The American mega popular company WD-40 produces various types of chemicals for home use. Spray liquid is the most famous and multi-purpose product of this company. It was created in 1953. The name WD-40 is derived from the laboratory section of the book by industrial chemist Norman Bernard Larsen who is the inventor of the spray. Norman tried to put together a chemical formula for the fluid that would prevent corrosion. The goal of Norman’s task was to squeeze water from the surface to which the liquid was applied. Norman’s persistence bore fruit. Because the chemist Norm from the 40th attempt perfected the formula. That is why the number 40 is in the title of the product. The name literally means “Water Displacement”. The spray is used for lubrication (for example with door bags), de-greasing, and other uses.
- WD-40 successfully removes label residue – spray is a great way to remove sticky label residue from glass surfaces. It just sprays. The glue is removed with a sharp object.
- WD-40 removes pastel crayons — kids love to play with pastel crayons. Stains on objects often remain after drawing. The spray will easily remove paint stains from wooden doors. Simply wipe the area with a cloth afterwards. It will also remove fingerprints from wooden surfaces.
- WD-40 make every shoe waterproof-spray shoes WD-40 will make every shoe waterproof. WD-40 spray is easily sprayed on shoes. Then wipe the shoes with a cloth.
- WD-40 removes rust from scissors-rusty scissors no longer cut well. It will become functional again if you spray the scissors with this spray.
- WD-40 restores shine to all surfaces-WD-40 will restore shine to stainless steel surfaces (refrigerator door or dishwasher door).
- WD-40 successfully fights insects – the spray can also be used for surfaces where insects come. Spray the surfaces liberally. Insects will no longer come to these surfaces.
- WD-40 has an unlimited date of use – is another advantage of this product. WD-40 is a product of persistent nature designed and manufactured with a high degree of technical specifications. The product should be effective for an almost indefinite period of time. The actual performance, however, is affected by the longevity of the mechanical parts (valve assemblies on aerosol cans). The shelf life is therefore considered to be 5 years from the date of manufacture. The product will often last longer and work much longer. WD-40 should be kept between 4 ° C and 54 ° C. The product should always be shaken before use.
There are 5 main functions of the WD-40:
- Lubrication: Lubricating ingredients are widely used and are retained on all moving parts.
- Penetration: the multi-purpose product releases metal from rust and debunks stuck, glued or rusty metal parts.
- Protection: The product protects metal surfaces from moisture and other corrosive elements with corrosion protection ingredients.
- Removes grease, sediment and dirt: penetrates dirt, sediment and grease. Successfully remove scale on tools, equipment and vehicles. the multi-purpose liquid product (e.g. in a canister) also removes adhesives and allows rapid removal of adhesive residues.
- Removes moisture: because it expels moisture, the All-In-One product dries electrical systems quickly and prevents moisture-induced short circuits.
The WD-40 is a multi-purpose product and a versatile solution for home, garage or factory use. It is a complex blend of lubricating oils, performance additives, surfactants and solvents, combined for lubrication, penetration, water removal, cleaning and corrosion protection on various metal surfaces. We can’t really tell you what’s inside, because that’s our biggest secret, however, we can tell you what it doesn’t contain. WD-40 does not contain fish oil. It does not contain carcinogenic, teratogenic or mutagenic substances. It does not contain heavy metals. It does not contain any high-risk substances. It also does not contain any silicone or acid. It contains CO2 propellant (instead of LPG), so you get more products in each tank. Every time you use WD-40 products – common sense should be used. Always follow the instructions and take care of any warnings printed on the packaging.