WD-40® Specialist® Water Resistant Silicone Lubricant 11 oz.
WD-40® Specialist® Water Resistant Silicone Lubricant
A multi-surface lubricant that lubricates, waterproofs and protects.
WD-40® Specialist®Water Resistant Silicone Lubricant safely lubricates, waterproofs and protects metal and non-metal surfaces such as rubber, plastic and vinyl. This formula dries fast and leaves a clear, non-staining film that doesn't stick or make a mess. Great for use on cables, pulleys, guide rails, valves, linkages, hinges, locks and more. Effective in-use temperatures ranging from -100° F to 500° F. Safe on metal and non-metal surfaces including rubber, plastic, and vinyl.
- Lubricates, waterproofs and protects
- 50-state VOC compliant
- NSF Category H2 (#146863)
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product made my windows squeaky
I cleaned the window tracks with dry cloth, then wiped with moist paper towel, let it dry and sprayed the WD 40 Specialt Silicon based lubricant. While my windows now slide more easily, they make an awful squeaky sound, which didn’t happen before. How do I fix this?!? Please help.
Greatest spray ever
The best silicone spray I have ever bought and used
Water Resistant Silicone will it ever dry ???
Bought last night.. I was drawn to the product as it said " QUICK-DRYING " on the back " DRIES IN SECONDS " So I shake the can for over a minute spray it on, wait 5 minutes... still not dry. 30 minutes still not dry, 1 hour still not dry !! So I go to sleep, work.. after 24 hours still not dry. Im not sure what is going on with this stuff but I must have gotten ripped off cause this stuff does not dry. As I am writing this i still have this stuff all over and it caused spots on my parts. Not happy.
Best on the market no other brand as good as this.
Have been using WD40 Silicone for some time now, used for coating Shotguns Target guns Fishing Poles and Rods, in the Home, Mainly on Vehicles.
Can i use the silicone after wash and clean my car motor? To finish it looking more nice
I purchased the WD40 specialist water resistant silicone lubricant today and the spray straw doesnt work. The o-ring fell out of the can when moving the straw to its spray position. I am assuming the can top is defective as it doesn’t spray normally either. Disappointed.
Ive been buying WD 40 for years now Great stuff....Used it on chains to ball bearings to getting old stickers off your car bumper it really has many uses and will always ues WD 40....
Works great on locks and hinges
Used it on locks and hinges. Everything works. It have been like 5 months now and nothing is stuck or sticky. Much more better than the old oil spray. Also good on windows if you have a hard to open window. I recommend try using it. Spray it on the left and right side. Pull the window up and down so it will be well lubricant.
I bought this product used it twice worked great but now it won't spray right i feel like i wasted 7 dollars not happy at all