LIQUI MOLY LM 40 impresses in practical tests

October 31, 2023
LIQUI MOLY LM 40 impresses in practical tests
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LIQUI MOLY may be best known for quality engine oils, but it has shown how quality and performance runs throughout its range with its LM 40 Multi-Purpose Spray performing very impressively in consumer test. 


The test experts at Germany’s largest car magazine, Auto Bild, tested twelve multi-functional oils in spray cans in the categories of instructions, safety, ease of application, effect and material compatibility. Of the twelve multi-purpose oils, only two fulfilled all the promises made on the label, with LM 40 being ranked number 1.

A true multi-purpose lubricant should offer; wear protection, rust protection, water displacement and contact spray, but many of the products tested could not perform well in all categories and claims to be truly multi-purpose appear exaggerated.  However, multi-functional spray LM 40 from LIQUI MOLY was both the performance test champion and price/performance winner. 

LM 40 Multi-Purpose Spray was found to be a true all-round product that meets all the criteria for a good multi-oil in the test. It has good penetrability, displaces water perfectly, is gentle on materials, and protects well against rust. It also offers excellent lubrication and wear protection is very good. It was also found to have a very good value price/performance ratio. 

LIQUI MOLY LM 40 is available from stockists nationwide and has a multitude of uses in both the workshop and at home.
Liqui Moly
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