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Old 04-23-2012, 08:46 PM   #11
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I prefer PB Blaster or Liquid Wrench.
Pb blaster is amazing stuff.
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i have a case of pb in my tool box. and when i used to take my xterra offroading i would have it in my truck box. there is 101 ways to use that stuff.

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I use WD 40 for one thing- displacing water. It is good for wet plug wires, or when I am hot bluing steel parts- after I pull them out of the boiling water bath, hit them with a shot of WD 40. There are better spray lubes, and MUCH better penetrant oils.

I like the spray version of Kroil-

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WD-40 is much maligned, but it was all I used for years with no problems. it's not the best lubricant, but it is a good cleaner and a very good protectant. Scores well in all corrosion tests. It is a solvent for itself, so if you spray and wipe, no build up, so I suppose if you spray and don't wipe it would liquefy the old stuff too. Most light oils will get gummy if you spray them on heavy and let them dry out.
I am sure we can now expect the usual repertoire of old wives tales about WD-40, but I have found that's all they are.

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I have used WD-40 and similar products on guns for many many years. As Virginian says its a good (and cheap) cleaner. I like it way better than gun scrubber or brake cleaner as its safer and leaves a little protectant. Never really used it for lube. I feel if you don't have some near your bench, you should. Certainly not the best penetrating oil(Kroil), not the best lube(many), not the best protectant(many), good cleaner but it can do all those jobs in a pinch.

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Automatic transmission fluid... awesome stuff, lol

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I have used ATF a lot, with excellent results. In my vehicles.

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i used WD-40 years ago, but found many better products over the years. PB Blaster is my go to penetrant in the garage for things automotive and such. now for firearms, i did use Hoppe's #9, but since trying Kano Kroil, i don't think there will be any other product used from now on. that stuff is amazing in loosening screws and nuts, dislodging gunk, and removing rust from blueing.

BTW, C3, who carries it in the aerosol form?

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I get my AeroKroil from Kano Labs.

http://www.kanolabs.com/

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