In a message dated 4/24/01 8:46:08 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> <<The first thing I'd do is to get that problem fixed.
> WD-40 should clean and dry the inside of the c>>
> WHY would you enter a Lubricant which "spray" application contain WATER into
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>From the WD-40 web site, "With literally thousands of uses, WD-40 is the #1
multi-purpose problem solver. It cleans, protects, penetrates, lubricates and
displaces moisture like no other product on earth."
Now, I have heard that WD-40 is combustible, so it would not be good to
squirt in the dizzy, but in the past I used to do this with no problems. If
you want to use it as a water displacer, squirt it (at your own risk) in the
dizzy cap and wipe out the excess. As far as a penetrant or lubricant,
forget it. It doesn't penetrate and it is a very light oil that washes off
with rain. Works OK for squeeky door hinges INSIDE the house. I do find it
useful for cleaning off bug spots.
Just my 2 pence.
SCCA Philly Region Rally Steward
'92 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Sport
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