This will come handy during the quarantine period. Don't need to explain it.
Delete it if repeated deal.
Pricematch at Officeworks?
Idk, but you may save $1 or $1.5 as their RRP is more than $5, that is a can of baked bean for breakfast.
You don't understand Ozbargain, do you?
You had me at Lubricant, lol ;)
Saw this in Bunnings recently and it seems to offer more bang for buck.
A handyman urged me to get this for my rear door.
Did you consent?
Yep, I sent my mate Con to his place to make arrangements.
@sqeeksqeek: Coupla sprays…beauuutiful.
This can smoothen the surface and the virus can't stay on
I've heard the silicone version is better and it is more expensive, what makes wd40 silicone better?
That's a huge discussion. Best to google the pros and cons. I have a few cans of silicone, great for things like house window tracks, car seatbelt recoils etc. It doesn't wear off like standard wd40 but isn't a replacement. Different product.
I find that WD-40 attracts a crapload of dust and becomes gunky over time if used as a lubricate. Better to use to clean and displace moisture. I'm a fan of INOX.
It’s not meant to be a lubricant
Well the can of WD40 in front of me right now says,"The 5 basic functions 1. Lubricates…"
WD-40 is definitely a lubricant. It just isn't a long-lasting one.
Wouldn't use it as a lube. Second INOX for anything that lithium grease is too heavy/viscous for.
I have a couple of variants of Inox but still like the ancient and venerable WD-40 as it has a multiplicity of uses.
Can I use this to displace coronavirus?
Why don't you get infected and let us know.
Not a bad price.
I prefer inox for a longer lasting solution
********WD-40 is not a lubricant.
WD-40: Chanel No.5 for blokes.
WD-40 - it's all I wear to bed :)
well the smell of it should stop the question did you lube up first …… lol