I would suggest you read Jimmy Weierich's email to the group concerning the
company's statement regarding WD-40. I think it says it quite nicely. I
have used WD-40 on aircraft (as well as a multitude of other problems) for
several years because of its lubricating as well as anti-corrosion
properties and have yet to be disappointed. I am also sure there are better
products for lubrication and corrosion control, but this as far as I am
concerned, this is a good product and does exactly what the company says it
will do. As far as whether or not the can say it is a lubricant or not is
like picking fly crap out of the pepper, is it really necessary? I also
have no agenda here, I just happen to like the product. And it has a lot
better lubricating qualities than water after it evaperates. 73s
----- Original Message -----
From: Dale L. Martin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 1999 4:24 PM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] DMSO in WD-40 (NOT)
> >It does say "Lubricates" on the back of the can I have and also makes
> >statement on first page of their website. www.wd40.com.
> >Just some observations you might or might not be interested in.
> >Bob Harris
> Water lubricates, too.
> What's important is what's left after everything that can do so has
> If it's not a "lubricant", you have nothing.
> dale, kg5u
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