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OT: WD40 Cannister

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by Vault Keeper, Jun 5, 2006.

  1. Vault Keeper

    Vault Keeper

    Sep 14, 2004
    The Vault
    I have a 12 oz caanister of WD40 that I store inside the CR (easy access) for use in door hinges, etc. I have consumed about half already when suddenly the pressure inside the can seem to fade out. And can't use the other half anymore...questions:

    *Why did this happen? Is it the way it was stored?
    *Can I just puncture the can and get the unused WD40 out? Is it safe to do that?

    Hope you can give your feedback/experience...

    regards to all....!
  2. deenoh


    Feb 3, 2003
    I am not sure if puncturing the can is safe but I've seen our vault keeper use a can of WD which he punctured using a nail to make use of the remaining contents. Para sulit I guess.

  3. jasonub


    Sep 28, 2003
    first yes you can puncture it. make sure it has no more pressure before you do so.

    secondly wd40 and the likes are classified as thin oil to creep into places to remove frozen up bolts etc.

    If you can use thicker oil it would last longer. try your auto oil. In my case i use fp 10 or militec and i applied it a year ago, still no squeaking on those hinges.

    good luck
  4. toxic


    Jan 15, 2005
    doin' time
    im guessing: the can is corroded from the outside, storage of any can in a humid area causes the acumulation of your case you stored it in the CR(you said)

    Shake the can vigorously , it will build up pressure again if not maybe it has a leak already(immerse the can in water to check)

    if nothings happening after what i have suggested just protect your face when you decide to puncture it(keep away from heat)be careful.
  5. jeric777


    Jan 12, 2006
    turn the can upside down, then press... sa tingin ko lalabas yan.