I broke my bike in a poor location where I can only find poor rusted bikes. I am switching to one bike with rusted screws, I am trying to get things such as touring back rack and water-bottle holders to the new bike. I cannot find WD-40 here to take the screw out. The comment here speculates Kerosene and Naptha as the ingredients of WD-40.
- So how can I substitute the WD-40?
- How can I find some physical way to remove the rusted screws in the bike?
Edit: I have solved the problem with time and Coca Cola in one screw. I let the screw to be 2 hours in Coca Cola and I got it off later. I am still unsure whether this is the best solution, at least it tastes good and it is easily available. More this kind of solutions?
I have a multitool with a file, saw and knives.