WD-40 is an oil and water based spray popularly used for both domestic and commercial purposes. It is extremely effective at loosing up screws, and bolts or getting rid of rust on door hinges. However, there are many other uses for WD-40, check them out below.
Remove coffee stain from counter
Spray a little WD on a sponge or rag and easily wipe any any hard-to-remove coffee or tea stains from your counter.
Soften up your leather belt
New leather belts can be stiff and it might take a while to break them in. Well, a little WD-40 can instantly loosen up your leather belts and any other type of leather material that need softening.
When your kids decide to stick gum on your carpets, kitchen table or sofa, a little WD-40 spray can loosen up and remove dried gum in a matter of minutes.
Remove Crayons from Walls and other Surfaces
The kids strike again, this time they've gone a little crazy with those colored crayons creating a mess of your freshly painted walls. Don't worry its WD-40 to the rescue once again, a few sprays on the spot and you can easily wipe the crayon mess away.
Removing stains from Stainless Steel
When your kitchen sink gets dirty and sticky this product can make it look shiny and new again.
Do you know any other uses for WD-40? share them with us in the comment section below.
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