WD-40 For Lawn Mower

If your lawn mower refuses to start up, spray WD-40 in the carburetor/air cleaner and pull the draw cord.

By Janette from Parkersburg, WV

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June 29, 20110 found this helpful

A can of starting fluid is much more appropriate than WD-40. FYI

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July 3, 20110 found this helpful

30 or more years ago when my husband volunteered to mow my moms lawn, he had a similar problem. When he asked for a can of WD-40, she produced a can of PAM vegetable spray & it saved the day. It may not have been appropriate for continual use but it sure worked at the time. We still laugh about that today. My mom was & still is a great professor of necessity being the greatest inventor. And I have happily followed in her footsteps using untold items in unconventional ways to suit my needs.

God Bless.

Trish in CT

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