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Haikiri 8 year s ago
Reminds me of "EverybodyHate"Chris mother using a blue spray to cure anything.
       
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ArxFerrum 8 year s ago
#4 - Small township in NE Ohio (I forget the name... was just passing thru) has signs out in residential neighborhoods stating that any use of any petroleum-based product on any implement to move and/or remove snow/ice is strictly forbidden and subject to a $2500 fine.

WD40 must really work great or city hall wouldn't be using it as a way to increase revenue!
       
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LOLMASTER5000 8 year s ago
Yeah, it's petroleum-based.
       
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jubyp0b 8 year s ago
@LOLMASTER500 Actually, it does. It contains <25% petroleum base oil, presumably a mineral oil or light lubricating oil. - wikipedia
       
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itrollu 8 year s ago
Arx.... WD40 is basically just oil. So you remove the ice problem with oil and create an entirely new issue. an OIL SLICK.
This says to put on the SHOVEL. Not the entire drive way... People are stupid...
       
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ArxFerrum 8 year s ago
To whom...
Have known WD40 since the 70s... and have always assumed it was petroleum based. If it ain't petroleum then... there's something out there that kicks mechanical butt, no doubt.
Like duct tape... it's the tool that outweighs the fool.

Thanks for the replies :)
       
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one.dirty.old.man 8 year s ago
#3 and old toothbrush does the trick without wd-40...
       
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