10 Ways To Use WD-40 Around The Home That You Wish You Knew Before
WD-40; the ultimate holy grail for every mechanic, engineer, or basically anyone who likes to get their hands dirty with the machines. But I bet you didn’t know that it can also be used around your house for fixing all kinds of random problems. Behold, the list of ten most random yet useful applications of WD-40 around your house is just here!
1. The obvious one is to use WD-40 to stop hinges from being squeaky
2. Remove crayon from the walls
You can use WD-40 to swipe off all the masterpieces made by your little one. Put some WD-40 on a rag, add a bit of elbow grease in it and watch the crayon come right off.
3. Sticker residue is the worst
If you are sick of the eyesore that is a sticker residue, just spray some WD-40 on it, and you can scrub the mess in no time.
4. Keep your glass shower doors spot free
Spraying WD-40 on the glass makes it slippery, so the water droplets don’t stick and glass doors of your shower remain clean.
5. Remove stuck rings
If you’ve got a bad case of a stuck ring, spray some WD-40 to easily slide it off.
6. Remove coffee and tea stains from your table
Got your counter-top or table ruined because you’re just too lazy to use coasters? Fear not, as spraying a little WD-40 on a sponge and wiping it will remove the stain in a flash.
7. Open those rusty or jammed scissors
Hate when you find your scissors all clamped up in the middle of a project? WD-40 is here to help you out!
8. Prevent snow buildup on windows
Just like the water droplets, you can use WD-40 on your car windows so that the snow slides right off. Now you don’t have to scrap your car for 30 minutes each morning.
9. Clean off chewing gum from your shoes
Everyone hates the feeling of stuck chewing gum on the shoes. Spray some WD-40 directly on the gum, wait for a few minutes, and then pull it right off.
10. Remove scuff marks
You can also get rid of scuff marks on the walls by getting a few drops of WD-40 on a rag and just rubbing them off.Share the list with your friends, and add some of your own WD-40 hacks in the comments below!