12 Ways To Use WD-40 Around The Home
My dad was a mechanic, so the one thing he always had in his garage was WD-40. We also had recreational vehicles — my dad loved his ATVs and snowmobiles. He would spray all the gizmos and gadgets on them with WD-40. I was thinking about this the other day and also about how I never buy WD-40, but I remember my dad constantly using it. I did a little research, and it turns out you can use this stuff in the home, not just the garage. Take a look at this list and then share it with your friends! They might like to know this stuff, too!
1. The most common use for WD-40 is to use it to stop hinges from being squeaky.
Just put a little bit on the hinges until the door is silent! No need to replace the hinges or the entire door, but let’s talk about the unknown stuff. The stuff that you didn’t know you could do with WD-40!
2. Remove crayon from the walls.
When your little one has gone all Picasso on your walls, use WD-40 to clean it off. Put a bit of WD-40 on a rag and, with a little bit of elbow grease, the crayon will come right off.
3. Sticker residue is the worst.
The absolute worst! Rub the WD-40 onto the spot until the stickiness fades away.
4. If you have glass shower doors, you must know the struggle of keeping them free of water spots.
An easy solution for this is WD-40. Spray your glass doors with WD-40 and then wipe clean. This will create a barrier so that residues won’t build up.