WD-40 is formulated for ultra-high surface attraction to metal. It completely covers surfaces, including micro-scopic irregularities, even in the presence of moisture. In fact, WD-40 goes under surface moisture and establishes a protective barrier between the moisture and the parent metal. WD-40 is a non-conductor of electricity and quickly eliminates moisture-induced short circuits.
WD-40's ultra-high surface attraction results in a super penetrating action that loosens rust-to-metal bonds and frees stuck, frozen, or rusted metal parts. The lubricating properties of WD-40 then keep these parts working freely.
WD-40 deposits corrosion-resistant ingredients over the entire surface area, including microscopic irregularities. This protective barrier shields against moisture and other corrosive elements. WD-40's moisture-displacement capability also precludes the possibility of a small moisture pocket causing future problems.
WD-40's ultra-high surface attraction enables it to get under dirt, grime, caked grease, and oil to clean the surface at the same time it forms a corrosion-resistant barrier. It also dissolves most adhesives, allowing for the easy removal of labels and excess bonding materials.
WD-40's ultra-high surface attraction assures the lubricating ingredients in WD-40 will be widely dispersed and tenaciously held to all moving parts. WD-40 contains no silicone or other additives that attract dust and dirt causing a buildup of gummy, greasy residues.
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