WD-40 Specialist® White Lithium Grease
WD-40 Specialist® White Lithium Grease is ideal for metal-to-metal applications that require heavy-duty lubrication and leaves behind a rust-inhibiting barrier for protection against corrosion. This long-lasting formula won't melt, freeze, or run in harsh weather conditions. Also great for lubricating equipment before placing in storage. Sprays on easily with a thick, protective coating for outdoor and automotive hinges, gears, sprockets, latches, door tracks, pulleys, cables and guide rails. Safe to use on metals. Effective in temperatures ranging from 0° F to 300° F for unbeatable protection.
- Lubricates 8x longer than the competition for less frequent reapplication*
- Withstands 1.5x more pressure than the competition for less frequent reapplications and reduced downtime**
- 50-state VOC compliant
- NSF Category H2 (#146864)
* Test Lab: Petro-Lubricant Laboratories Inc. (Lafayette, NJ); ASTM D5620A; Test date: 04/2020
** Test Lab: WD-40 Co. Technical Center (Pine Brook, NJ); ASTM D3233A; Test date: 12/2020
Average Customer Ratings
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The best thing since sliced bread
This product was the best thing since sliced bread. I bought it and loved it because it had the straw built in. I bought a lot of this but i can’t find anymore. I’ve tried in person and online shopping. I really don’t want to go back to the other brand that I use it once and lose the straw
What’s really good
is it good for Golf Carts
Does your White Lithium Meet the Standard for this Scenero Spec: * EP NLGI Grade 2 Lube Electric Golf Carts Lubrication needs: * EP NLGI Grade 2 Lube / * Dry Molly Lupe (CC P/N 1012151 / * 22 oz. (0.67 L) SAE 30 Wt. API Class SE, SF, or SG oil (or Higher) / * WD 40
Great product but you have to shake for quite a while to get the spray to work, I mean a good five minutes, and then shake it every time you are using that particular project, I've found it works appropriately if you do that.
Under car protection from rust out
I really like it for spraying under my car's to protect it from rust I even spray all the rubber mounts and brake hoses so they don't dry out. La
Poor quality product
Its like there is nothing inside other than the propellant air... it lives an almost invisible film that has nothing to do with white lithium grease... not WD40 standards quality..
Worked Beyond Expectation
I have a kitchen trash compactor that has been making a very loud squealing sound for a very long time. Not knowing what to do, my wife called the local appliance repair shop and they recommended white lithium grease. My wife picked up a can at the local auto parts store and I took the can and sprayed the inside gears really well. The noise went away immediately and I am 100 percent satisfied with this product.
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.