Silicone Lubricant Spray | WD-40 Water Resistant Silicone | WD-40
UPC 0 79567 30001 4
UPC 0 79567 30001 4

WD-40 Specialist® Silicone

A multi-surface Silicone lubricant that lubricates, waterproofs and protects.     

WD-40 Specialist® 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, so it won't attract dirt. This silicone lubricant spray is 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. 

  • Lubricates, waterproofs and protects metal and non-metal surfaces
  • Quick-Drying formula
  • Protects Against Rust
  • Multi-Surface
  • 50-state VOC compliant
  • NSF Category H2 (#146863)

Related Products

WD-40 Specialist® Dry Lube Can

WD-40 Specialist® Dry Lube

3.96 (28)
WD-40 Specialist® Gel Lube Product

WD-40 Specialist® Gel Lube

4.80 (163)

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Ratings

4.06 (48 Customer Reviews)
4.06 (48)

Rating Snapshot

Select a row below to filter reviews

Sort by: newest to oldest ranking

Good Buy / Multi Purposes

I bought a can to use on my window Trax to help the railing move easier up and down it seem to work a little bit easier. When I sprayed it on my door hinges I saw a 100% Improvement right away I also sprayed it on my battery terminals and it dried within seconds as well as my door lock and my ignegtion switch .. I would definitely recommend this product.


More than I hoped for!!

Bought this for my 03 g35. Bushings and linkages needed lubrication. Light squeaking entering or leaving driveways. So I bought a can of this rubber rejuvenating, polyurethane praising miracle in a can. Honestly, all I did was spray car down really well, clean top and bottom of top mounts for shocks/coil overs with compressed air, then let the car sit over night to dry. Raised the car up on jack stands, removed wheels and popped hood and trunk. Then the spray magic pixy dust did it’s thing. I sprayed all bushings, linkages and top mounts. Let the car sit for about an hour, then removed stands and took the car for a drive. NOT ONE LITTLE TINY SQEAK, nothing and to blow my mind even more the steering response is more crisp and smooth. I hoped this would make a bit of a difference but honestly didn’t expect such good results. First time I’ve used this, but will be using this every 2 years on all my vehicles suspension components from now on.

Horrible Nozzle. Wasted money.

The product itself worked great on the 2 doors I was able to spray it on. Unfortunately the black O ring popped right off the nozzle and now I only have a large spray option. The directed nozzle is useless, which is of course the thing I need. Very frustrated. Poorly designed dispenser. Or maybe mine was just defective. Who knows. Buyer beware.


Safe to use on rubber or not?

Hi! I purchased this today to help with the lubrication of a rubber French door frame (the 2 rubber strips stick at their interface when the door is left un-used overnight). I noticed the tech specs says it’s safe to use on rubber but the back of the can states “prolonged exposure to vinyl & rubber not recommended”.


Is it safe to lubricate threadmill belt?

farmer jeff

sketchy applicator

Needed a new can of spray silicone to general non greasy lubrication at home and work. The wide angle, spout down, feature, at least on the can I have, does not work. Comes out in a powerful direct stream. This makes it next to impossible to accurately coat anything but a point surface. If you need a wide angle applicator, get the other stuff.

NYC Customer

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.

Thank you for reaching out. The speed at which the product dries is impacted by the environment. Cold or warm, moist environments require a longer drying time. Regarding the spots, if the product was sprayed on a surface with a greasy or oily coating, the silicone may bead and leave what looks like spots. If this is the case, clean the parts thoroughly and dry well, then lubricate with the silicone spray. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
- January 24, 2019

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.