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One should not allow strong solvents such as acetone or xylene from touching skin. It is extremely toxic and dangerous!Here, read the MSDS for acetone:https://www.google.com/search?q=msds+acetone&ie=ut...
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WD40 completely evaporates over a short time, leaving almost no residue.At work we use it to clean off marks and membrane primer from, painted metal flashings.It does not leave any kind of lubricant behind.If you use WD40 on a lock, it will be completely dry in a day or two, and you have to add a real lube, such as oil, teflon, or graphite.WD40 is strictly a cleaner, and as it is designed: a water remover.
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