Somewhat New WD-40 Product

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GTs58

I'm the Wiz, and nobody beats me!
Sep 2, 2012
12,348
Central Arizona
WD-40's Specialist Rust Release Penetrant

Has anyone tried this stuff out yet? I picked up a can of the regular D-40 and this came with it as a two pack deal. Seems the new owners of WD-40 are going to town with all the new products. I have only used this once, and not for getting rusty parts loose. For months I was fighting to get my mail box key in the key cylinder and then it started getting really bad and I couldn't get the key out once it was in. I got so frustrated one day when the key wouldn't go in no matter how hard I tried. I drove back home and grabbed my can of this stuff and drove back to mail boxes in a rage. I stuck the straw in the slot and blasted that sucker until it was running all over and onto the sidewalk. Bam! The key went in like butter, turning the cylinder was like nothing was in there and the key almost fell out on its own when I closed the door. The next day I figured the lock would be all messy and full of gunk but there was no residue what so ever. I said to myself, I'll give it a week and it'll be all gummed up with dirt/grit stuck all over it. Nope! After two months the cylinder turns like butter and there is no dirt/dust/gunk or residue anywhere. I'm going to use this stuff on all my old padlocks that have been hanging outside for years and my trailer hitch, Ball lock and jack.





https://www.wd40.com/videos/loosen-rust
 
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Andrew Gorman

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Jun 15, 2008
3,038
Pasadena (Hastings Ranch), United States
I like Kroil- it's as much better than PB Blaster as PB Blaster is over WD-40.
 
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piercer_99

Cruisin' on my Bluebird
Dec 27, 2015
2,317
59
Sanger, TX
not stinky like pblaster

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works better than the original, looks different also.

here is the original for reference.

1562610728831.png


even makes locks work smoothly. :)


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helpful when taking apart rusty bikes. (allegedly)


1562610861807.png



however, in my personal experience with it, it does help to take apart rusty parts and makes it easier to put bikes back together.


20180310_132139.jpg


1948 Monark Rocket with fenders.jpg
 
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razinhellcustomz

I live for the CABE
May 28, 2018
1,373
60
kiel wisconsin
WD-40's Specialist Rust Release Penetrant

Has anyone tried this stuff out yet? I picked up a can of the regular D-40 and this came with it as a two pack deal. Seems the new owners of WD-40 are going to town with all the new products. I have only used this once, and not for getting rusty parts loose. For months I was fighting to get my mail box key in the key cylinder and then it started getting really bad and I couldn't get the key out once it was in. I got so frustrated one day when the key wouldn't go in no matter how hard I tried. I drove back home and grabbed my can of this stuff and drove back to mail boxes in a rage. I stuck the straw in the slot and blasted that sucker until it was running all over and onto the sidewalk. Bam! The key went in like butter, turning the cylinder was like nothing was in there and the key almost fell out on its own when I closed the door. The next day I figured the lock would be all messy and full of gunk but there was no residue what so ever. I said to myself, I'll give it a week and it'll be all gummed up with dirt/grit stuck all over it. Nope! After two months the cylinder turns like butter and there is no dirt/dust/gunk or residue anywhere. I'm going to use this stuff on all my old padlocks that have been hanging outside for years and my trailer hitch, Ball lock and jack.





https://www.wd40.com/videos/loosen-rust
Yes i have. On my town cars sticky door locks and key ways. Two plus years and counting. GREAT STUFF!! Razin.
 

razinhellcustomz

I live for the CABE
May 28, 2018
1,373
60
kiel wisconsin
WD-40's Specialist Rust Release Penetrant

Has anyone tried this stuff out yet? I picked up a can of the regular D-40 and this came with it as a two pack deal. Seems the new owners of WD-40 are going to town with all the new products. I have only used this once, and not for getting rusty parts loose. For months I was fighting to get my mail box key in the key cylinder and then it started getting really bad and I couldn't get the key out once it was in. I got so frustrated one day when the key wouldn't go in no matter how hard I tried. I drove back home and grabbed my can of this stuff and drove back to mail boxes in a rage. I stuck the straw in the slot and blasted that sucker until it was running all over and onto the sidewalk. Bam! The key went in like butter, turning the cylinder was like nothing was in there and the key almost fell out on its own when I closed the door. The next day I figured the lock would be all messy and full of gunk but there was no residue what so ever. I said to myself, I'll give it a week and it'll be all gummed up with dirt/grit stuck all over it. Nope! After two months the cylinder turns like butter and there is no dirt/dust/gunk or residue anywhere. I'm going to use this stuff on all my old padlocks that have been hanging outside for years and my trailer hitch, Ball lock and jack.





https://www.wd40.com/videos/loosen-rust
Try it!! You'll like it. B"LASTER!! Razin.
 
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razinhellcustomz

I live for the CABE
May 28, 2018
1,373
60
kiel wisconsin
not stinky like pblaster

1562610661769.png


works better than the original, looks different also.

here is the original for reference.

1562610728831.png


even makes locks work smoothly. :)


1562610796241.png



helpful when taking apart rusty bikes. (allegedly)


1562610861807.png



however, in my personal experience with it, it does help to take apart rusty parts and makes it easier to put bikes back together.


20180310_132139.jpg


1948 Monark Rocket with fenders.jpg
Never do it the hard way, Unless your a glutton for punishment. Razin!!
 
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GTs58

I'm the Wiz, and nobody beats me!
Sep 2, 2012
12,348
Central Arizona
REAL men like the workplace-like stink of Liquid Wrench! None of that perfumed girly-man sweet smelling stuff for me! :mad:
Real men bathe in diesel fuel, never use deodorant or change their underwear. Sooo, an occasional blast of DW Forteh or even lacquer thinner is refreshing and the wife thinks so too, it really turns her on. :p ;)
 
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