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Getting rid of surface rust seems to be one of the simplest things you’ll likely do. Whatever is in the stuff (and the WD-40 company isn’t about to reveal its secret ingredients), it does a great job of removing surface rust. Once coated, metal seems to acquire an inordinate resistance to future rusting. These are among the reasons WD-40 occupies (along with duct tape) such a prominent position in the lore of DIY. Of course, the deeper the rust, the more difficult your job will be. The WD-40 Company recommends spraying it on surface rust, waiting ten minutes, then scrubbing it with “something abrasive” to finish the job. This is a little different from “wipe away,” of course, and the difference is the degree of rust you’re dealing with. Cleaning up very rusty old tools might require a little more elbow grease than knocking the surface rust off a metal fire pit.

Speaking of fire pits, there are a few cautions to keep in mind. First, don’t use WD-40 on or near an active fire pit — the spray is flammable. Also, WD-40 is not a salad dressing, so if you are using your outdoor furniture for processing garden veggies, keep in mind that standard WD-40 is not NSF-certified and shouldn’t be used where it can come into contact with food or food preparation surfaces.


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