|Container Size (oz.)||11 oz|
|Container type||Can||Lubricant base||Silicone|
|Nonconductive||Yes||Number of Containers||1|
|Protects against rust||Yes||Returnable||90-Day|
|Safe on any surface||No||Sprays on clear||Yes|
A: Hi, thanks for your question. Yes, our silicone spray can be used to service rubber seals such as those found on a refrigerator door. Thank you for choosing WD-40 Brand Products.
A: Hi, thanks for your question. Yes, WD-40 Specialist Silicone can be used to help lubricate and protect the sliding tracks for doors and windows. The reason for doing so is to reduce friction during use and to avoid damaging the opening mechanisms. The formula also protects metal materials from rust and corrosion. Thanks for choosing WD-40 Brand Products.
A: Hi, thanks for your question. Yes, WD-40 Specialist Silicone can be used on the bearings of wheel chair wheels and other moving parts to reduce noises & friction and add lubrication. Depending on how the wheel chair braking system works, you may wish to avoid spraying the lubricant on the wheels themselves so that the braking ability isn't affected. Thanks for choosing WD-40 Brand Products.