WD-40 Specialist® Dry Lube
A dry lubricant that keeps your equipment running smoothly with long-lasting corrosion protection that does not attract dirt, dust, or oil.
WD-40 Specialist® Dry Lube with PTFE 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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I wish I could have given it 0 stars.
I have been experiencing issues with wood pellets not sliding down in the hopper of my pellet furnace. I read a forum post where someone was experiencing the same issue. Someone suggested trying a Teflon dry lube on the sloped surfaces to make it more slippery. They didn't recommend a particular brand. I thought this sounded like a good idea so off I go to autozone. I picked up a can of the wd40 dry lube. On the label it claims that it is the perfect solution for any area where cleanliness counts because it dries in seconds and leaves no oily residue and will not attract dust. So I buy it and go home and clean out my stoves hopper. It was warm in the house and the stove was not hot because I turned it off. I followed the directions shaking the can vigorously for over 30 seconds. I sprayed the surface and waited for it to dry. After 10 minutes of waiting for it to dry I finally gave up, it was still wet and oily. I took a paper towel and wiped it down. What a mess this garbage made. It still has an oily film causing my problem to be worse than ever. The dust and fines collect on everything. It was a complete disaster. This product lived up to 0.0 of the claims made on the label, it never dried and it collects as much dust as it possibly can. This can of snake oil is going in the trash.
Love the new lineup!
I love the Specialist line of products from WD-40. I have used the penetrating WD-40 for years and am pleased to see them come out with a whole lineup of lubrication, cleaning, and penetrating products. It is taking time for people to catch on to the fact that WD-40 is not just the old penetrating oil to loosen stuck bolts, etc. Perhaps WD-40 needs a national ad campaign to educate America on the differences in their products. Great products and a company I have grown to trust.
Best product I’ve ever used for big comercial and industrial damper systems. Lubricates excellent, last’s a long time, and doesn’t collect dirt and grime.
I recently used this product on some door knobs that were hard to use. Worked perfectly.
DOES NOT DRY.
BEWARE THIS PRODUCT DOES NOT DRY. Its basically a clear oil like substance which after 3 days is still not dry. It only seems to dry partially and leaves behind a greasy oily finish. Wasted my money and ruined my project with this garbage. Its basically an oil like any other.
WOW! way to go WD40
Love using this under carriage and under hood of my car. Put some safety glasses on and spray what ever you do not want to rust and wipe down. Leaves a nice finish . love the feel of my door locks on my 11 year old jeep Reading the negative reviews makes me realize people dont read directions Sprayer is fine. Just treat the can like tou treat your car. Be gentle and remember... It's a plastic sprayer
My "GoTo" for band saw blade lubrication
I frequently cut aluminum on my band saw. While the regular WD-40 works well, it leaves an oily residue on my cuts that I have to clean off before TIG welding. The Dry Lube doesn't affect the welds and seems to last longer on my blade
A staple in maintaining high speed printers
Me and my entire team now carry this as a primary lubricant for digital press and high speed toner printers. Effectively extending some parts life by as much as double.
Smart Straw is leaky- - Not so smart!
When I tried the smart straw in the "up" ("pinpoint stream") position, I got a bonus leak all over my window sills; some dripped down, some sprayed up and a little came out the straw. Not well designed or, poor quality control.