Wd40 @ Tesco

regan_ev

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Only good for door hinges or getting crayon off walls. Never good near a bike. Never ever good for a tidy Retrobike. Last can I bought was in about 2009 sill about 2/3 full :LOL:
 

Joe_Rides

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regan_ev":3tflymgw said:
Only good for door hinges or getting crayon off walls. Never good near a bike. Never ever good for a tidy Retrobike. Last can I bought was in about 2009 sill about 2/3 full :LOL:

I know it eats grease so not great for some parts of the bike, but I find it useful it for cleaning things up or spraying in things like rapidfire shifters after the bike has been subject to a wash, to repel any water and keep the pawls free from dirt.
 

regan_ev

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Joe_Rides":3tnlvtbi said:
I find it useful it for ... spraying in things like rapidfire shifters after the bike has been subject to a wash, to repel any water and keep the pawls free from dirt.
Yes, this as well! I take it all back.

/me runs to tesco :LOL:
 

Retro Spud

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regan_ev":xc3cktpe said:
Only good for door hinges or getting crayon off walls. :LOL:

Surely it makes the wall paper go yellow and leaves a wet mark like a Tom cat has been round and had a good squirt

GT85 would have the same effect but it smells a lot nicer.... we’ll most things smell better than randy Tom cats look love juice
 

W.Ford

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450ml for £3.75 at Asda is the best I can find on WD40 at the moment. It's ok as a general cleaner, cutting fluid, water displacer.
 
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