Wilko Maintenance Spray 200ml £1.00 (same as WD40) @ Wilko's
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Wilko Maintenance Spray 200ml £1.00 (same as WD40) @ Wilko's

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Found 9th Mar 2013
Wilko Maintenance Spray 200ml still only £1.00!! works just as good as WD40

FREE to reserve collect from store or just call a take one from the shelf

Starts wet engines. Cleans and protects. Penetrates and lubricates.

WARNING; Extremely Flammable; Dangerous for the environment. Keep away from children.

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Original Poster

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To keep the "downstairs" in tip top condition

Isnt WD40 in poundland anyway? (_;)

118luke

Isnt WD40 in poundland anyway? (_;)


Yes but you only get 100ml for a quid

I use this to loosen the lid on my WD40 when it's stuck.

you only need two items in your toolbox and this is one of them!

WD40 to get things moving that aint, and
Gaffer tape to stop things moving that should'nt be!!!

OOS

Banned

WD40 is not a lubricant.

Original Poster

khufu

OOS


...being OOS on the website just means that you can't order the item into store from their main warehouse/ depot. If you check in store (or ring them 1st) I'm sure they'll have it on the shelf with it being their own product

Pluun

WD40 is not a lubricant.


really?
http://www.wd40.com/files/images/graph3in73498156.png

WD-40
Type Public (NASDAQ: WDFC)
Industry lubrication
Genre lubrication
Founded 1953
Headquarters San Diego, California, USA
Products lubrication
Website http://www.wd40.com

Function
The long-term active ingredient is a non-volatile, viscous oil which remains on the surface, providing lubrication and protection from moisture

Banned

khufu

OOS

Pluun

WD40 is not a lubricant.



WD-40 isn't actually a true lubricant. WD stands for water displacing. The main use for WD-40 is as a solvent and a rust dissolver. The lubricant-like properties of WD-40 are from rapidly evaporating components. It won't last. True lubricants include things like silicone, grease, Teflon, graphite, etc. WD-40 can be good as a first go at things, it can help clean up rust or other grime and then you can apply your lubricant.
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