WD-40 also makes a great charcoal lighter when you run
out of the regular stuff on a Sunday afternoon!
--- "Gilmer, Mike" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The can in front of me (>three years old) does NOT
> say "lubricate" anywhere.
> I guess they've changed their tune. Maybe they've
> changed their formula.
> Or not.
> On Wednesday, December 08, 1999 4:28 PM, Pete Smith
> [SMTP:email@example.com] wrote:
> > At 01:08 PM 12/8/1999 -0800, Robert Harris wrote:
> > >
> > >Pete
> > >It does say "Lubricates" on the back of the can I
> have and also makes
> > >statement on first page of their website.
> > >Just some observations you might or might not be
> interested in.
> > Yeah -- I know. Actually, that was AA4LR who
> spoke so strongly on the
> > non-lubricant aspect. I always used to believe in
> the sutff, used it for
> > things like the big coil springs on my garage
> doors, but was warned off
> > doing so in favor of Lubriplate, and it does seem
> to persist on the
> > much longer.
> > so now I basically use WD-40 as a penetrating oil
> type of product.
> > 73, Pete N4ZR
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