WD-40® Specialist® Protective White Lithium Grease 10 oz.
WD-40® Specialist® Protective White Lithium Grease
An aerosol grease that sprays on evenly as a liquid and sets dry for a thick protective coating that won't run off.
WD-40® Specialist® Protective White Lithium Grease provides protection for metal-to-metal applications that require heavy-duty lubrication and protection against rust and corrosion. Great for use on outdoor and automotive hinges, gears, sprockets, latches, overhead door tracks, pulleys, cables and guide rails. It's also excellent for lubricating equipment before placing in storage. Effective in temperatures ranging from 0° F to 300° F. Safe on metals.
- Long-lasting lubrication and protection
- 50-state VOC compliant
- NSF Category H2 (#146864)
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Product Application Issue
I recently purchased a can of the WD-40 Specialist Protective White Lithium Grease. I have some reasonable experience with white lithium grease and had felt this product would be a perfect fit for my bicycle maintenance process. However, as I was using the product on various moving parts (mostly shifters and brakes), I was frustrated with that unless I held the product can in a very upright position (45 degrees or greater), the only product I realized was the compressed air. I'm concerned that eventually I will end up with a can of lithium grease with no propellant. I'm just wondering if I have a defective can of the product, or is there a solution to my issue?
I bought the white lithium grease spray, I’ve always used WD40 products, but this is the first time I’ve used the new can / sprayer and it broke before I got to use it. So I took off the part and used it . I can't use it the way I wanted to but at least what’s inside is still high quality.
great nozzle/spray idea; but doesn't set quickly
When I bought the WL can, I was immediately impressed with the dual nozzle idea. The spray is a bit runny but initial use after purchase, the spray would set. A year later, the spray isn't setting....just making a mess. Sad.
I bought the white lithium grease spray to use on basically everything that is stuck in my world. I new i could trust the WD40 product line. I love the way the product works. I hate the can/ sprayer i broke it before I ever got to use it. So I cut off the offending parts and use it anyway. So I can't use it in right places? At least I can still use it. Better instructions may have helped.
My BMW motorcycle sat for months so I took it out and got my chain wet. It sat for another few months and I came to find a rusty chain, so I hit it a few times with WD40 and it came back to life. It worked wonders on old plumbing pipes too!
Hi i bought 2 Bottles of Wd 40 Grease for $8 in Pakistan. But the Product Quantity is too low i mean you can not do the whole complete car and you need 2 canes to do it. I would suggest the Increase the quantity of this grease and its helpful for old cars and doors and other places.
This is NOT a grease. It has a consistency slightly thicker than WD-40. I used it yesterday and it has NOT set....it is a light liquidy film. I plan to return it to the store; don't waste your time if you are in need of "white lithium GREASE".
High price for very little grease!
I bought this yesterday in Halfords to grease the hinges and brackets on my windows. There is so little in the aerosol can that I didn't finish the job and I was very sparing with the use. I use the normal WD40 around the house and it lasts for ages so thought I would get good values with the lithium grease. I was very wrong.
Using in 105 degree heat with no dripping !
I have been using WD40 since I can remember, and while looking for grease to use on my restoration project, I found that WD now provides. New dispenser style took a while to get used to, but very pleased with options of needle and spray dispensing. I live in Arizona, and need a product that stays in place in extreme heat, and doesn't capture grit and dust - so far VERY pleased.