Yes. You're right of course. We've discussed WD-40 before.

"Water Displacement - 40th Attempt"

But don't worry, to go with the Perfect Toolkit I also have the Perfect Box of Aerosols* (another thread, perhaps**).

I find that WD-40 comes in handy when mixed (in small doses) with other products (and rubbed in with Emery paper etc.) in an attempt to shift stubborn stains, brighten metallic materials (as in rusty) and the like. smile

* Bottles, Cans, Tins ... whatever.

** For me, the interesting thing about service consumables is hunting down common or garden alternatives for the proprietary - meaning expensive - brands!

If you don't inspect ... don't expect.