WD-40® Multi-Use Product One Gallon

UPC 0 79567 49011 1
UPC 0 79567 49011 1
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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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Annoid9852

Good...would be Great with a Spout!

Been buying for years. One thing missing is a pour spout, then would be perfect!

DedhedWaldo

Oxidation

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.

We are sorry to hear about your experience and thank you for taking the time to contact us. WD-40 Multi-Use Product’s formula shouldn’t oxidize bare metal. Make sure you mixes the gallon well before spraying. Even if not mixed, the product does not promote oxidation (rusting).
- June 4, 2019
MeMe ME

Great Lubricant

I use this for everything including decal residue removal. Works great.

Donut

Car polish

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 !

Engineer1

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

I Fix

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.

Ja9e93

!! GOOD !!

It was great bought it a month ago

Robroy6

SAD Story

I sometimes lose the pressure in a can of WD40. There is still fluid inside but there is no squirt.

not happy

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?

Fishermanfrank

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???