WD-40® Specialist® Industrial-Strength Degreaser 15 oz.
WD-40® Specialist® Industrial-Strength Degreaser
A powerful solvent-based degreaser that actually dissolves grease and oil.
WD-40® Specialist® Industrial-Strength Degreaser Fast-Acting Formula quickly cleans tools, machinery, engines and equipment to look like new and run smooth. Contains WD-40® PowerSolve Technology™, a proprietary solvent that quickly breaks down grease, yet unlike other harsh degreaser solvents is safe on most surfaces including metals, plastics, rubber, glass, aluminum and more (if unsure test on a small area first). Great for use on automotive and truck engines, tire rims, tractors, forklifts, gears and chains, industrial machinery, power equipment and other metal tools. Safe on metals, plastics, and rubber.
- High flashpoint, no residue, and multi-surface
- 50-state VOC compliant
- NSF Category K1 (#150956)
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I have dean vedetta guitar
And it has a lot of special wiring inside it so I needed a spray that would keep my.....instrument sounds clean clear and static free.
Degreases Motorcycle Chains Nicely
I keep hoping the WD-40 Specialist Motorbike products will eventually sell here in the USA, but they appear to be a UK exclusive at the moment. I was going to use the original WD-40 to degrease the chain on my motorcycle, but thought it might leave a film behind. I saw WD-40 Industrial-Strength Degreaser at Home Depot so I decided to use it instead. It got the grease and grime off my motorcycle chain and didn't leave a film behind. It's an excellent product!
I used this to clean up around valve covers on 1999 dodge dacata sport 160,000 miles it was a real mess wd40 softened up the goop and made the job much faster
Bought a can at Home Depot to try based on previous good experiences with the specialist line from WD40. There was a mail in rebate for the full cost of the product so I figured I had nothing to lose. Half my personal fleet of vehicles is pre 1990 diesels and as such I have an abundance of diesel oil drops on my concrete driveway and garage floor. I figured I'd give this a shot. One quick spray, about 5 seconds of soaking, and a wipe with a shop towel and the stain was gone. Can't wait to clean the entire driveway with it and a pressure washer. Also used it to remove some annoying label adhesive on a new galbanized bucket and was a bit skeptical as I've really only ever had good luck using heavier solvents like paint striker to remove sticker gunk easily. A spray, wipe, repeat just twice took it clean off with no residue. I would definitely buy again.