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Old 10-15-2009
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Jamestown distributors or McMaster Carr. great service and quick shipping. Jamestown has a "minimum shipping charge of $10, but their prices are better for bigger orders.
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Brand name of penetrating oil similar to WD40
Sorry John,

But I have to disagree with your similar to WD40 statement. PB Blaster is a Penetrating Catalyst, read http://toolmonger.com/category/manuf...rs/pb-blaster/

I use WD-40 to lubricate things, but when I need to loosen a nut, bolt, screw or sliding part, I use PBblaster, in my opinion there is no comparison when it comes to that type of a job.
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Use WD 40 on metal, but not on plastics. It tends to suck out the plasticizers making the plastic eventually get hard and crack.
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