WD-40 has long been a household name when it comes to multipurpose spray lubricants and it is easy to see why. Originally invented as a water dispersant, WD-40 can be used for so much more from loosening sticky hinges or joints, lubricating bearings and can even remove crayon from the walls. WD-40 can also break down grease and oil and will protect parts and tools from corrosion. So, whether it’s for the house, the car, the garage or the workshop, WD-40 is sure to come in handy.
Lubricating ingredients loosen rusted parts & drive out moisture
Does not contain silicone or other additives that attract dust & dirt
Safe on metal, rubber, wood & plastic