WD-40® Smart Straw®
WD-40® Multi-Use Product protects metal from rust and corrosion, penetrates stuck parts, displaces moisture and lubricates almost anything. Its permanently attached Smart Straw Sprays 2 Ways®. Available in 8 oz., 11 oz., and 12 oz. can sizes.
- Smart Straw® Sprays 2 Ways®
- Flip up for stream, down for spray
- 50-state VOC compliant
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lubricate paper shredder
Instead of buying lubricant sheets for your shredd take paper spray with WD 40 and bingolubricateyour shredder
Same Problem As Others
Wasted about 1/4 of can because it would not spray anymore...I did see some videos online that you can go get a some type of tire thing and refill with air compressor...Too much hassle for me....
Cant lose the straw
As the saying goes: Duct tape is a cow boy's best friend, well so is WD40. I love the idea having the straw attached to the nozzle. You can't lose it. So you don't have to go looking for it or one that will fit it. We have used WD40 for as long as I can remember. Great product. Love it!
The everyday helper.
So we bought this to help with the squeaky cabinet doors. Spray on the hinges and no more squeak. Downfall I can no longer hear when someone is trying to eat my cookie stash. Also worked wonders on getting stickers off the bunk beds. WD-40 needs to be in everyone's home.
I purchased this product and after a few usages, it leaks from where the straw inserts. A letter to corporate, did nothing. Please change this flaw in product.
I have used WD-40 since I can remember. I love how they now have the attached straw for a more precise spray and then the easy spray feature as well with an updated nozzle.
I love the WD 40. I can get into all the Nooks and crannies. And I don't need to apply much. It works great on just about every squeek! I am a CAREPROVIDER and I use this on my clients wheelchairs'.
WD-40 w/ Smart Straw
We use this all the time, my husband uses it outside, on the car, in the garage and often I use it inside. Love reading your tips as I have learned a lot of different ways to use this.
Great for oily stains
My spouse dragged some tar in on his boot onto the kitchen carpet,right by the door where he removes his boots Nothing would budge it. I tried WD40 and it blotted off completely! I've since used it for any oily stains,I swear by it!