RE: [DML] WD 40
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RE: [DML] WD 40

I use WD40 all the time and have no problems with Dust etc.
I find that you need to spray it on though wipe it off and then give it
another polish off with another clean cloth.
It is so easy to polish up that Ive seen me cleaning the entire car at car
shows etc.  WD40 is also very good for the black plastic parts of the car
Paul J
ps:  I have also used a top coat polish on the Delorean in the past and it
gave a really nice finish.  Quite unusual to see water beading of the car


From: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Sent: 03 August 2007 23:07
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [DML] WD 40

Now go drive through some dust and dirt and see how "furry/fuzzy" 
your car gets with all that oil on it.

Mark V

On Aug 3, 2007, at 2:39 PM, Scot Stern wrote:

> I did try a search to see if I could find this and I could not 
> so.......
> I saw a list of uses for WD 40 on the internet this morning and one,
> that was repeated several times, was using it to clean / shine
> stainless steel.
> I was definately curious so I tried it works! It appears
> to clean, creates a nice sheen and no other after effects other 
> than it
> smells like WD 40. It did also remove several water spots that were
> difficult to remove with stainless steel cleaner.
> They went on to say that it was less expensive than stainless steel
> cleaner and that a little went a long way. Interesting.-....
> Scot
> 6452


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