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#1
i got a can of this magical stuff the other day because i needed to get some rust off of some stuff, but i then heard about all of the other things it can do, and it got me thinking, what does the pit use its can of WD-*infinity* for?
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...what don't you do with it? Every man becomes Magyver when he's got a can of WD40 and some duck tape.

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#6
It makes for a good lubricant
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Well you know what you can do with it.


Generally its a good lubricant for anything mechanical (teehee) and solvent for removing things like wax, tar and glue's.

Not to be used on stuff that use thin or small rubber parts however as it will eat away at rubber over time.


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#9
I huff it out of a sock.
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#11
I use it as lube during sex because I'm a fucking machine.

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Well you know what you can do with it.


Generally its a good lubricant for anything mechanical (teehee) and solvent for removing things like wax, tar and glue's.

Not to be used on stuff that use thin or small rubber parts however as it will eat away at rubber over time.



Might be useful information for TS judging by his name
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#14
Lube has been said twice. I can't think of anything more to add.

I suppose it's useful for stopping squeaking doors
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#15
I let my steak marinade in WD-40 like a real man

EDIT: on a relative note, I've used WD-40 to clean and lubricate my Paintball gun many times
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#16
I use its relative UB-40. Anything you spray it on will go completely skank and off-beat.
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#21
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Generally use it on my bike chain and gears.


You should really get some lubricant for that. Thew WD-40 dries em out shortening their life. Unless you douse them in it regularly

(the chain grease stays alot longer in comparison to the WD-40)
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#22
Bike chain.

It smells soooo good
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#23
It's pretty special. Mainly just getting rust of bolts and nuts, and greasing chains among other things.
#24
Enjoy it as part of a balanced breakfast
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#27
Many of the "thousands" of uses for the stuff are either inappropriate or nonsense. WD-40 is an excellent solvent and a VERY light-duty lubricant. I use it all the time for my bicycle-rebuilding activities; it frees stuck parts, cleans grime and gorp, etc.
The lubricating properties are about equivalent to kerosene after the "vehicle" evaporates.

Works pretty well in situations where heavier oils would freeze up.
#28
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I used to coat strings with it. It worked REALLY well for awhile, actually.




Did it do any damage to the neck?
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#29
I would totally buy deoderant that smelled like WD40


My main use is getting screws and bolts unstuck and as lubricant/coolant when drilling into metal... I know there are better liquids for both of these options but it works good enough
And cleaning bike chains/gears (but I then put on some actual chain oil).
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#31
One time I was fishing, and saw a guy catch his limit in 10 minutes. I asked him what he was using, and he said he just sprayed WD-40 on his hooks with no bait.
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Best use for WD-40 I've ever seen!
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Did it do any damage to the neck?



No. I coated the strings by taking them out of the package, throwing them into a baggie, and spraying them down with WD-40. THEN I took em out, wiped them down (The WD-40 sinks into the metal) and put em on.
#37
My mom got stuck in her bathroom once and I used WD40 in the lock to loosen it up enough to turn the knob. I could have just left her in there though.
#38
I found old CBS Strat from the late 70s/early 80s with the original tuning pegs in a pawn shop and when I first found it the tuning pegs needed a drop of oil in the gear housings. They would stick and rotate in jumps when the gears were dry.

Also used it to lube up the oscillating blades on a hedge trimmer.
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#40
I found it lubed up your mum a treat last night.

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