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 Monday, October 5, 2015
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WD-40 belongs in everybody's household. It cleans and protects my tools before I store them. I also use it in the kitchen to remove grease and grime from walls, the stove and frying pans. WD-40 is so useful I keep a couple of cans at home. It really makes the job easier.

Tim G.


We too have had terrific results using this product. It is an excellent lubricant and serves as a fantastic solvent in removing sticky labels and other gummy adhesive from plastic, porcelain, glass, metal and vinyl. However, because it is a petrol-chemical, we are reluctant to recommend its use in the kitchen around food or cooking facilities.

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