Whatever the job, you’ve found the solution. WD-40® Multi-Use Product protects metal from rust and corrosion, penetrates stuck parts, displaces moisture and lubricates almost anything. It even removes grease, grime and more from most surfaces.
What should you not use WD-40 on?
But Don’t Spray It On: Door hinges. Sure, WD-40 will stop the squeaking, but it also attracts dust and dirt. Bike chains. WD-40 can cause dirt and dust to stick to a chain. Paintball guns. WD-40 can melt the seals in the guns. Locks. iPods and iPads.
What else can WD-40 be used for?
Home Uses For WD-40 Removes glue residue from old paneling. Helps lubricate gate valve on a house. Helps remove paint from tile flooring. Keeps sewing machine wheels turning smoothly. Loosens and penetrates rusted or stuck plumbing joints. Loosens rusted bolts. Lubricates and protects power tools. Removes rust from saws.
Is WD-40 a good cleaner?
Most homeowners have a can of WD-40 around the house, garage or shed for sorting out squeaky door hinges or lubricating moving parts, to name but a few uses. But just like vinegar, WD-40 is a great cleaner and perfect for so many maintenance projects too.
Is WD-40 a lubricant or degreaser?
WD-40 is a lubricant (fish oil to be exact) dissolved in a solvent. While it can break down grease and oil to a certain degree, it also adds back some. This might be desirable if you are cleaning a hinge, conveyor, or corrosive-prone part, but not if you need it truly clean.
Is WD-40 harmful?
Yes, WD-40 can potentially cause nasal and respiratory irritation and central nervous system effects such as headache, dizziness, and nausea—especially when inhaled at higher concentrations. You should always use WD-40 in moderation and in a well-ventilated area.
Does WD-40 Remove toilet rings?
You can use WD-40 to break down tough lime stains or hard water lines in your toilet bowl. First, spray a small amount of WD-40 into the bowl, let it sit for a few minutes, then scrub the stains or water lines with your toilet brush. After flushing your toilet, the stains should disappear.
Can I use WD-40 on car paint?
WD-40 is filled with a lot of products when applied to car paint alone – can be harmful to paint. However, due to the brilliant mixture and blend of ingredients – Yes – it’s SAFE to use on paint.
Does WD-40 fix car scratches?
WD40 does not remove scratches from car paint. After applying the WD40 to car paint, scratches will disappear, but only temporarily.
Can you use WD-40 on bathroom tiles?
A quick once-over with a cloth sprayed with WD-40 is great for removing soap scum from shower doors and can also prevent mildew from returning. It’s also a great way to clean the grout between your bathroom tiles, remove stubborn stains from your toilet bowl, and rust stains on porcelain caused from aerosol cans.
Is WD-40 good for arthritis?
Fact: This popular headline, appearing at least once a year in the tabloids, is completely FALSE. WD-40 Company does not recommend the use of WD-40® for medical purposes and knows no reason why WD-40 would be effective for arthritis pain relief.
How do you use WD-40 on a car door?
The WD-40 spray can be used to effectively to get rid of any grease and grime that might exist on your door hinges. To do this, apply the WD-40 spray onto the door hinges and give it a few minutes to work. After a few minutes, take a clean rag and wipe the door hinges with it.
Does WD-40 Remove bird poop?
WD-40. Did you know WD-40 can be used to wash dry bird poop off your car? It works well and is virtually harmless, so there’s no fear of damaging your car. Oh – and it’s really easy: Just spray the area with WD-40, let it loosen the bird droppings for 60 seconds, then rinse or wipe clean.
Why is WD-40 called WD-40?
WD-40 stands for Water Displacement, 40th formula. That’s the name straight out of the lab book used by the chemist who developed the product. The first company to use WD-40 Multi-Use Product commercially was Convair, an aerospace contractor, to protect the outer skin of the Atlas Missile from rust and corrosion.
How long is WD-40 good for?
WD-40 does not contain silicone, kerosene, water, wax, graphite, chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), or any known cancer-causing agents. What is the shelf-life of WD-40? Indefinite. While some products may have an expiration date, WD-40 lasts so long that a “use by” date isn’t necessary.
Is WD-40 safe for electronics?
WD-40® Specialist® Electronics and Electrical Parts Cleaner will help you remove dirt, dust and oils from your sensitive electronics and connections. For your fast-moving motors, stuck switches, controls, and other long-lasting lubricant needs, use WD-40® Specialist® Spray & Stay Gel Lubricant. It won’t run or drip.
Can WD-40 blind you?
Originally Answered: Will you go blind if you get WD-40 in your eye? No not at all. just continuously rinse out the eye with an eye wash over and over and over again and obviously see an eye doctor for further evaluation.
Is WD-40 safe on hands?
You don’t need to worry if you have WD-40 at hand! Just spray some on the fingers that are stuck and just keep rubbing them until your hands are back to normal! You can use WD-40 for removing glue from other surfaces as well. Wash your hands thoroughly after using WD-40.