WD-40® Multi-Use Product
WD-40® Multi-Use Product protects metal from rust and corrosion, penetrates stuck parts, displaces moisture and lubricates almost anything. WD-40® One Gallon is ideal for heavy jobs that require soaking and dipping.
- Ideal for soaking and dipping
- Heavy-duty use
- 50-state VOC compliant
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I use to spray my machines and equipment with it to keep them from rusting. Now the new formula oxidizes bare metal faster than ever. Officially a terrible product now.
I use this for everything including decal residue removal. Works great.
Used this product on a 1978 V.W T2 Campervan as a polish. Was amazed at the speed it took me to complete the whole vehicle. Just spray a panel at a time and just wipe and buff . Excellent shine !
Try this at work, Remanufacturing Automotive Parts
100% recomended for all process that you whant to apply it. 100% working on machines, presses, etc. if you love to build great things with better quality... use best quality fluids like WD 40
Juice GREAT ~ Can SUCKS!
I buy the Gallon metal can and spray liberally. I've been doing it for decades. When I refill my spray bottle, I dribble all over the place. Please make a plastic can that pours without making a mess.
I sometimes lose the pressure in a can of WD40. There is still fluid inside but there is no squirt.
Unable to open can
Bought a one gallon can a month ago. Took the cap off, only to find another metal barrier. How do I get past the barrier? Pry it out? Puncture it?
1 gallon can
I just came home with the 1 gal. can of WD-40 and 2 of their spray bottles. Used a funnel to help with the fill, lost about 5 ounces trying. Is there a spout you can get for the can???
Great Value - Need a Gallon Sprayer That Holds Up
I spray the blades and deck on my lawn tractor with WD-40 after every use, so buying it by the gallon is the only way to go! It keeps grass clippings from sticking and prevents rust. After 10 years of mowing, there's not a spec of rust to be found underneath the cutting deck. However, I go through a lot of gallon sprayers because i can't find one that hold up to this stuff. Anyone know of a sprayer that can handle it (and that's affordable)? Thanks.