WD-40 protects metal from rust and corrosion, loosens stuck parts, repels moisture and lubricates small parts. WD-40 is also an excellent cleaning fluid, particularly for removing grease, tar and other stains from most surfaces.
Five products in one:
* DISPELS MOISTURE: WD-40 quickly repels moisture from electrical or electronic circuits and re-establishes electrical contacts by preventing short circuits. WD-40 is not a conductor and is therefore not hazardous for the user.
* LUBRICATES: one of the components of WD-40 is an active and permanent lubricant. This makes the product particularly effective for small parts that do not tolerate heavier lubricants. Furthermore, WD-40 does not contain silicone, which prevents it from attracting dust and dirt.
* PROTECTS: the film formed by WD-40 ensures protection against water, moisture and their corrosive effects. Protection is effective even in the most extreme conditions, in a preventive and lasting way.
* CLEANS: WD-40 penetrates under the dirt, eliminating it without depositing corrosive agents. Grease, tar and adhesives are therefore removed. WD-40 can be used on all metal and plastic surfaces.
* LOOSENS: WD-40 penetrates and frees up rusty, jammed or frozen parts or mechanisms. WD-40 adheres to the metal and its lubricating properties ensure that the loosened parts continue to work properly.