In 1953, in a small lab in San Diego, California, the fledgling Rocket Chemical Company and its staff of three set out to create a line of rust-prevention solvents and degreasers for use in the aerospace industry. That’s how WD-40 was born. Over 60 years later, they’re still solving problems and making things work smoothly.
HOW TO USE
Explore solutions with WD-40 Trigger Pro. The non-aerosol bottle and double spray trigger gives you control over your product. It’s easy to use as it stops squeaks, removes & protects, loosens rusted parts, frees sticky mechanisms, and drives out moisture. Follow these simple steps.
1. Shake can well
2. Unlock and set SPRAY or STREAM setting on nozzle
3. Saturate area, let soak for several minutes
4. For best rust protection, do not wipe off
THOUSANDS OF USESENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY
Fun Fact: Police officers once used WD-40 to remove a naked burglar trapped in an air conditioning vent. It truly is one can, with thousands of uses. From tool kits, to police stations, WD-40 Multi-Use simply makes your life easier. It displaces moisture in electrical systems, has anti-corrosion properties, loosens rust-to-metal bonds, frees stuck or frozen bits, removes goop or grime, and lubricates moving parts. There are no limitations.
WD-40 is dedicated to the environment every step of the way. They not only comply to environment protection laws, regulations, and reporting on the state, federal, and international levels, but they also are fully committed to regional compliance. Further, aerosol product cans contain no chlorofluorocarbons and are 100% recyclable. From start to finish, these products are made with the cleanest ingredients, as WD-40 strives to be good environmental citizens.
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