Just When You Think WD-40 Can’t Get Any More Useful
I try to lube the sliding door rollers on my minivan every fall. If I spray the lube up at the roller, the overspray gets on the roof.
Lubrication where you want it
I try to lube the sliding door rollers on my minivan every fall. If I spray the lube up at the roller, the overspray gets on the roof. If I shoot down onto the roller, the overspray hits the inner door panel and window.
The new WD-40 EZ-REACH has a bendable straw, which puts an end to all that mess. I just bend a tight 90-degree turn at the end of the straw, position it on the top of the roller and give it a quick shot. The roller gets the lube it needs, and there’s no overspray to clean up.
The 8-in. straw maintains its shape until you straighten it out for storage or reshape it for another job. The EZ-REACH is brilliant and long overdue. Buy a 14.4-oz. can for about $8 at home centers.
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