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WD-40 450ml with smart straw £3.75 (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 20th JunPosted 20th Jun
Always good to have one of these at hand!

Water displacement 40th formula


Helped out immensely with my rusted screws, couldn’t get em to turn but one spray of this did the trick (cheeky)


It works miracles on my fan, its twice as fast after a quick spray.


In actual use I'd say the smart straw type is significantly better. Really a huge improvement. Better than the old style where the straw always got lost.


The straw is smarter then u (lol) (y)

Wd 40 Smart Straw 450Ml £2.75 (Clubcard price) @ Tesco
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Posted 9th JunPosted 9th Jun
Half price on Wd 40 Smart Straw 450Ml for £2.75, offer from 10th June online and instore. Please note this is a Clubcard price. If ordering online, you can order now for deliveries… Read more

Bought a Buck 119 Special a few weeks ago and it came with a warning to meet California legislation stating, "This knife may cause cancer". Must admit, I was expecting the desired outcome to be a bit more immediate than that!! (lol) (lol) (lol)


Perhaps they should call it WMD 40...


Thats an interesting link thnx. The comments below it too. Cheap by the gallon in the old days. Limpwristed califironia is the bane of the world. I dont see it shouting about glyphosate and its planet destroying chemicals. more on the subject here. Im guessing that plastics and rubbers these days have all changed too which wont help. Nothing seems to get better any more in this shortcut cost cutting ethos. https://www.quora.com/Why-is-WD-40-illegal-in-California


Found a link online here which implies they had to change the formula a few years ago to meet environmental regs - less volatile compounds or something... so good advice to be cautious if you haven't used it for a while... and as one wag mentioned - shouldn't this be called WD-41?! :)


Try sayin that to the seagulls! :p

WD-40 Bike Chains & Gears Degreaser 500ml - £4.50 (+£4.49 non Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Reduced from £8.99 CLEANER & DEGREASER – Removes dirt and grime to extend the life of moving parts of your road bike, off-road or mountain bicycle WORKS FAST – Removes greas… Read more

Why would he use a degreaser on a creaky chair? Surely that would make it worse, not better


Danger Extremely flammable aerosol. May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways. May cause drowsiness or dizziness. Pressurised container: May burst if heated. Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness or cracking.


Don't use this indoors, i know someone who ended up using this to fix a creaking chair, he ends up in hospital from inhaling the fumes


Gotcha! Thanks!


In this case "WD-40" is the brand rather than the product. This is used to remove old lubricant (and dirt along with it) from components, hopefully before adding some back. Like a full oil change where you have to drain the system first. The classic WD-40 is for seized and/or rusty components. It's great to get things moving but, again, should normally followed by some application-specific lubricant. It would be a poor general use lubricant for bikes.

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WD-40 Specialist Silicone 400ml £5.39 C&C @ Toolstation
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
WD-40 Specialist Silicone 400ml £5.39 C&C @ Toolstation£5.39Toolstation Deals

Thank you (y)


100% agree, the white lithium grease is excellent forcar door hinges and also garage door runners too.


Silicone... but id tape or mask the runners to ensure none gets anywhere else...


Please can someone tell me which type would be suitable for sliding shower doors?


You want white lithium grease for this. I used it on the car hinges the other day

WD-40 Specialist Bundle 400ml(1x Dry PTFE Lubricant, 1x Silicone Lubricant, 1x Contact Cleaner) £14.38 Prime (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
WD-40 Specialist Bundle 400ml(1x Dry PTFE Lubricant, 1x Silicone Lubricant, 1x Contact Cleaner) £14.38 Prime (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon£14.38£20.9931% off Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals

Lol, pmsl (party)


Your ceased up googling fingers...


What would you use these on?


I've tried both, the PTFE is far better IMO. Good for unjamming a lock as graphite would normally require inserting a key to spread the graphite around. also good for bike chains etc maybe just get the PTFE from screwfix? £5.49 https://www.screwfix.com/p/wd-40-dry-ptfe-lubricant-400ml/36613