WDF10116

WD-40 Lubricant Spray

Aerosol - 16.0 fl oz (0.5 quart) - 1Each

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Multipurpose WD-40 spray drives out moisture and prevents rust and corrosion
Lubricates locks, hinges and all moving parts to stop squeaks
Dissolves adhesives so you can easily remove labels, tape, stickers and excess bonding material
Loosens rusted parts, frees sticky mechanisms and cleans and protects tools
16 fl oz
  • Additional Info
SKU
WDF10116
Manufacturer
WD-40 Company
Manufacturer Part Number
10116
Brand Name
WD-40
Product Type
Multipurpose Cleaner
Application/Usage
Moving Parts
Features
Corrosion Resistant
Recycled
No

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WD-40 Lubricant Spray
 
4.1

(based on 359 reviews)

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    (238)

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    (29)

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    (19)

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    (21)

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    (52)

79%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

WD-40 is the only Product to use for,,,

I use WD-40 for so many things. I keep my own can in under the kitchen sink. My hubby knows he better leave my can alone. If he can't find his can...Read complete review

I use WD-40 for so many things. I keep my own can in under the kitchen sink. My hubby knows he better leave my can alone. If he can't find his can in the garage then its time to clean it. Its wonderful for cleaning off black heel marks on the floor. I've used it on gum in the kids hair. Crayon marks on a window seal.ï?1/2Squeakyï?1/2door hinges and the list goes on and on. The best thing is getting spray paint off my hands, arms, hair and any other place I end up with paint. It also works great onï?1/2permanentï?1/2marker on skin.ï?1/2

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

New "smart straw" not so smart.

I used to love this product, with the old cans with a straw hooked to the side. This new design is terrible. I bought a can, and after using half it decided to...Read complete review

I used to love this product, with the old cans with a straw hooked to the side. This new design is terrible. I bought a can, and after using half it decided to quit spraying. So i bought another can, it did the same thing. I decided to give it one more try, and to no avail, another can quit spraying once it was half used. I'm not the only issue. I have watched friends smash these cans into the ground or throw them across the shop they were so mad due to the same exact thing happening to them multiple times. I now buy the penetrating lubricant on the same shelf for half the price and it works until the can is empty and does just what I need it to do. I have tried returning these cans to the store, I collected all of mine, my friends, and families half empty cans (10+ cans) and put them in a box and took them back to where i purchase them. They told me there was nothing they could do about it. I will never purchase this product again.

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1.0

Smart straw can, not so smart

By Moltroub

from Undisclosed

Comments about WD-40 Lubricant Spray:

I've been buying WD-40 for decades. My current 8oz can has quit working. I've tried the tips on the site to no avail. It's money wasted. Also the video states don't shake the can, the can says to shake it well. Perhaps I shook off the straw inside???

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Keeping my scooter looking and running great

By Bernard

from Greater London, England, United Kingdom

Comments about WD-40 Lubricant Spray:

Since returning to scootering (after more years than I care to admit) my Honda SH300 looks like new even after 9 years from buying it new.

 
1.0

1/4 of 8oz spray can not coming out

By RobbsbeachNY

from Boynton Beach, FL, United States

Comments about WD-40 Lubricant Spray:

I recently purchased W/D 40 8oz spray, I have been using this product for years however being left with 1/4 can that will not spay is very disappointing as to their 2017 quality control.

 
1.0

Unhappy

By Buzz

from Maine

Comments about WD-40 Lubricant Spray:

I have been using wd40 for years and sold it for over 20 but when you came out with the smart straw you short yourself in the foot. I have personally thrown out cans that did not work and stopped selling your product because of complaint from my customers.

 
3.0

not spraying

By lester

from Cleveland, TN, United States

Comments about WD-40 Lubricant Spray:

I have bought two can got one squirt out of them then they stoped working

 
1.0

Should make the can 1/4 smaller

By tmitchell1959

from Odessa, TX, United States

Comments about WD-40 Lubricant Spray:

I have purchased 2 of these "smart straw" WD40 cans - both of them leave about 1/4 of the product - will not dispense. Just went to cemetery to clean mothers headstone (WD-40 works great for that) and could not get the product to spray! So frustrating. The old spray system worked for years - is this an improvement?

 
1.0

Problems

By radov

from Gladwin, MI, United States

Comments about WD-40 Lubricant Spray:

I bought a 2 way spray can of WD-40 . This is the second can that quite spraying with still liquid left in the can. If it happen with just one can I would not mind but this is the second can.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Disappointed

By Pam1

from Hebron, OH, United States

Comments about WD-40 Lubricant Spray:

I bought this 12oz size and a 7oz size and im very disappointed in the change you made to the spray. I can't get everything out of the can, theres plenty left inside, but it just sputters. I need to spray downwards and need to tilt the can. I hate the spray nozzle , and its hard to press that top button, i like the trigger better. I like WD40 but not the change you made.

 
5.0

Try this at work, Remanufacturing Automotive Parts

By Engineer1

from México

Comments about WD-40 Lubricant Spray:

100% recomended for all process that you whant to apply it. 100% working on machines, presses, etc. if you love to build great things with better quality... use best quality fluids like WD 40

 
1.0

12 oz container of WD-40 won't spray in either way

By Fritz

from Seattle, WA, United States

Comments about WD-40 Lubricant Spray:

I have been using WD-40 for a wide variety of jobs for years with great results. However when I tried to use a new 12 oz 2 way spray can the container wouldn't spray in either mode. When it became obvious that the sprayer would not work I removed the plastic spray head and depressed the white tube and it sprayed but when I replaced the plastic head it would not spray. Is there any way of solving this problem so I don't have to send a full container of WD-40 to a landfill?

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