Official List of 2000+ Uses
From Gum and Crayon Removal to Preventing Rust and Loosening Stuck Parts.
17 uses found.
Click to Learn MoreProtects hammers from corrosion.
Thumbs from hammers, you’re still on your own.
Whether you’re working construction or finishing a project around the house, having tools that last is vital for getting quality jobs done. Use a protective coat of WD-40 to make sure you can still hammer away at all of those hard tasks.
Hockey masks too.
Keeping saw blades in good condition is not just a good idea – it’s often a necessity to ensure accurate cuts. Use WD-40 to keep blades operating smoothly and help you slice away with precision.
Blood too. No questions asked.
Rust can be more than an eyesore – it can prevent tools from staying in working order. WD-40 is an excellent way to remove rust and prevent it from forming in the first place.
Rust air stinks.
When it starts to get warm, air conditioners crank up and people take any measure necessary to stay cool. WD-40 can help keep you stay comfortable by making sure your air conditioners stay protected from the elements, and in good working order.
Hmm, dinosaurs could’ve used this stuff.
Roofing tar can be great on shingles, but a pain to get off of your tools. Use WD-40 to get that gunk off, so you are ready to take on the next job.
- Cleans gunk from safety glasses/goggles
- Cleans debris from vise-grip
- Lubricates piano hinges on tool box
- Lubricates fuse box hinges
- Lubricates locks on lawnmower control cables
- Penetrates and loosens screws on furniture clamps
- Lubricates vise handles
- Lubricates flashlight switches
- Keeps gear shifters lubricated
- Lubricates rusted screws
- Loosens tight folding chair hinges
- Protects hammers from corrosion.
- Removes gunk from hacksaw blades.
- Removes rust from saws.
- Prevents rust on outdoor air conditioners.
- Removes roofing tar from circular saw blades.