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
- 50-state VOC compliant
- NSF Category H2 (#146863)
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Far too much plastic, not eco friendly
The product may be useful but the presentation is horrendously non eco friendly, but i guess the product itself is really heavy on the planet?
Its up to 80% Petroleum Solvent. Only 1% silicone.
SHAME ON YOU WD40!! Changed the formula super strong petroleum smell Been using this yellow top For many years about 4 cans a week the one thing I loved about this is there was little to no petroleum smell like the traditional wd40 and very little residue. Now the bad news they came out with a new can red top and changed the formula I could tell right away when I first used the new batch a very strong smell like the regular WD 40 making it useless to me considering I do a lot of indoor work. I'm sure it was a cost saving measure but So sad that a long time trusted product fell victim to a bad design to save a few pennies . I will move on to another true silicone spray but will miss my go to spray.
great for snowblower
Used this product on my tired old snowblower chute and augers. Throws snow like it did when it was new. Way less friction!
No, this doesn’t dry—Ever!
I sprayed my car window rubber hours ago on a 60 degree, sunny day. It still has not dried. I had called WD-40 before I bought it to ensure that I bought the right thing for my car. The CS rep told me to use it and to not get any on the glass. Every time I roll my window up or down there is WD-40 silicone on my glass. I’m glad that I have silicone remover and not at all happy with WD-40. Next time, I’ll buy a dry lubricant from another company.
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”.
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.