Quote from: SirNickity on May 21, 2014, 10:43 pmQuote from: Grumpy_Mike on May 21, 2014, 12:58 pmJust like this:-I am going to print a modified copy of this and hang it in my garage, with arrows pointing down to the requisite items on a shelf. ] And what if someone switches the items ]
Quote from: Grumpy_Mike on May 21, 2014, 12:58 pmJust like this:-I am going to print a modified copy of this and hang it in my garage, with arrows pointing down to the requisite items on a shelf.
Just like this:-
For instance why does my sliding door slide lots easier when I spray "the hard to reach nearly fully enclosed wheels" with WD40?
Collected dirt/dust that the WD cleans out.
Also don't oil bicycle chains except to soak them overnight once a year if you haven't stretched it past usefulness by then. For everyday or weekly cleaning, run the chain through a kerosene soaked rag. Oil on a chain catches dirt and grit that wears the bearings. This from someone that did stretch chains and snap teeth off cogs from a year or less of constant wear.
When I worked in a gun shoppe, we used to get guys that went shooting "once in a blue moon", they'd come in with their pride and joy that had been sitting in the cupboard for months, the pre-storage treatment was WD-40/RP-7/CRC <something>.The poor rifle would be gummed up tight as a<insert tight thing>That wasn't too bad, you could normally free up the action with a good soak in turps or diesel.The real worry was Greek or Italian blokes who had LIBERALLY applied olive oil!Once the volatile bits of olive oil have evaporated what you're left with looks and behaves like epoxy!!I had to boil a semi-auto .22 every day for nearly 2 weeks before I could get the thing apart!
19. Lubricates noisy door hinges on vehicles and doors in homes. 27. Lubricates and stops squeaks in electric fans.