|Review by Hawgnutz||posted 02-29-2008 08:15 PM||1950 views||0 times favorited||7 comments|
We all know and love WD-40 for different applications. Well, the new version with the Smart Straw has a new use that you probably did not know about. If you pull off the sraw the opening is the perfect size for those spray can nozzles!
Recently, the nozzle of my spray can of glue that I use to affix my patterns to my scroll saw stock got clogged with glue. That meant that I had to soak it in solvent and clear the orfice. look at the second picture above and you can see a spray can nozzle affixed to the outlet of the WD-40 sprayer. I simply spray the WD-40 out of the nozzle for a quick burst and the nozzle is cleaned out. No more soaking or wasting the expensive glue or finish in my can to clean the nozzle!
When you use the finish or glue, again, simply give it a very quick burst to clean any residue in the nozzle and you are good to go! I think once you use it you will keep a can close to hand!
-- Saving barnwood from the scrapyards