WD-40 was developed in the 50's of the 20th century in the context of space research by NASA. It was created in order to link the functions of a number of products.
It has better properties than conventional light lubricants, penetrating oils, anti-corrosive preparations, displace moisture, metal cleaning, silicone sprays and many others. Gradually, it found a
Reliably releases heavily corroded connections, effectively removes rust from metal parts and protects
Lubricates and loosens seized locks, removes the squeaking off of door hinges and windows. For locks used
In automotive it is used for lubrication, displacing moisture, corrosion protection and release of stuck/broken mechanisms. It is also unique for the removal of old vignettes. Just spray on and let it do the work. The adhesive will etch and the vignette can be easily peeled off without any glue marks on the glass remained.
WD-40 was developed in the 50's of...