The company’s homey new digs in Scripps Ranch pays homage to its past and the industries that made it a success. Photos by Paul Body
WD-40 Company’s office was featured in Hatch Magazine.
BY JENNIFER MCENTEE
The WD-40 Company has been reinventing itself ever since its founders figured out that the solvents and degreasers they were creating for the aerospace industry might also be useful to consumers with squeaky doors and rusty lawnmowers.
While WD-40’s worldwide workforce has grown from 3 to 450 over the years, and its product mix has expanded well beyond that flagship lubricant in the blue and yellow can, its San Diego headquarters had been stuck in a bygone era until last August, when they moved from the Morena District to a two-story, 42,000-square-foot building in Scripps Ranch.
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