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 Thursday, October 30, 2014
Q & A Categories » Tools

WD-40

Question?

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.

Answer!

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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