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    ??(((WD-40)))?? AS A CLEANER LUBERICANT ???



    Oh i am sure people who sell RC parts and accessories would love you to use it. More money for my honey.....Spray WD-40 on your car paint or your sunglasses or plexiglass and you'll see why i don't like it. I once sprayed all my garden tools with it only to later find them all rusted w a nice coat of oil. Leave new nuts and bolts in a can of it and you'll come back to a bunch of rusted junk. And as for Electrical components, the same outcome eventually they will corrode and deteriorate Denatured alcohol in a spray bottle can save you alot of $ and energy.
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    RE: ??(((WD-40)))?? AS A CLEANER LUBERICANT ???

      Bad Cleveland
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