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The WD-40 multi-use spray with Smart Straw contains 11 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 11 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.
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|"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:
|Never Lose the Straw Again®|
Sprays just like regular WD-40, with and without the straw.
Works great for lubricating metal parts. I use it as a first attempt at loosening over-tightened bolts (penetrating oil comes next). Read morePublished 1 day ago by Buyer of Things
You cannot beat some wd40. I really like the two spray options on this can, too. It made all the doors in our house go from squeaky to silent, in just seconds.Published 21 days ago by zac
I mean it's WD 40, so there's not much to say. Works as intended. As it always really has.Published 22 days ago by Anna King
Bought it to remove rust on outdoor dog leads. Worked well after a few applications.Published 28 days ago by David Klinger