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Saturday, April 1, 2017

WD-40 multi use product

tool box at home must have this WD-40
This is a lazy Sunday for me, it's about caring and sharing.
It's important having a tool box at home, for repair and maintenance works at home. 
 This is a WD-40 multi use product you see above photo, it is useful for home and office. I have this in my tool box at home. Where to shop this? It can be found at many DIY shop. With the nozzle we can easily aim at the mark point to spray. 
Do shake well before use. 
Keep this away from children.

Don't look down on this small bottle of product, it is very useful at home. Not just for home but also on boat, car, bike. Easy used on the job, at home, on the farm and in recreation.
  • Lubricates sliding door or windows
  • Lubricates door knob
  • Lubricates gates locks
  • Clean piano keys
  • Protects bicycle chains
  • Remove gum plastic from stroller wheels
  • Protects against moisture and other corrosive elements
  • Cleans old coins
  • Cleans bowling balls 
  • Removes sap, bird droppings and other gunk from metal patio furniture.
  • Many more useful way of using see below link.
With more than 2000 uses way of using this product, you can also view the link for more details.
You can find more info on this product by visit the website www.wd40.com

6 comments:

  1. Wow so good to see a product for muti-purpose use. Price?

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  2. this is a great product my husband has it in his tool box... hehehe

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  3. I got this at home, it very useful to lubricates those doors and windows hinges.

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  4. yes, it's a great product! would recommend it to anyone! thanks Sherry.

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  5. I have this at my bf house! Super convenient and easy to use =)

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  6. Wd-40 actually has many usage beside get rid off the squeaky door.

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