WD40 400ml Smart/Straw - Reduced from £4.99 to £1.35 instore @ Sainsburys
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WD40 400ml Smart/Straw - Reduced from £4.99 to £1.35 instore @ Sainsburys

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Found 22nd Oct 2014
Whilst everyone is checking out the toy sale - head over to the DIY section - lots of deals to be had instore

WD40 400ml reduced to £1.35
WD40 200ml reduced to £0.90
Loctite Allpurpose Glue 20ml reduced to £0.75
Unibond Masking Tape 25m reduced to £1.00
Unibond Strong Parcel tape reduced to £1.50

Plenty of other unibond gaffer tapes and duct tapes reduced as well as other DIY essentials - scissors, screwdrivers, brushes.

Whilst everyone to looking down the toy aisle head to the DIY section to see if there is a bargain or two..

This was found in Sainsburys Broadstairs and unsure if store specific.

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Great deal. Don't need it as I've got plenty but just popping in to say thank you, Heat added

Price matched the Morrisons offer on their own maintenance spray at £1-35 by the look of it

Original Poster

http://www.tesco.com/direct/wd40-200ml/657-9833.prd?pageLevel=&skuId=657-9833

Nowhere as good as above for value but if u cant get them instore at sainsburys the 200ml size is available online at Tesco at £1.45 down from £3.99


Edited by: "tolester" 22nd Oct 2014

I used some WD40 to get a really bad wood stain out of my carpet. Miracle stuff and at this price stock up.

Not particularly good at anything. Seems to have a reputation but is pretty poor really.

nitro228

Not particularly good at anything. Seems to have a reputation but is … Not particularly good at anything. Seems to have a reputation but is pretty poor really.



It's good for removing sticker residue, not much else.

You know I always thought WD40 was an oil but it is actually a solvent. Go figure......

"You know I always thought WD40 was an oil but it is actually a solvent. Go figure......"

Actually it is made out of Fish Oil !

Banned

wd40 has many uses, you just have to think about them

or just ask google wd40.com/img…pdf tho ofc some of they listed 2000+ uses are just the same ones again and again, i.e removes stickers form cds, removes stickers from piano keys,

Edited by: "ted933" 23rd Oct 2014

Proveright

"You know I always thought WD40 was an oil but it is actually a solvent. … "You know I always thought WD40 was an oil but it is actually a solvent. Go figure......"Actually it is made out of Fish Oil !


Myth, sorry .
fish oil myth

errrr2

It's good for removing sticker residue, not much else.



Helped me replace the washers in my taps by penetrating the coroded tap body.

http://nicegif.com/gifs/3715.gif

nitro228

Not particularly good at anything. Seems to have a reputation but is … Not particularly good at anything. Seems to have a reputation but is pretty poor really.



What would you suggest as an alternative ?

BeerGoggles

I used some WD40 to get a really bad wood stain out of my carpet. Miracle … I used some WD40 to get a really bad wood stain out of my carpet. Miracle stuff and at this price stock up.



Who are you? Mr Completely? X)

Thomablue

What would you suggest as an alternative ?



For freeing up stuck stuff PlusGas or Mouse Milk.

Original Poster

For rust/corrosion perevention - I prefer Fluid Film Spray but that is well over 10x more expensive than this

Banned

great deal m8

is this store specifc?
normal price in ashton yesterday

Thomablue

What would you suggest as an alternative ?



It depends what you want it for. As a release agent for stuck/rust fasteners then Plusgas is far better. For general lubrication either a PTFE spray or GT85 are better depending on the application. The only thing I really use WD40 or is to apply a light spray to tools, drill chucks etc if They're being stored for a long time.

https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8160/7214525854_733237dd83_z.jpg

masiv007

is this store specifc?normal price in ashton yesterday



Agree, it seems to be common with both Sainsyburys and Tesco deals....


http://files.upit.me/1414144136.jpg


...still spent over £150 in their toy sale though.!

Not reduced in Portswood, Southampton either.

4.49 at mine as well.

"davej1710 has just replied with the following:
Proveright
"You know I always thought WD40 was an oil but it is actually a solvent. Go figure......"



Actually it is made out of Fish Oil !


Myth, sorry .

fish oil myth "

No. The WD 40 site says the spraying WD40 on your hook to catch more fish is a myth. It does not say that Fish oil is not in the product ! It claims the ingredients are secret , though I do not see how you could sell anything legally, without divulging the ingredients ! It could contain arsenic if you get my drift.

My info came from the BBC prog QI where Stephen Fry said the Little elves ( researchers )_ at QI said the main ingredient in WD40 was fish oil!

Proveright

"davej1710 has just replied with the following:Proveright"You know I … "davej1710 has just replied with the following:Proveright"You know I always thought WD40 was an oil but it is actually a solvent. Go figure......"Actually it is made out of Fish Oil !Myth, sorry . :(fish oil myth "No. The WD 40 site says the spraying WD40 on your hook to catch more fish is a myth. It does not say that Fish oil is not in the product ! It claims the ingredients are secret , though I do not see how you could sell anything legally, without divulging the ingredients ! It could contain arsenic if you get my drift.My info came from the BBC prog QI where Stephen Fry said the Little elves ( researchers )_ at QI said the main ingredient in WD40 was fish oil!



WHAT A FISH STORY!

Myth: WD-40 contains fish oil.

Fact: Consumers have told us over the years that they have caught some of the biggest fish ever after protecting their fish hooks and lures with WD-40. We believe this legend came from folks assuming that the product must contain fish oil since it appears to attract fish. Sorry Charlie®, it just ain’t so.

WD-40 Company has taken steps to respect and conserve the environment, and encourages its users to do the same. While WD-40 can be used to help protect fishing equipment from rust and corrosion, WD-40 Company does not recommend using WD-40 to attract fish.
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