Agreed only a Div - See below for description of GT85 from WiggleTop Features of the GT85 Lubricant 400ml AerosolPenetrating Lubricant Water displacer With PTFE NOT chain lube!Oh dear!



AGREED. I once got into an argument at a bike show with a Booth Babe in the WD40 stand when she claimed it was 'Suitable'......

Not my proudest moment really :P. GT85 is wheres its at folks, wiggle may claim otherwise but most bike shops sell it. Why, it can be wiped off a chain easily and it takes the dirt with it so if you are a real bike nerd and clean your bike after every ride its ace...

GT85 is very unsuitable if you never touch your bike apart from an occasional spitwipe clean. For that you want Finish Line Winter Lube, or something similar and juicy for your chain.. It will look like grim horror, but prevents wear and rust pretty well.
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