WD40 - 5 LITRES  + APPLICATOR SPRAY - BUY IN BULK AND SAVE!  £21.10 DELIVERED (EBAY seller Darcol UK)
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WD40 - 5 LITRES + APPLICATOR SPRAY - BUY IN BULK AND SAVE! £21.10 DELIVERED (EBAY seller Darcol UK)

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Found 9th Jul 2016
Save a fortune on the tiny spray cans (which contain only partly WD40 - the rest is just the propellant to push it out of the can) with this 5 litre container of pure WD40 - complete with a spray applicator to fill from it.

Lasts a long, long time, it's cheaper, and it's always there when you need it.

WD-40 is a mixture of chemical concentrates suspended in a high grade petroleum distillate.

Will not affect fabrics, rubbers or plastics.

Its working temperature is between minus 100º F to plus 300 degrees F.
WD-40 is an all purpose liquid for displacing moisture corrosion control, lubrication, cleaning and penetration.

WD-40 has the ability to penetrate the minute grain boundaries on all metals, although not essentially a lubricant, WD-40 is regularly used to lubricate all light machinery and electrical equipment.

Thoroughly recommended to clean, preserve and protect all tools.

5 Litre container plus spray.
Box Contains

1 x 5 Litre can of WD-40
1 x spray applicator
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Like this last years, I'm currently 15 years in my last 5ltr wd40!
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If I bought this I could pass it down to my children, and them to theirs. Good deal though if you need this much
That's a lot of squeaky doors!
same seller on amazon, allowing you to use flubit for a cheaper price

WD-40 44506 protection spray 5L Bottle
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Final Price: £18.68 (inclusive of 1 item, VAT & Standard Delivery)
Merchant fullfilling order: M.A.C. UK TRADING LTD (AKA toolbank.com/188…887)

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Edited by: "watson44" 9th Jul 2016
2000+ uses for WD40 here: 2000+ uses

I'm sure we can add a few more...........8)
This is lovely with a dash of lemonade.

Cheers OP.
On QI they said WD40 is essentially fish oil .
Which is why anglers coat their bait and fish hooks with it .

Sometime ago there was a debate on here by people claiming it was not fish oil , but I will stick with it is and yes it is very useful and has lots of uses.
No offence but that amount of WD40 is enough to last about 10 lifetimes!
Cleopatra bathed in it.
Hot, ordered!
Not sure a handheld pump is going to give quite the same penetration as the pressurised cans, nothing like them for really getting into the bike parts. Great price for a lifetime of WD40 though - at this price it might be worth trying a quick bath in it.. Might sort out my sore muscles after a long ride?
about 10 years in to my last 5ltr bottle still going
Great deal. Doubt I use it for this though -
Prevents the hydraulic unit on a BO105 helicopter from malfunctioning;
Apply WD-40 every morning during daily inspection.***
As suggested its not a lubricant and as used for such will promote oxidizing in steel components
does this stuff ever expire(or separate etc) 'cos this would be my 4X lifetime supply of door hinge lube
Yes, I spent time going through the 2000+ uses and be warned, you cannot use full cans as bookends with this particular product.

Actually, just found a use for it...

Lubricates power injecting device strung from the ceiling in Cardiac
Catheterization Lab.

Frankenstein will rise again...

Bought..thanks OP




effingandjeffing

does this stuff ever expire(or separate etc) 'cos this would be my 4X … does this stuff ever expire(or separate etc) 'cos this would be my 4X lifetime supply of door hinge lube


Not at all suitable for that I'm afraid.
Wait so your not supposed to use wd40 for squeaky door hinges?
if nasa can use it for their squeaky door don't see why not
bbfb123

Wait so your not supposed to use wd40 for squeaky door hinges?


Sorry - nope: lifehacker.com/589…-40
bbfb123

Wait so your not supposed to use wd40 for squeaky door hinges?



No because it attracts a lot of dust. You would use a PTFE/Silicon spray for lubrication.
Bought this last month on amazon did my scooter with it today, seems much better than the spray
That would last me until the end of time...
OOS
Newbold

2000+ uses for WD40 here: 2000+ usesI'm sure we can add a few … 2000+ uses for WD40 here: 2000+ usesI'm sure we can add a few more...........8)



I have up reading at "• Use full cans for bookends'
oilit

OOS



I don't think so:

More than 10 available
33 sold in 24 hours

StonedSte

No because it attracts a lot of dust. You would use a PTFE/Silicon spray … No because it attracts a lot of dust. You would use a PTFE/Silicon spray for lubrication.


They do actually produce a PTFE lubricant spray under the same brand name for some strange reason

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Edited by: "arachnoid" 10th Jul 2016
arachnoid

They do actually produce a PTFE lubricant spray under the same brand name … They do actually produce a PTFE lubricant spray under the same brand name for some strange reason



Just use a few drops of the cheap 3-in-1 oil

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Edited by: "amkhan" 10th Jul 2016
Thanks, poster....ordered.
Newbold

I don't think so:More than 10 available33 sold in 24 hours:)



LOL - well it was - must have added more.
Bought 10L at about this price in 2007, just finishing it now...with help from my friends. The last dregs do seem to go brown and unappealing though still useable. A good use is on bikes and motorbikes over the winter. Apply liberally and frequently, comes off easily in the spring leaving components protected and shiny.
Looks like Amazon are after a slice of the action too......

Here.

...noticed its the same seller.
Edited by: "Monkeybumcheeks" 10th Jul 2016
heat added good find, save on the Lube on my Rabbit
Georgedeals

heat added good find, save on the Lube on my Rabbit



Bet its a nightmare washing it out of its fur though.
Werdna

I have up reading at "• Use full cans for bookends'


Lol, I briefly scanned the list and that line jumped out at me. I stopped scanning at that point too!
Great, doesn't last long enough for me, superb for keeping pigeons off the roof.
Shamelessly stole this from a Facebook post.

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sbellseb

Great, doesn't last long enough for me, superb for keeping pigeons off … Great, doesn't last long enough for me, superb for keeping pigeons off the roof.



Top Tip. Save money on WD40 by super gluing a cat to your ridge tiles, hey presto, no more pesky pigeons
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That lost will sort out your rusty nuts...
GlentoranMark

Shamelessly stole this from a Facebook post.



Definitely 110% real, whoever says that's fake well you should be ashamed of yourself. Everything on Facebook is 120% true all of the time, every single time.
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