WD-40 No-Mess Pen Draws On Lubrication

WD-40 No-Mess Pen Draws on Lubrication

You don't always have WD-40 when you need it, and not all jobs require the power of the full spray. For portability and more accurate application, you can use this pocket WD-40 pen.

I don't use WD-40 very often, but I do have to fix squeaky hinges from time to time. The pen makes it easy to essentially "draw on" the exact amount of lubrication needed without worrying about overdoing it and causing a mess.

While not a tool you'll need every day, it's one so small, cheap, and occasionally useful that you ought to add it to your toolkit.

WD-40 Handy Pen


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      I SWEAR I HATE YOU BECAUSE YOU BEAT ME TO IT

    Of course, you really shouldn't use WD40 for hinges. Over time (As in days/weeks) it starts to become tacky and dust starts to stick to it, resulting in squeaks all over again. Graphite/talc is far better for hinges.

      Beat me to it. I came here specifically to make a comment that WD40 should ONLY be used to unstick things, not as a lubricant. Using it as a lubricant will simply damage things over time.

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