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Can’t remember the exact price but Costco has a 3 pk one at around $10.99 or so
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jackfollow wrote: Can’t remember the exact price but Costco has a 3 pk one at around $10.99 or so
It's about right, but it was 2 large cans, and one small one.

But Homehardware puts these value cans on sale for under $5 (2 or 3 times a year). I usually buy a few cans whenever they do.
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i agree home hardware has these on special..amazon has really jacked up the prices on most items
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your best bet wrote: ....amazon has really jacked up the prices on most items
Have to pay for that space flight somehow :)
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Emporium wrote: But Homehardware puts these value cans on sale for under $5 (2 or 3 times a year). I usually buy a few cans whenever they do.
Where do you use so much WD40? It seems this 411g can will last my lifetime.
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can I use this to fix my switch's Joy-Con drift problem?
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chingwu wrote: can I use this to fix my switch's Joy-Con drift problem?
Not sure but you can send back to Nintendo free of charge. Turnaround is about 2 to 3 weeks though.
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TedEdFred wrote: What can this be used for?
Removes grime from book covers.
Prevents mud and clay from sticking to shovels and boots.
Removes grease and oil stains on clothes.
Cleans chrome fixtures in bathrooms.
Makes puck slide faster on a hockey table.
Cleans and softens paint brushes.
Cleans and protects cowboy boots.
Removes crayon from walls, carpet, wallpaper, plastics, shoes, toys, chalkboard, monitors, screen doors, and rock walls.
Cleans piano keys.
Softens new baseball gloves.
Removes super strong glue from fingers.
Keeps wicker chairs from squeaking.
Removes scuff marks from ceramic floors.
Cleans and protects copper pots and pans.
Polishes and shines sea shells.
Removes water spots from mirrors.
Removes tea stains from counter tops.
Removes ink from carpet.
Keeps metal wind chimes rust free.
Keeps pigeons off window ledges
Prevents mildew growth on outdoor fountains.
Removes gunk from plastic dish drainers.
Cleans dog doo from tennis shoes.
Removes tomato stains from clothing.
Gets ink stains out of leather.
Removes roller-skate marks from kitchen floor.
Unkinks gold chains.
Penetrates frozen mailbox doors.
Removes tar from shoes.
Removes a stuck ring from a finger.
Cleans silver plates and trays.
Removes soap scum in the bathroom.
Polishes wood.
Takes the squeak out of shoes.
Wipes off graffiti.
Removes Silly Putty from carpet.
Loosens burrs, thistles, and stickers from dogs and horses.
Removes bumper stickers from cars.
Removes duct tape.

plus 100 more!

https://theconsumertips.com/what-is-wd-40-used-for/
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TedEdFred wrote: What can this be used for?
The real question is what can't WD40 be used for?Sign Of The Horns
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How long is the usual effective life span? Or do they ever expire?
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Emporium wrote: Have to pay for that space flight somehow :)
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scotsum wrote: The real question is what can't WD40 be used for?Sign Of The Horns
I have the answer to that!

lubrication of anything you actually care about
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hewjas wrote: I have the answer to that!

lubrication of anything you actually care about
WD40 is good for getting things unseized. once they are unseized, use an application-appropriate lubricant (multipurpose grease, graphite, lithium, etc)

so many people (including my father) use WD40 as a lubricant. you're just going to end up doing the job again soon. and while we're on the subject, in my experience, products like PB blaster work much better than WD40.
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hewjas wrote: I have the answer to that!

lubrication of anything you actually care about
It’s not a lubricant.
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caltran wrote: It’s not a lubricant.
hence why I wrote what I wrote..

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caltran wrote: It’s not a lubricant.
Damn, now you tell me.... Winking Face
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