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WD-40 Multi-Purpose Lubricant 425g 2 for $11.95 + Delivery ($0 C&C) @ Supercheap Auto


50% Off for WD-40 at Supercheap Auto.

Get 2 for $11.95

Great price to stock up.

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  • +2

    If you don't need that much, the 325g one is only $5.98 at Bunnings, normal price…

    • +1

      thanks for this much need information so i dont end up with one extra bottle

      • It doesn't go off. There is no useby date.

        • but it can lose pressure after many years making it useless…

  • +1

    is multipurpose.

  • is this the one that would only provide lubrication in the short term but gunk up the parts in the long term? i was told graphite types are better?

    • +9

      The common misconception is that these provide long term lubrication. They do not. These are mostly just there to free up seized parts so that you can get matching long term lubricants in. For example: if you have door hinges that are rusty you'd usually use WD-40 to initially get them moving, then clean it all off and use grease to keep the water out and the hinges moving smoothly. If it's something sensitive that requires low-friction movement like ball bearings or motors in fans use machine oil after WD-40 (although at this point machine oil will work).

      One maybe lesser known fact is that WD-40 can be used to get adhesives off, so you may try to get some pesky labels and sticky residue off with this can (although adhesive removers/IPA/etc may be a harsher but equally effective alternative).

      Thanks for reading my essay.

  • +2

    Resuming debate from recent WD40 deals……

    Is this a lubricant?

    No it's not, it's a cleaner!

    No, it's a water displacer!!

    It's all of the above!!!

    Not really.


    • +2

      WD40 can be anything you want it to be

      • i like to mix it with my alco

        • To lubricate or cleanse your system?

  • If only that were true.

  • -1

    Spray on car scratches/marks for an instant fix.

    • According to fake videos you're right

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