WD-40+vinegar, ok to use?

I sprayed some tools with wd-40 since they were rusted. After reading some posts here, it appears that vinegar is pretty good with rusty tools. Is it ok to put the tools that were sprayed with WD-40 into vinegar+salt in a plastic container? Or am i going to get a harmful chemical reaction?
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really cheap screwdrives are good for testing this sort of thing.
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gk245 wrote:

If you toss in some garlic powder, you'll get something fairly close to a basic Italian salad dressing. HTH.
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Tthere will be no problem with a reaction between the mixture and WD-40 as far as a reaction. However, WD-40 does leave a light oily residue. This residue might restrict the action of the salt-vinegar mixture. You should remove as much of the the WD-40 from the rusted areas.

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wrote:

tools. Hang made up toolbag over the side of slowly moving vessel (2-4knots) at sea. About .5 of an hour frees up most 'seized' tools and softens the corrosion on all. Treat with fresh water and scale remover afterwards - immediately.
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lol, you guys are funny.
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