5 out of 7 Days A Week Minimum, Every Week

As a matter of fact, I got so tired of getting ass raped buying the spray cans that I finally said Fuck It and just bought a gallon can of the stuff.

I even finally convinced The Wifely Unit to get me a big spray can of it for Valentines day.

I’m not even joking.

7 thoughts on “5 out of 7 Days A Week Minimum, Every Week

  1. That’s funny right thar. I probably should but keep no less than 2 cans on hand at all times. It contains DMSO which is the penetrating component. When I was a kid my uncle was rubbing some on his knee for arthritis it is analgesic. Then I saw a bottle at the local tractor supply store.

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  2. One of my favorite gun nuts, Brigid Johnson, says that Hoppes #9 is her favorite scent; a dab behind each ear.
    I’m not real fond of WD40 as an odor, but I use a lot of it. Another scent I do like is avgas, known as 100LL. It’s the last of the leaded fuels, and smells nothing like the automotive stuff. And being what the industry calls a “boutique fuel” made in much smaller quantities, it is insanely expensive.

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    • I’ve always got the memory scent of 115/145 aromatic avgas in my brain. lovely. but, I digress. I’ve got a gallon of wd and a gallon of the CRC product out in the garage. I use the CRC as a rust inhibitor and the WD for everything but contact cleaning.

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  3. Back in the golden years of building mechanical maintenance, we’d buy that stuff by the gallon and mix it with 3-1 oil and use it in a pump squirt can for all the outdoor air damper linkage. Stuff worked great for years. Haven’t been able to do that for a long tome now. Office or state worker catches one whiff of WD-40 and the whole building population goes home with sick-building syndrome and with pay. Now we just replace rusted up stuff for a small fortune of course. Prices going up again.

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