Thursday, April 25, 2013, 10:53 AM
With more than 25 years of plumbing experience, Scott Ferrell, owner and CEO of Black Mountain Plumbing, is no stranger to tough jobs. In the video below, he demonstrates how he uses the WD-40 Specialist® Rust Release Penetrant Spray to disassemble a gate valve, saving professionals time and the possibility of damaging a pipe or valve.
Do you use WD-40 Specialist products to get the job done? Tell other pros about it and upload your own video to the WD-40 Specialist product video website!
Friday, April 12, 2013, 10:11 AM
Want to lubricate your blades, bits, window tracks or power tools, but don’t want the oily residue that comes with it? The new WD-40® Specialist® Dirt & Dust Resistant Dry Lube PTFE Spray will get the job done and provides superior long-lasting corrosion protection at the same time.
The specially created formula dries quickly and is ideal for reducing friction and wear. It also resists dirt, dust and oil, is ideal for lubricating rollers and hinges, and can even help release molded parts.
Learn more, test it out, and let us know how it goes!
Wednesday, April 10, 2013, 10:26 AM
Your car’s engine gets gunked up with grime and grease on a regular basis. Your machinery and equipment inevitably get dirty. But you’ve got to keep working. Let us introduce you to the newest member of the WD-40® Specialist® family of products – a Machine & Engine Degreaser Foaming Spray.
Ideal for use on engines, tractors, forklifts, gears, chains, industrial machinery, farm equipment, power equipment, and other metal tools, it quickly removes grease, oil, dirt and grime – making your equipment run smoother, last longer and look like new. With a powerful stream that sprays from up to five feet away, it has deep foaming penetrating action so you can watch it in action. Of course, as with other WD-40 Specialist products, it is 50-state VOC compliant and outperforms leading competitors in independent ASTM testing.
Learn more, try it out on your tough jobs, and let us know how it goes!
Monday, April 8, 2013, 10:05 AM
Ever get gunk on electrical equipment, circuit boards, ignition controls or precision tools? To clean them, you’ll need something that’s safe to use on a variety of surfaces, like plastics, rubbers and metals. Try out our brand new WD-40® Specialist® Electrical Contact Cleaner Spray – it’s ideal for cleaning oil, dirt, flux residue and condensation from circuit boards, controls, switches, precision instruments and electrical panels.
To use it, just turn off your electrical equipment or machinery, shake the can well, and then spray away! The product does most of the work and dries quickly with no residue, and then you can carefully wipe any leftover gunk that was lifted with a cloth or brush afterward. Just make sure what you sprayed dries all the way before turning it back on. That’s it!
Tuesday, April 2, 2013, 1:33 PM
We’re excited to announce we’ve added some new best-in-class products to the WD-40® Specialist® family! To continue to help you get your tough, specialized jobs done with ease, WD-40 Company is introducing a new Dirt & Dust Resistant Dry Lube, an Electrical Contact Cleaner, and a Machine & Engine Degreaser. These products are a great complement to the existing line of products and, like the other WD-40 Specialist products, outperform the competition in independent testing.
We’ll preview each item individually in the coming weeks, but head over to WD40Specialist.com to learn more about each of the new additions.
Which product are you most excited about to help you tackle your tough jobs?
Tuesday, March 19, 2013, 2:44 PM
Are your tools prone to rust? Scott Ferrell, owner and CEO of Black Mountain Plumbing, has his plumbing tools constantly exposed to water. Here, in the video you can click on below, he shows how he uses WD-40® Multi-Use Product on drills, wrenches, cutters and other tools to displace the moisture, remove other gunk and keep his tools protected from rust and corrosion so he can continue using them for years.
Friday, February 22, 2013, 2:30 PM
It’s important to keep vinyl windows clean on a busy jobsite. Spraying them down with the WD-40® Specialist® Water-Resistant Silicone Lubricant during the installation process helps protect them from unwanted gunk.
This is precisely what J Steele, president and CEO of Black Diamond Builders, does to add another layer of protection and to give his team some peace of mind. Watch the video below.
Friday, January 11, 2013, 5:14 PM
For a limited time at select home improvement retailers, your 12-ounce can of WD-40® Multi-Use Product will also come with a free bonus – the WD-40 No-Mess Pen®.
The size of a highlighter, this handy little tool gets the world’s favorite multi-purpose product into tight spots with its pen-shaped applicator. It also emits little odor, doesn’t have any overspray, and easily fits into drawers in the laundry room, kitchen, garage or office.
Check out the many uses for the WD-40 No-Mess Pen here and look for this special bonus pack at a home improvement retailer near you!
Thursday, December 13, 2012, 4:26 PM
Wes Livingston is the service manager at Henry Bush Plumbing in Redlands, CA. Like many trade professionals, he first learned how to use WD-40® Multi-Use Product by working with his dad in the garage. For more than 30 years now, he’s used the product as a vital tool for his business – for everything from maintaining pipe cutters to removing gunk from drain line cleaning machines.
On the job, he discovered a new use for the can with thousands of uses. You know those oil spots on your driveway or in the garage? Yeah, they’re not that pretty. Now, if your job involves providing a service at someone else’s home and leaving it better than you found it, you certainly don’t want to leave your mark with an oil spot. Wes starting using the WD-40 Big Blast can and a hose to remove any spots left at a home or jobsite. Check out the before and after here:
Friday, October 12, 2012, 10:30 AM
Calling all Trade Professionals, Auto Pros, Experienced Contractors, and DIY'ers.
We want to hear your tips and tricks! Whether it's plumbing tips, air conditioning repair advice, or a hint on replacing a timing belt, we're excited to hear your pearls of wisdom for making projects and repairs a little easier.
Post your tip, latest project mishap and solutions to our ProTips Group. You can upload a photo or video, leave a comment or start a discussion in the forum.