WD-40: Keep Things Quiet

WD-40 is best known for its ability to silence squeaky things around the house. 
But it has 2,000 other uses that most people don't know about.
Many of them happen to prove useful in espionage.

Copywriting and art direction.

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 When the time was right, she came for him. But the window—their escape route—was rusted shut. Lucky for him, she knew a thing or two.

When the time was right, she came for him.
But the window—their escape route—was rusted shut.
Lucky for him, she knew a thing or two.

 Things had gotten messy. Fingerprints placed him at the scene. But he knew how to cover his tracks.

Things had gotten messy.
Fingerprints placed him at the scene.
But he knew how to cover his tracks.

 Sneaking past the guards was one thing. His squeaky cell door was another. It’s a good thing he had done this before.

Sneaking past the guards was one thing.
His squeaky cell door was another.
It’s a good thing he had done this before.

Experiential

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An escape room where all of the obstacles require WD-40 to get past. The kicker? There are audio sensors throughout the room, and if you make too much noise, you're caught—mission failed. Whether it's a stuck drawer you need to access or a creaky door you have to sneak past, WD-40 is at the core of a successful escape. What better way to learn about all the uses of WD-40?