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    I had a few minutes to spare the other day so I emptied my tool bag out and gave my tools the WD-40 treatment. One of my adjustable spanners has been playing up for a while. I thought it was going to the big tool shed in the sky. A squirt of WD-40 later and it was as good as new. Magic!

    Paulplumb
    April 4, 2014
    10:18 AM
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    i fully recommend wd40 for all auto work, helps get rusty bolts loose fast every time,so i can get back on the road quick, whether replacing auto parts or changing tires, nothing beats the working power of wd40

    Jeff
    February 22, 2014
    8:29 AM
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    We repair/refurbish commercial freezers where I work, we go through a lot of wd40 each month. Works great to remove stickers and adhesives from metal, glass, and stainless steel without damaging the finish.

    Thomas
    January 26, 2014
    2:57 AM
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    Hey @Frank...I see you have the same problem i have some times with cans stopping working...Check out this Fetch vid online, This dude knows what its all about and by following his approch we still get to use all the WD #wastenotwantnot! www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBOqujZXUgI

    Nazza
    March 14, 2013
    3:57 AM
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    Frank made me laugh with his killing spiders in the garage comment! lol

    Joan
    February 27, 2013
    3:58 PM
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    I use WD 40 on an old commercial dishwasher I often have to repair the thing goes through fuse like water but the doors never squeak and there's not a patch of rust on it

    Hazen
    December 30, 2012
    1:09 PM
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