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Dry Lube PTFE Spray - Dirt & Dust Resistant Dry Lube | WD-40
UPC 0 79567 30005 2
UPC 0 79567 30005 2
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WD-40 Specialist® Dry Lube

WD-40 Specialist® Dry Lube with PTFE is a dry lubricant that keeps your equipment running smoothly with long-lasting corrosion protection that does not attract dirt, dust, or oil. It provides superior lubrication and long-lasting corrosion protection with no oily residue. Best used where cleanliness and maximum performance are required as it dries quick leaving behind a lubricating film that resists dirt, dust and oil buildups. Great for reducing friction and wear on blades and bits, door and window tracks, slides, conveyor belts, rollers, hinges, table saws, lathes, power tools and equipment. Effective in temperatures ranging from -50°F to 500°F. 

  • Safe to use on wood, paper, fabrics, leather, metal, rubber and most plastics (except clear polycarbonate and polystyrene).
  • NSF Category H2 (#146856)
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4.44 (66 Customer Reviews)
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Noah

Great dry lubricant

This product worked so good. I used this on door locks in the house and on the car. Makes operations smooth, doesn’t attract dirt, repels powder and protects with the durability. This stuff is a must for any tool box. It works like a charm and keep things working in adverse conditions. Lasts a pretty long time before it needs to be reapplied. I’m amazed how it works

RicoDLC

Great Dry Lube

I use this on my sliding door rails and garage door. It's amazing the difference it makes. I usually have to reapply this every 4-6 months, which is a lot longer than other products I've tried. The dust and dirt resistance does seem to make a difference. I can tell in the sliding door rails there isn't as much dirt as I usually see there.

Trey

Squeaks are Now Obsolete!

I was really impressed with this WD-40 Specialist Dirt & Dust Resistant Dry Lube because it works as easily as original WD-40, but has the added benefit of not being messy or drippy like the original. The can is a full 10 ounces and has an updated nozzle that still offers a spray or pinpoint stream, but you won't lose the red straw because it's attached and you just flip it up for use or down for a wide spray from the nozzle. We eliminated all kinds of squeaks from the garage door, several bedroom doors, and even a squeaky floorboard stopped squeaking after I sprayed some of this down between the floor panels. I heard the neighbor's garage door squeaking, so I offered the services of WD-40 Specialist Dirt & Dust Resistant Dry Lube; we eliminated the squeaks. I used it on some outdoor patio furniture that swivelled and squeaked. No more squeaks! It's especially impressive how "clean" the area stays since this is not a liquid that will run down from door hinges, etc. Buy it and you'll be searching out squeaks too!

hman

Always comes in handy.

I use wd 40 for anything that needs lubrication: squeaky doors, gears on my bike, squeaky hinges, power tools, etc. This particular product is nice because the dry lube does not feel oily like other products and it reduces staining. I have used this on all of the door hinges in my home and it does not run and it works like a charm.

Thank you for sharing feedback about your experiences with this product. Stories and details of usage from people like you help everyone learn how best to apply these insights to their own life and problem-solving needs. Thank you for choosing WD-40 Brand Products.
- April 5, 2021

Holds Up Great to Dirt/Dust

We used WD40’s Dirt and Dust resistant dry lube for a few items around the house - drilling steel, garage door rollers, and in lieu of graphite for a lock - and have had great results. For those who use WD40, the consistency is different and the spray comes out in gray with the potential to stain. The WD40 can still has the great straw sprayer that it’s know for to hit those hard to reach places. Aside from the potential of minor staining, the WD40 dry lube spray is ideal for the garage or shop.

These are excellent uses -- thank you for sharing your experiences with this product. We strive to offer the resources to help people solve problems at work, at home, or on the go. We appreciate your insights and contributions to this process -- thank you for choosing WD-40 Brand Products.
- April 5, 2021
ChrisM

Great product

This WD40 Specialist - WD-40 Specialist Dirt & Dust Resistant Dry Lube is a must have for everyone. I used it on squeaky doors and bike chains and a lot more. It is great for little jobs that you do not want covered in oily residue. It is easy to use especially with the little red straw to really get in and it drys it seconds.

Thank you for sharing feedback about your experiences with this product. Stories and details of usage from people like you help everyone learn how best to apply these insights to their own life and problem-solving needs. Thank you for choosing WD-40 Brand Products.
- April 5, 2021
woodshopper5

Works great in the workshop!

I am using this in the workshop to keep my tools operating freely. I have the best results under the table saw in all the gears for the angle and depth adjustments. I really noticed results during the cleanout. This really works great and I highly recommend it!

Thank you for sharing your thoughts and insights about using this product on table saws and other equipment in the shop. Keeping things tidy when working with wood is a constant struggle, and we're glad to offer a helping hand. Thank you for choosing WD-40 Brand Products.
- April 5, 2021
TechMan39

Great Lube for Special Applications

I was glad to see WD-40 come out with dry lube for those applications where you don't need or want a wet oil which attracts dirt and debris. This is marketed as a dry lube, and the can states you just spray it on and it will dry. I tried this on my pruning saw blade which always gets gunked up and cuts worse as friction increases. I cleaned my blade, and then sprayed this on both sides, and left it to dry. When I came back about 30 minutes to an hour later, it hadn't dried as the can states. I docked a star for this, but its fairly easily remedied by grabbing an old t-shirt or rag and buffing it then it was dry to the touch. Now to test it. I was able to cut sticky, sappy pine branches without the blade binding up! The blade cut through like a hot knife through butter. After this test, I tried cutting some cedar branches and again, no issues or binding, the bladed cut smooth and easy. Afterwards I examined the blade, and to my surprise there was only minimal gunk on the blade, whereas before the blade would've needed a full deep clean. I definitely recommend this dry lube, use it anywhere you need to lube but don't want or need an oily wet mess.

Thank you for sharing your experiences with this product, especially with such detail. It's very helpful for people to read of the trials and successes others have had with our products to inform their own usage. We appreciate your time and consideration when sharing these thoughts and insights. Thank you for choosing WD-40 Brand Products.
- April 5, 2021
Artyy

As always works great

Always a solid product by WD-40. Pretty much always need this in my toolbox. Love the smart spray via the straw. Dries fairly quickly. Used this for my door locks and car locks. Also, used this to lube my saw blades. Again, the straw is very convenient for small cracks like the door locks,etc.

Thank you for sharing feedback about your experiences with this product. Stories and details of usage from people like you help everyone learn how best to apply these insights to their own life and problem-solving needs. Thank you for choosing WD-40 Brand Products.
- April 5, 2021
Shemar

Works amazing

I've used this WD-40 on multiple occasions. I used it for this creaky door I had and sprayed a little of this and the sound was gone. I used it also on my fan that had a bit of a loud sound and this worked instant when sprayed. It lubricates the area just right. I would recommend.