WD-40® Trigger Pro® 20 oz.
WD-40® Trigger Pro®
WD-40® Multi-Use Product protects metal from rust and corrosion, penetrates stuck parts, displaces moisture and lubricates almost anything. WD-40® Trigger Pro® has the same great formula, and is in a non-aerosol format that provides more control, less mess, and easy disposal.
- Durable spray trigger
- 50-state VOC compliant
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Another Ad-Sales Gimmick Falls Flat On Its Face!
IF «TriggerPro» would OPERATE when needed ity MIGHT be a «better mousetrap» but alas all that gimmick achieved is a product which refuses to work in any but Florida temperatures. My «old» Non-Aerosol can (now empty) worked perfectly without the gimmick. Now I'm stuck with a product which sits uselessly idle on the shelf because the Ad-Sales idiots «fixed» something which WASN'T BROKEN!
I can't believe it's not refillable...
I have been using WD-40 and all of their associated products for decades and swear by all of them. This is a great product and a great dispenser. It's just a great shame that the can isn't refillable. My retailer of choice was selling a WD-40 branded refillable trigger bottle a while ago and I'm kicking myself for not getting one. I know it can be recycled but it would be much better to be able to refill
You can refill
Works great. Use for everything that doesn't need a straw. Learned from a video that you can refill -- just push the spray head sideways. Refill from the gallon (or larger). Push the spray head down hard. No tools or cutting needed. The bean counters and/or lawyers seem to keep wd from putting this out there. They sold a plastic refillable that didn't put up with a normal work environment. This one does and it's a good deal and wd is still making their dollar on the bulk. -1 star for this lack of information.
I grew up on WD-40 products and they are my go to for many things over the years. But my most recent discovery thanks to my Dad's advice was for my Mitsubishi Eclipse coupe's car windows. My car windows do not have a the tradition metal door framing as they close and seal to the car by way of a rubber weather strip and sensor mechanism. Winters here in northeastern Ohio can be treacherous and I was always afraid of my windows breaking when I opened my car doors when the window tried to separate from the rubber weather stripping after an icy freeze or snow. I use WD-40 to coat the rubber weather stripping and my car doors and windows pull away from the car with ease all winter long.
Can not open can to refill from gallon
Love this being non-aerosol!
It never fails that I get near empty on the aerosol can and run out of propellant! This ends that problem.
I would by WD40 in this format if the can was re-fillable. I always look for products that reduce waste. Re-recyclable is good but reusable and re-recyclable is better.
Appears to be Non Refillable Bottle
I was hoping to be able to refill it using the gallon jug but there is no way I can unscrew the top. If it was refillable I would be a very happy.
Can this Trigger Pro be put on the Spot Shot that still HAS THAT PUSH TRIGGER THAT NEVER LETS YOU USE ALL THE PRODUCT?