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Popular Automotive Maintenance Uses

Popular Automotive Maintenance Uses

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  1. Drive out moisture from flooded engines.

    From tractors to cars to lawnmowers, WD-40® Multi-Use Product can displace excess moisture from flooded engines. Make sure your engine is turned off, then spray the original WD-40 formula into the carburetor before re-starting the engine. Get back on the road or back to work fast. 

  2. Lubricate and protect hinge pins and points.

    Keep your vehicle’s doors opening and closing smoothly with WD-40 Multi-Use Product. Use the bendable straw of WD-40 EZ-REACH® to spray door hinge pins and points regularly. 

  3. Protect and shine chrome.

    Rust can form on the metal chrome is plated to, but corrosion is no match for WD-40 Multi-Use Product. Coat the surface with the original WD-40 formula, let it soak in for 10 minutes and then scrub gently. Rinse, spray again and wipe down for a superior shine. 

  4. Loosen stubborn dirt and grease without scratching paint.

    WD-40® Multi-Use Product is safe to use on your vehicle’s paint. For tough automotive grease and grime, coat the area with the original WD-40 formula, wipe clean and rinse—it’s that simple! 

  5. Lubricate auto hood latches.

    Banish creaks and groans from your vehicle’s hood. Use WD-40 Smart-Straw® to target stubborn and stuck auto hood latches. 

  6. Make nuts and bolts easier to detach.

    Soak automotive nuts and bolts in the original WD-40 formula before use for easier disassembly or replacement later in your vehicle’s life. WD-40 Multi-Use Product comes in a convenient gallon size for batch soaking. 

  7. Stop squeaks in car strut mounts.

    Are your road trips getting a little noisy? Use WD-40 EZ-REACH to target your strut mounts and quiet those squeaks.


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