Dan ran the Ames Taping store in Kansas City for over 13 Years. Over those years he made a lot of DRYWALLER buddies. These are a few of his opinions and his request for input
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No. You should not use WD-40 on rubber or plastics. WD-40 is a water displacing. It will dry out and damage rubber and plastic. Your best bet is to use silicone, grease or mineral oil when lubricating around rubber or plastic. Should I use WD40 on rubber
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