WD-40 Company, maker of the trusted and versatile WD-40 Multi-Use Product, is introducing WD-40 Specialist - a new line of best-in-class specialty products formulated to give trade professionals the performance they need to get their specific jobs done right.
The new WD-40 Specialist line consists of five products: Rust Release Penetrant Spray; Water Resistant Silicone Lubricant; Protective White Lithium Grease; Long-Term Corrosion Inhibitor; and Rust Remover Soak.
"Trade professionals need products that work for specialized jobs and the WD-40 Specialist product line is a great arsenal to help them do their jobs better," said Dr. Ernest Bernarducci, vice president of research and technology at WD-40 Company. "Of course, with jobs that aren't so specialized, you can always trust the product that's been used for nearly 60 years for thousands of tasks - WD-40 Multi-Use Product."
Developed at the WD-40 Company Research and Development Center, all of the new WD-40 Specialist products are 50-state VOC compliant and have proven more effective in key performance areas than leading competitors in ASTM and other industry accepted test methods:
- Rust Release Penetrant Spray - With Blu Torch Technology, it penetrates rust 50 percent faster than the leading competitor and also helps prevent rust and corrosion.
- Water Resistant Silicone Lubricant - Dries fast and doesn't leave a mess - it even waterproofs and protects moving parts better than leading competitors.
- Protective White Lithium Grease - Ideal for metal-to-metal applications and provides long-lasting lubrication and unbeatable, superior protection.
- Long-Term Corrosion Inhibitor - Outperforms the competition and protects metal from corrosion for up to one year outdoors and two years indoors.Rust Remover Soak - Made with biodegradable ingredients and a non-toxic formula, it restores rusted metal parts back to bare metal.
WD-40 Specialist products are now available nationwide. For more information about the new product line, visit WD40Specialist.com.
Originally posted on Government Fleet