Here is an in depth study concerning WD-40
Read all four pages, and become enlightened.:wink:
:crazy:thats greek to me !!:big_smile:
" Never doubt a man that's been in the woods
I thought it was Wing Dinger 40 pounder :smile2::smile2::smile2::smile2: Garbage and surely cant be good for the poor kittys who swallow some bait loaded with it. I'll stick to my gills, skippies, shad, and mooneyes and such. Besides I aint never heard none of those squeaking when I hook 'em anyway, LOL.
Like launchen taters a few hundred yards. Or for wipen down my guns before and after a hunt in the rain.
It is a petro prouduct but it has a type of fish oil in it...I have a bottle here reading it so unless my can is different:smile2::wink::smile2::smile2:...it has fish oil in it..
I have always used WD40 on my hands after cleaning fish.. seems to work well for getting the wonderfull smell off my hands.. followed by dawn to get the oil off..
Don't worry Mark your not the only one who's confused. Read this article then read the comments, http://nesaranews.blogspot.com/2011/...t-made-of.html Make sure to read the very last one in small writing
What a Fish story!
Myth: WD-40 contains fish oil.
Consumers have told us over the years that they have caught some of the biggest fish ever after protecting their fish hooks and lures with WD-40. We believe this legend came from folks assuming that the product must contain fish oil since it appears to attract fish. Sorry Charlieģ, it just ainít so.
WD-40 Company has taken steps to respect and conserve the environment, and encourages its users to do the same. While WD-40 can be used to help protect fishing equipment from rust and corrosion, WD-40 Company does not recommend using WD-40 to attract fish.
thats from the facts and myth section from WD-40 THE COMPANY. using it on lures in the water IS POLLUTING plain and simple. it is NOT fish oil no matter how many idiot people post it all over the web. i could say today that quakerstate on cornflakes will cure cancer and post comment all over the web. still doesnt make it true. is is petrolium distillates and is a pollutant in waterways. using it on skin is another bonehead move unless you want to increase the cancer risk you have.
Myth: WD-40 cures arthritis.
This popular headline, appearing at least once a year in the tabloids, is completely FALSE. WD-40 Company does not recommend the use of WD-40 for medical purposes, and knows no reason why WD-40 would be effective for arthritis pain relief. WD-40 contains petroleum distillates and should be handled with the same precautions for any product containing this type of material.
this is NOT something im bathing in nor spraying into waterways. no wonder all these people are getting cancer. believing min myths like this stuff curing arthritis. good cure if you get cancer and die. your knuckles wont hurt any more. read warnings. there there for a reason. all the comments in the world mean chit unless its from the manufacturer. thats the ones to believe. so if you want to use it for skin lotion make sur they put that on the donation jugs at the gas station so i wont give ya any money for hospitol expenses. since ya did it to your self.
Wash with soap and water. If irritation develops and persists, get medical attention.
If irritation is experienced, move to fresh air. Get medical attention if irritation or other symptoms develop and persist.
Avoid contact with eyes. Avoid prolonged contact with skin. Avoid breathing vapors or aerosols. Use only with adequate ventilation. Keep away from heat, sparks, pilot lights, hot surfaces and open flames. Unplug electrical tools, motors and appliances before spraying or bringing the can near any source of electricity. Electricity can burn a hole in the can and cause contents to burst into flames. To avoid serious burn injury, do not let the can touch battery terminals, electrical connections on motors or appliances or any other source of electricity. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. Keep containers closed when not in use. Keep out of the reach of children. Do not puncture, crush or incinerate containers, even when empty.
Store in a cool, well-ventilated area, away from direct sunlight.
Use in a well-ventilated area.
Avoid eye contact. Always spray away from your face.
Avoid prolonged skin contact. Chemical resistant gloves recommended for operations where skin contact is likely.
None needed for normal use with adequate ventilation.
For Bulk Processing or Workplace Use the Following Controls are Recommended
Use adequate general and local exhaust ventilation to maintain exposure levels below that occupational exposure limits.