WD-40® Specialist® Degreaser
A powerful solvent-based degreaser that actually dissolves grease and oil.
WD-40 Specialist® Degreaser is an industrial-strength fast acting formula that quickly cleans tools, machinery, engines and equipment to look like new and run smooth. Contains a WD-40® proprietary industrial-strength 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, tractors, forklifts, gears and chains, industrial machinery, power equipment and other metal tools with heavy greasy soils & messes.
- High flashpoint, no residue, and multi-surface
- Dissolves grease and oil with WD40(R) proprietary technology
- 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.