HomeHow ToThe WD-40 Survival Guide Survival Spot How To, Infographics, Resources, Self Sufficiency It goes with out saying, but don’t leave WD-40 out of your survival stash. The WD-40 survival guide aka “toolkit in a can”. [Via WD40.com] 8 Responses diane I have three, almost full cans of WD-40 and the spray nozzle quit working. Is there anyway to get a replacement?? Reply Survivalspot I couldn't find any replacement straws but you could buy a cheap store brand lubricant just for the use of the straw. Or you could buy the new can of WD-40 with the Smart Straw http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000NV8T5Y/ref=a… Reply Gutman They are available on ebay. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Lot-30-WD40-Red-Straws-St… Rivet Along with 3-in-1 oil, WD-40 is an indispensable item to keep. Reply Matt It's also good for firestarting, since it's flammable. Reply millenniumfly Who could survive without duct tape and wd-40? Reply Naomi Hayes Furukawa Here is Hawaii, We also use WD-40 to keep the centipedes out of our homes. If you spray WD-40 on your steps (Vertical part) going in to the house and around the windows where they can get in. Only spray the vertical part where they would climb. It works! Reply Jack Hartland WD-40 works wonders on ant infestations as well. Much like your story, they even avoid the areas sprayed with WD-40 like the plague, and never set foot there afterward ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.