WD40 Tesco 100ml was £1.50 now 38p
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WD40 Tesco 100ml was £1.50 now 38p

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Found 9th Jan 2013
Found this in my local Tesco Werrington Peterborough Cambs WD40 100ml now 38p not sure if it is national.

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Original Poster

Sorry I did upload a picture not sure what happened ?

Tesco sets off warning bells with me on this site nowadays! too much goose chasing

Original Poster

chaplin

Tesco sets off warning bells with me on this site nowadays! too much … Tesco sets off warning bells with me on this site nowadays! too much goose chasing



Wasn't looking for a Goose though just general shopping when I came across these.

Great price and worth checking if going to Tesco to shop.

These deals are mainly individual stores cutting a certain line. Good for those who can benefit!

This is a Hot UK Deal in a Hot UK Deal world.

revzman

This is a Hot UK Deal in a Hot UK Deal world.



LIke material in a material world then (_;)

The little cans are just a pound in Poundland.

How many did you see there? I might pop in tomorrow... only live round the corner.

djmutters

Sorry I did upload a picture not sure what happened ?

try again?

Limited to One per store.

wilkos do a large tin for a quid, homebrand but its just as good

bridge house

Limited to One per store.



I got 4 in Cambridge so obviously not

40 tries?

pathetic!

HOT ;-)

Remember this is a water dispersant and not a lubricant...

dsuk

Remember this is a water dispersant and not a lubricant...


Yeah it's hilarious when people try and lubricate their door hinges with WD40...!

electrogear

Yeah it's hilarious when people try and lubricate their door hinges with … Yeah it's hilarious when people try and lubricate their door hinges with WD40...!



Or, even worse, when they try to lubricate their............

Awesome 2.63157894737x cheaper than poundland!

Newbold

Or, even worse, when they try to lubricate their............


d!ck!

wettus

I got 4 in Cambridge so obviously not


Do you know what a joke is?

chaplin

Tesco sets off warning bells with me on this site nowadays! too much … Tesco sets off warning bells with me on this site nowadays! too much goose chasing


u no that. they are just trying to get people into store

electrogear

Yeah it's hilarious when people try and lubricate their door hinges with … Yeah it's hilarious when people try and lubricate their door hinges with WD40...!


got a can right here it says lubricates and protects secateurs on the back
something i failed to do last winter

Banned

dsuk

Remember this is a water dispersant and not a lubricant...


Correction: water dispersant AND a lubricant.

HTH.

dsuk

Remember this is a water dispersant and not a lubricant...


wd40.com/pro…ts/
2000+ Uses for WD-40.
THE FIVE BASIC FUNCTIONS:

LUBRICATES: WD-40's lubricating ingredients are widely dispersed and hold firmly to all moving parts.

REMOVES: WD-40 gets under grease, grime, and gunk. WD-40 non-aerosol formulas also dissolve adhesives, allowing easy removal of labels, tape, stickers, and excess bonding material.

PROTECTS: WD-40 protects metal surfaces with corrosion-resistant ingredients to shield against moisture and other corrosive elements.

PENETRATES: WD-40 loosens rust-to-metal bonds and frees stuck, frozen or rusted metal parts.

DISPLACES MOISTURE: Because WD-40 displaces moisture, it quickly dries out electrical systems to eliminate moisture-induced short circuits.

Original Poster

bridge house

Limited to One per store.



Not true I bought 6 cans.

You are kidding me right...? seriously I bought a can today from Robert D***s and paid £4.99!!!!! FOUR POUNDS NINETY NINE PENCE. It was central London, but what a markup. Red hot

SanTokiMTB

Correction: water dispersant AND a lubricant.HTH.



Correction: water displacement AND a lubricant.

SanTokiMTB

Correction: water dispersant AND a lubricant.HTH.



It's not a proper lubricant. It was designed as a water displacement chemical (hence WD-40). It does contain a small amount of mineral oil which has a temporary lubricating property but it is not designed as a long term lubricating oil, like motor oil, silicone oil, graphite based compounds, grease, etc. WD-40 is very handy for things like freeing up seized moving parts that have become rusty through presence of water. It's also good for things like keeping your tools or tablesaw bed free of moisture with regular application.

If you try and use this as a lubricant, you will be applying it every few weeks and it probably won't have any effect on heavy mechanics like car door hinges.

Not sure if 2 posters on page 1 are playing silly buggers here but I use it on all my door hinges, stops them squeaking in no time, to be honest there isn't many problems I've come across round the house that a can of WD40 or a hammer can't fix

dannymccann

Not sure if 2 posters on page 1 are playing silly buggers here but I use … Not sure if 2 posters on page 1 are playing silly buggers here but I use it on all my door hinges, stops them squeaking in no time, to be honest there isn't many problems I've come across round the house that a can of WD40 or a hammer can't fix



Not "playing silly buggers", I just know what WD40 is used for and what it should not be used for because I did my research first before just buying a cheap product off a shelf. To stop things squeaking permanently you need lubrication. WD40 contains 15% mineral oil which is not a long term lubricant. You can get a tube of silicone grease pretty cheap and it will last a lifetime. It is also useful as a sealant. I applied some "temporarily" to a leaky window frame 5 years ago and it's still keeping the water out...

Flipping heck who knew that WD40 could cause such a debate?! I try it for everything that needs doing and it usually works! Car stuff, DIY stuff, sticky stuff, squeaky stuff, rusty stuff, removing scuff marks, removing grease from clothes....

CGORST

Flipping heck who knew that WD40 could cause such a debate?! I try it … Flipping heck who knew that WD40 could cause such a debate?! I try it for everything that needs doing and it usually works! Car stuff, DIY stuff, sticky stuff, squeaky stuff, rusty stuff, removing scuff marks, removing grease from clothes....



Haha exactly, you just said it :P If it removes grease from your clothes it's not going to do your pre-greased hinges a lot of good

Mr Sheen works equally well on door hinges/squeeky stuff.

dsuk

Remember this is a water dispersant and not a lubricant...



wrong it is a lubricant as well is it not penetrating oil then
Edited by: "0scar222" 9th Jan 2013

Banned

geedub

Correction: water displacement AND a lubricant.



could be a water displacement lubricant ;p

good lube for bike chains and stops rusting
Edited by: "koimaster" 9th Jan 2013

0scar222

wrong it is a lubricant as well is it not penetrating oil then



Not exactly. It has some oil in it but not much. It's a penetrating compound for freeing up clogged/rusty parts and will actually drive out other greases and thicker oils so it often has the opposite of the desired effect if you're trying to use it as a long term lubricant.

Also can work for crackly volume controls, manual tuning etc.

My preferred choice of PTFE spray is whatever I find for £1 or less.

koimaster

good lube for bike chains and stops rusting



Using it on a bike chain is ideal as it cleans very well, but as a negative side effect it does also degrease so you need to apply often and liberally or even better, use it to clean, then a few hours later apply a proper chain oil. It can work as a chain lubricant but you need to apply every 2 - 3 rides, or if you don't use your bike every day then before each ride.
Edited by: "electrogear" 9th Jan 2013

according to their COSHH declaration the formula is:
Naphtha (petroleum), hydrotreated heavy: 67%, Solvent dewaxed paraffinic distillates: 21%, carbon dioxide: 2-3%

or from their materials data sheet
Aliphatic Petroleum Distillates 64742-47-8 60-70%
Petroleum Base Oil 64742-58-1 20-30%

I've always found it a very good lubricant and use it solely on my motorbike chain. Its lasted two years without adjudtment so far, I followed a friends reccomendation after his lasted 40,000 miles. Apply regularily, the chain remains clean and more importantly not coated with grinding paste formed from the mixture of dirt and regular chain lube.
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