WD-40 Specialist® Gel Lube
A thick gel lubricant that provides long-lasting lubrication and won't run or drip.
WD-40 Specialist® Gel Lube No-Drip Formula offers 12x longer-lasting lubrication when compared to WD-40® Multi-Use Product (1). Designed for superior protection that resists water and displaces moisture to prevent rust for up to one year.* This spray gel lubricant goes on thick and stays where you spray, making it ideal for use on vertical surfaces and offers non-fling for moving parts such as gears, bearings, cables, chains, rollers and more. Once applied withstands temperature ranges from -100°F to 500°F. Safe on multiple surfaces including metals, plastic and rubber.
(1) Compared to WD-40® Multi-Use Product using independent lab test ASTM D-5620A.
*Independent tests conducted in salt spray and humidity chamber. Results may vary depending on extreme conditions.
- Thick formula prevents rust for up to one year
- Perfect for vertical surfaces
- 50-state VOC compliant
- Temperature Range -100℉ to 500℉
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multi use to preserve my 2003 Buick Century
I used this product in door hinges, on the undersides of doors, and other areas of the car that I believe may be vulnerable to rust
I really like that I can see I got it in the right spot and it works great.
Good lubricant bad nozzle
Bought this new WD40 thinking I'd be the cool kid on the block, unfortunately when I used the spray with the precision nozzle the liquid sprayed all over at the junction between the head and the nozzle.
I bought this in fall and used it once. This spring I tried to use it and it would not longer spray. The can feels nearly full, but nothing comes out.
Garage door squeaking
I received this product for testing. I used it in my squeaky garage door. It worked for about 5 opening and closing’s but the squeak was back. I tried it on my back door which was also squeaking and it worked perfect.
A miracle in a can
WD-40 Specialist Spray & Stay Gel Lubricant No-Drip Formula is exactly that. Wd-40 with less drip and run off which is great for keeping things clean and moving. effective method of lubricating and/or protecting vertical surfaces where "regular" WD40 or other lubes want to run off - such as garage door hinges, rollers or tracks. Dual use applicator (a spray and a pipette) is handy.
Superb Winter Uses!
Sprayed this inside the chute of the snowblower to see if it would help with today's slush. Of course, it didn't prevent freezing, but it did prevent a *lot* of problems - only had to to unclog the chute 3x on a 150' driveway. To finish-up the driveway, I sprayed it on the old steel flat shovel and as the temp dropped, no freezing slush stuck to the blade.
WD-40 is the duct tape of the tool and household squeaks/rust buildup world. I have like 10 cans so I always have one handy. Not kidding, I’ll be at someone house and hear a squeaky door and say “Why don’t you hit that with some WD40? Because you never think of buying it! Well, I just happen to carry one in my purse!” LOL. I’m almost that bad. The new gel formula is amazing. I had to take down a sliding glass door that’s a hundred years old, but I didn’t want the regular formula leaking and dripping everywhere. The gel worked like a charm. The door? Just like me, there was life in the old girl after all! Good stuff. Janis
Works better than expected!
What a great buy, the best part is no mess! Stays where you spray and works great! Was able to fix several squeaky doors and hinges in minutes with the quick, no mess spray. Highly recommend and any lubricating project.