New Squeeze. The one bad thing about WD-40 is that when you lose that little red straw, you have no way of controlling the spray. Trigger Pro solves that problem by putting the same WD-40 into a nonaerosol spray bottle. For very tight spots you'll still need the straw — but for most applications the spray bottle offers better control. WD-40 Trigger Pro is currently available at industrial suppliers like Grainger, Fastenal, Sid Tool Co., and R.S. Hughes. A 20-ounce bottle costs $13. WD-40 Co., 888/324-7596.

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