Known as the "can with a thousand uses," WD-40 is an all-purpose lubricant that helps you fight rust and corrosion. This 12-ounce can features a brand-new design with a permanently attached straw--so you won't have to worry about losing the little red straw ever again! Using WD-40, you'll be able to eliminate rust, penetrate hard-to-reach areas, dissolve adhesives, silence squeaky hinges, and more.
A Proven Lubricant Formula
"This will save a load of time and money!" - Mike, plumber
Invented in 1953, WD-40 uses a unique and reliable formula that purges grease, grime, and rust from any hard surface. It works by displacing moisture, effectively shielding metal against water and other corrosive elements. WD-40 can also function as a stain remover, and it is able to eat through annoying adhesives and stickers. The lubricant is powerful and only takes a small amount to work, ensuring that your 12-ounce can will last you a long time.
Convenient New Can Design
|"WD-40. There's Always Another Use®"|
WD-40 has gained a reputation for its versatile range of uses. It can be used in a multitude of household applications, including:
- Do-It-Yourself Home Improvement: A can of WD-40 is an essential part of any DIY toolbox. Use it to lubricate squeaky hinges, clean barbeque grills, free up sticky mechanisms, and protect your tools from harmful rust.
- Gardening: WD-40 helps make tilling, planting, weeding, and many other gardening tasks easier. If you're working in moist soil, lubricate your tools after you're done to help protect them and increase their life span.
- Electronics: Since WD-40's formula displaces moisture, it can help quickly dry out electrical systems to eliminate moisture-induced short circuits.
- Sports and Recreation: If you're a fisherman, cyclist, pool shark, or anything in between, you know that rust can get in the way of your fun. WD-40 helps you better maintain your equipment: use it to lubricate your gears, de-rust your bike chains, and avoid costly repairs.
- Automotive: WD-40 helps you keep your car in peak condition. Use it to remove grease and grime from your bumpers, penetrate stuck lug nuts, and prevent rust from blemishing your paint job.
The WD-40 can has been designed with convenience in mind, and it allows for simple one-handed operation. Better yet, the design has been revised to prevent loss of the red straw. The straw is now permanently attached to the can by a hinge, making your WD-40 experience easier than ever. To get a wide-arcing spray, simply push the hinge down to remove the straw. If you're doing precision work, shift the hinge back up and use the straw for a more focused stream.
|Never Lose the Straw Again®|
Sprays just like regular WD-40, with and without the straw.
The WD-40 multi-use spray with Smart Straw contains 12 oz. of lubricant that can be applied to almost any item to reduce friction and protect metal from rust and other corrosion. With over 2,000 documented uses, WD-40 is also commonly used to loosen stuck metal parts, remove grease and grime, silence squeaky components, and displace water to remove moisture from electrical systems. Even after the lubricant has dried, it continues to protect surfaces from corrosion. The lubricant’s petroleum base permits use on most materials, excluding polycarbonate and clear polystyrene. The aerosol canister contains 12 oz. of lubricant and is sized for portability. It has a permanently attached, hinged straw, which offers two spraying options: The straw flips up to provide a precision stream of lubricant for controlled application and flips down for a fan-shaped spray from the nozzle for faster application over large areas.
WD-40 manufactures lubricants, and household and industrial cleaners. The company is headquartered in San Diego, CA.