What Is WD 40 Made of?

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WD-40 is a spray that can be used for a number of reasons that include lubricating automotive parts and releasing rusty bolts. It is made from petroleum distillates. Ingredients include Stoddard solvent, liquefied petroleum gas, and mineral oil.
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