The old stand by is WD-40...WD-40 was first used to protect the outer skin, and more importantly, the paper thin "balloon tanks" of the Atlas missile from rust and corrosion. WD is an acronym for Water Displacing and 40 is for the 40th formula of the product that is still used every day. Preventing Rust and Corrosion are its primary function as well as Lubricating and was later found to have numerous household uses. useful in both residential and commercial fields; removing dirt and residue, and extracting stuck screws and bolts are common usages, and it also loosens stubborn zippers. The product is useful in displacing moisture, as this is its original purpose and design intent.
Protect metal from rust and corrosion, penetrate stuck parts, displace moisture and lubricate just about anything with classic, reliable WD 40 lubricant. WD 40 also cleans grease, grime and other marks from most surfaces and dissolves adhesives, allowing easy removal of labels, tape, stickers and excess bonding material. This heavy duty lubricator is a great addition to any garage, shop, home or office for countless jobs.
Quickly dries out electrical systems to eliminate moisture-induced short circuits
Loosens rust-to-metal bonds and frees stuck, frozen or rusted metal parts
Lubricating ingredients are widely dispersed and hold firmly to all moving parts
Protects metal surfaces against moisture and other corrosive elements