How many of you could locate the straw for your WD-40 can right now? I can’t either, even when the can has a little horizontal holder for the straw on the cap. But with the WD-40 Smart Straw, you’ll always know where that straw is — it’s permanently attached to the front of the nozzle.
To shoot a stream, just leave the straw up. To shoot a wide spray pattern, flip it down. When down, the straw stays nice and snug against the front of the can, allowing you to stow your WD40 can wherever you want.
But its handiness comes with a price: you can buy the traditional 13.2 oz can of everybody’s favorite lubricant, cleaner, and protectant for $3, but the 12 oz Smart Straw can sells for around $3.80. A little more money, a little less WD40, a lot less trouble — it’s well worth the price, if you ask me.