I just saw a Readers Digest article recommending WD-40 for FIFTY (50) uses.
I only got to 30 before I had to go to something else.
Nothing against WED 40, but does this sound reasonable?
print version easier to follow.
Some are not too bad, like removing crayon or grease. The one about the
squirrel on the feeder is questionable. Worth trying, I guess.
On Thursday, October 3, 2013 4:59:20 AM UTC-7, Stormin Mormon wrote:
Weeelll. actually, there IS scientific work going forward re: age of the universe, whether it's expanding faster than the laws of physics would allow. Be interesting if in our lifetimes there was evidence that the speed of light
is NOT an absolute. Wow, would that ever kick the Standard Model's ***!
Hah! I read that there's a new film coming out called "Gravity" where two space-suited astronauts get accidentally untethered and make their way to safety.
On Wednesday, October 2, 2013 12:44:49 PM UTC-7, Higgs Boson wrote:
ded commercial, so thanks for not shooting me <g>
NOW: Between WD40 and 3-in-1 oil:
Sometimes I forget and leave garden tools out overnight, or maybe longer. T
o get them back in shape, I immerse in vinegar (weak acid), then wipe off a
nd apply oil. It works OK; just curious if using WD 40 would work as well
as vinegar. Will do experiment next time I goof and leave tools out, but co
uld i get your input?
or maybe longer. To get them back in shape, I immerse in
vinegar (weak acid), then wipe off and apply oil. It works
OK; just curious if using WD 40 would work as well as
vinegar. Will do experiment next time I goof and leave
tools out, but could i get your input?
Since WD is a water displacer product, you may wish to spray
your tools BEFORE you leave them out. Spray em all today, and
get it over with.
Repeat about every six months.
Christopher A. Young
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