The Many Incredible Ways You Can Use WD-40

Published on 05/30/2019
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The Many Incredible Ways You Can Use WD 40

The Many Incredible Ways You Can Use WD-40



Have you ever used WD-40 when fixing rusty screws or noisy doors? Did you know that this amazing product can be used in many different ways? You only need a can of WD-40 and some information to find solutions to the problems bugging you. As a matter of fact, it can help practically everyone each and every day. Read on to see what we mean!

WD-40 For Shining Your Silver

If you are entertaining guests then you’ll probably want to use your best silverware, and what best to help you bring out their shine but WD-40? All you need is some WD-40, spray it on your silver and wipe the said silverware in a circular motion. Simple!

Shining Your Silver

Shining Your Silver

Separating Stuck Glasses

Having some drinks when your friends are visiting is normal. However, you will have a lot of problem enjoying it if your glasses are stuck together. But there is actually no need to buy new ones when that happens. All you need is to take out your WD-40 and spray it on your glasses! They will come apart easily.

Separating Stuck Glasses

Separating Stuck Glasses

Loosening Zippers

Zippers are incredible contraptions that, without a doubt, help us get dressed with a lot of ease. However, such a helpful invention can cause us humiliation if it suddenly gets stuck, especially if it happens in public. It won’t be much of a problem if you have WD-40 in hand. Just spray a little WD-40 on it and it will sure get unstuck immediately!

Loosening Zippers

Loosening Zippers

Shining Shoes

White sneakers are definitely nice to look at, but only if clean. A pair of sneakers might look absolutely great, but it doesn’t take much to make them dirty. Our advice is to keep a bottle of WD-40 in your bag. This will help you easily spray and wipe the dirt off your precious shoes.

Shining Shoes

Shining Shoes

Cleaning Tar Stains

Simple dirt stains are quite easy to remove, but tar stains are a different matter altogether. If you own a car, you’ll probably need this tip to remove tar from sticking on your vehicle. Just use some WD-40 to get it off.

Cleaning Tar Stains

Cleaning Tar Stains

Defrosting Ice

Winter is a beautiful season, but even such a gorgeous sight has its disadvantages. Scrubbing the icy windows once you get up in the morning can be such a hassle. Thankfully, WD-40 can help with this problem. Just spray some WD-40 on your icy window and wipe the frost off! Now, you can easily see the winter wonderland outside your window without the ice that blocks it!

Defrosting Ice

Defrosting Ice

Oiling Scissors

Have you ever been frustrated because of a pair of stiff scissors? Well, you can easily solve that problem now. All you need to do is apply some WD-40 to its center and you’ll immediately have a pair of scissors that work as they should.

Oiling Scissors

Oiling Scissors

Guarding Bird Feeders

It’s called a birdfeeder for a reason – because it’s supposed to birds, not squirrels! However, these rodents don’t seem to get the message. If you also have this problem, then just remember that it’s difficult to stand on an oily surface. Got it?

Guarding Bird Feeders

Guarding Bird Feeders

Removing Rings

A ring is a symbol of one’s commitment to another person. But it doesn’t mean that you should never remove it from your finger every once in a while or whenever you feel like it. So, if your ring is stuck on your finger, simply spray some WD-40 on the ring and it should easily come off.

Removing Rings

Removing Rings

Removing Gum

Have you ever come home only to discover that a piece of gum is stuck on your shoes? What were people thinking, throwing their gums on the street? It just shows how inconsiderate some people are. Good thing you can easily remove the gum with the help of WD-40!

Removing Gum

Removing Gum

Taking Out Lipstick Stains

There is something scandalous about having lipstick stain on your clothes. Really, it can be such a challenge to remove when you do the laundry. However, it is not altogether impossible to get rid of it. Just spray some WD-40 on the lipstick stain and it should be easier to scrub off!

Taking Out Lipstick Stains

Taking Out Lipstick Stains

Cleaning Crayon Stains

Although creativity should be encouraged in children, it can be hard to limit them to in their choice of masterpiece material. They may start using your walls as their canvas! So, if this is your problem, just smile about it. You can easily remove those crayon stains with WD-40.

Cleaning Crayon Stains

Cleaning Crayon Stains

Clearing Stains From Wood

Naturally, coffee tables are where people rest their glasses or mugs, so it can be difficult to avoid having stains on it. Good thing that only a little WD-40 can help you wipe it clean. However, you might also consider using coasters in the future to avoid such a problem from happening again.

Clearing Stains From Wood

Clearing Stains From Wood

Opening Rusty Locks

If you want to keep your things from criminals and intruders, you might as well invest in a great lock. However, it would be of no use if you yourself can’t open it. Rusty locks may do that, so make sure to bring some WD-40 – aside from the key, of course – whenever you need to open old locks.

Opening Rusty Locks

Opening Rusty Locks

Removing Stickers

Stickers are definitely cool. You may even have some on your bumper. “Green Peace?” Sports stickers? There can be many kinds of stickers that you may find necessary to stick to your car. But if you need to remove them, just make sure that you have some WD-40 in hand to make the process easier.

Removing Stickers

Removing Stickers

Protecting Shower Heads

Showering is indeed important, but it can also become a boring routine. You may have even started counting the pores on your shower head. Don’t be surprised if you see that not all of them actually work. Some of them are clogged. So, get some WD-40 to unclog them!

Protecting Shower Heads

Protecting Shower Heads

Keeping Your AC Clean

If you are going to have a new AC unit, you need to do something first before you have it installed. Spray some WD-40 on your new appliance. This will make sure that the air it blows is clean and fresh!

Keeping Your AC Clean

Keeping Your AC Clean

Cleaning Water Stains

Water stains on your mirror and shower walls can be very annoying. We also hate them, especially those that stick even though you’ve exerted all your energy to rub and scrub it. However, if you use WD-40 from the get-go, you won’t have a problem removing them.

Cleaning Water Stains

Cleaning Water Stains

Maintaining Fridge Gasket

In case you don’t know what a gasket is, it is the rubber part of your refrigerator that separates the fridge door from the frame. It usually collects a multitude of bits and gunk whenever you open your fridge. If you decide to clean it, make sure that you are armed with a can of WD-40 and some cloth.

Maintaining Fridge Gasket

Maintaining Fridge Gasket

Exterminating Bugs

Cockroaches, as it appears, could go through a nuclear attack and still survive. However, you will be pleased to know that they can definitely not survive a spray of WD-40! So, we now introduce you to this amazing pest repellent that you can also use for just about anything.

Exterminating Bugs

Exterminating Bugs

Getting Gum Out Of Hair

Having chewing gum stuck in your hair is not a pleasant experience, so if you’ve never experienced it, be very grateful. However, it could still happen to you in the future. So, you ever find yourself in this kind of a mess, just make sure to close your eyes and mouth when WD-40 is sprayed on your hair!

Getting Gum Out Of Hair

Getting Gum Out Of Hair

Shining License Plates

You may be able to avoid some problems with a dirty license place, but if you ever change your mind about it and decide that it needs cleaning, just use some WD-40 and dry cloth. A cop might even stop you… to praise your dirt-free and spotless license plate.

Shining License Plates

Shining License Plates

Removing Super Glue

If you thought that super glue was indestructible, then you couldn’t be more wrong. WD-40 can be easily considered as its arch nemesis. You got that right. You can remove the superglue by spraying some WD-40 on it. Superglue may not be as super as we think it is.

Removing Super Glue

Removing Super Glue

Protecting Guitar Strings

Did you know that WD-40 can also help you clean and preserve your guitar? That’s right! You can spray some WD-40 on a piece of cloth and slide it up and down the strings of your guitar. This will clean the strings as well as help it stay strong for longer use.

Protecting Guitar Strings

Protecting Guitar Strings

Preventing Splinters

Have you heard that WD-40 can also work like varnish on wood? It’s absolutely true! It may just be what you need to make your rakes, brooms, and other wooden items. Just spray some WD-40 on its surface and rub it to spread the substance evenly.

Preventing Splinters

Preventing Splinters

Breaking In Baseball Gloves

A lot of us still enjoy buying a new baseball glove, but breaking it is a completely different story. Breaking a new baseball glove is essential if you want to enjoy using it and avoid hurting your hand. You can actually use oils to soften it, but WD-40 would be even more effective and convenient!

Breaking In Baseball Glove

Breaking In Baseball Glove

Preserving Leather Sofas

WD-40’s effect on leather can only be described as magic! If you want to make your leather sofa last longer and shine brighter, we suggest that you spray some WD-40 on it and wipe it with a piece of cloth. This will help maintain its good condition, but make sure to limit the usage of WD-40 at the minimum.

Preserving Leather Sofas

Preserving Leather Sofas

Attracting Fish

No, you read that right. We know that it’s surprising but a lot of fishermen have already revealed that their secret to fishing successfully is WD-40. They spray some WD-40 on their lures and start catching fish. This tip sure can’t hurt, right?

Attracting Fish

Attracting Fish

Cleaning Your Grill

We all have had the experience of trying to remove the gunk off the grill and it sure was laborious. But it doesn’t have to be. Now, we can just spray Wd-40 on the grill and scrub it with a wire brush to remove the grease. Just make sure that there is no fire when you spray it!

Cleaning Your Grill

Cleaning Your Grill

Separating Lego

LEGO is, without a doubt, one of the best inventions out there. It is a good tool to express one’s creative side. However, it can be annoying as well as frustrating to separate them when they get stuck. So, when you find yourself in this situation, just use WD-40. This will actually help you avoid breaking any of your nails and easily separate two LEGO blocks.

Separating Lego

Separating Lego

Separating Flower Pots

Flower pots may also present us with the same problem when they get stuck together. Simply get your WD-40 out and spray it on the pots. We guarantee that you will be able to easily pull them apart without damaging them at all.

Separating Flower Pots

Separating Flower Pots

Digging Faster

You might be wondering how WD-40 could possibly help you in doing this difficult task. But let us tell you that you only need to spray this incredible substance on your spade or shovel and you’ll be able to dig into the ground easily. Easy, right?

Digging Faster

Digging Faster

Removing Tea Stains

Having tea regularly is well and good, but it can be a pain in the neck to clean the tea stains that are left on the kitchen counter or on the sink! Good thing it only takes some WD-40 and a piece of cloth to wipe it away. You’ll have a hard time remembering the stain ever existed once you’ve wiped it clean!

Removing Tea Stains

Removing Tea Stains

Shining Plants

Artificial plants may perpetually look as pretty as the first day you bought them, but it doesn’t mean that they don’t need some care every now and then. You can remove dust and make the plants glow by wiping the leaves with WD-40. Just make sure not to do this trick to your real plants.

Shining Plants

Shining Plants

Removing Ink Stains

Nothing is more annoying than pen leaks, especially if the pen leaks on your clothes! It not only means that you have to find something to write with, but that your clothes are also stained, with ink no less! We’re happy to tell you that there is a way to resolve such an issue. You can just spray WD-40 on your clothes and rinse off the stain.

Removing Ink Stains

Removing Ink Stains

Cleaning Dog Poop

Isn’t it annoying if you have to remove dog poop on the sole of your shoe? We’re pretty sure no one who has experienced it, liked it. It’s not only frustrating but smelly and gross as well. Spraying WD-40 on the area can help the poop fall right off, so it won’t really take long for you to clean it up. However, we sure hope that people would be more mindful of their dog’s poop and make sure to pick it up…

Cleaning Dog Poop

Cleaning Dog Poop

Erasing Sticker Marks

Back in the day, when you buy CDs and DVDs, they are usually with price tags and labels on them. We don’t know which genius thought it was a good idea, but it obviously was not. Luckily, we now have WD-40 to help us remove the labels and tags.

Erasing Sticker Marks

Erasing Sticker Marks

Pulling Hairs Out

It’s not what you think! We are referring to the hairs on your hairbrush, obviously. There’s no need to pull some hair. All you need to do is to put some WD-40 on the hairbrush, soak it in water and you’ll see an amazing result! You won’t need to exert so much effort to pull those dead hairs out!

Pulling Hairs Out

Pulling Hairs Out

Waterproofing Your Shoes

It may sound impossible, but WD-40 can indeed make your shoes waterproof! Just spray some WD-40 on your shoes, winter hat, coat, or socks even, and keep yourself dry when the rain pours. So, you better get those personal items ready for winter.

Waterproofing Your Shoes

Waterproofing Your Shoes

Clearing Toothpaste Stains

Toothpaste stains on the sink or counter are not pretty to look at. As a matter of fact, it can be downright ugly! You may have to see these stains if you don’t do anything about it. So, apply some WD-40 on it and wipe it clean.

Clearing Toothpaste Stains

Clearing Toothpaste Stains

Cleaning Bugs

One of the numerous challenges that a car owner faces is a bug splatter parade. This can be very difficult to clean and they’re super ugly to look at! You can, however, make things more tolerable by using some WD-40 and a rug!

Cleaning Bugs

Cleaning Bugs

Washing Bathroom Tiles

Dirt, nail clippings, gunk, and many more are the things that you may see on your bathroom tiles. We are sure that you don’t really want to know what else is there. You can scrub it all away by applying some WD-40.

Washing Bathroom Tiles

Washing Bathroom Tiles

Unsqueaking Squeaky Shoes

Isn’t it difficult to maintain a professional vibe when your shoes are squeaky? Our advice is to spray some WD-40 to minimize the squeak. You’ll have a silent pair of shoes that you could, you know, be a spy if you want. For sure, no one will hear your approach.

Unsqueaking Squeaky Shoes

Unsqueaking Squeaky Shoes

Preventing Snow Buildup On Windows

Although winter is undeniably beautiful, we also cannot deny that the view is often blocked by the frost. So, spray it with some WD-40 in winter, before the snow starts. This will prevent the snow from building up on your window, effectively giving you a perfect view of the beautiful scenery outside.

Preventing Snow Buildup On Windows

Preventing Snow Buildup On Windows

Protecting Against Wasps

When summer comes, people usually go out to enjoy the sun! However, we may not be the only creatures who enjoy this season, bees and wasps like it, too. They often come out in full force to make their new homes. However, the said homes are often near our own houses! What you can do is to spray some WD-40 in areas where you think these flying fellas might build their homes. This way they’ll choose another spot, preferably far from your house.

Protecting Against Wasps

Protecting Against Wasps

Toning Down Polyurethane Shine

Although varnish can make your wooden floors beautiful, sometimes, it makes the floors look too shiny. People may not want to walk on it, afraid that they would slip, or simply because it gleams brighter than the snow on top of Mount Everest. To tone the shine down a bit, apply some WD-40 on the floor and wipe it with a cloth. This should do the trick!

Toning Down Polyurethane Shine

Toning Down Polyurethane Shine

Removing Stuck Prostheses

Sometimes, it can be difficult to remove prostheses, and although help can be easily found, there are times when no one is around to help out. You can easily work this problem out by spraying some WD-40 on the prostheses before attempting to remove it. This way, you’ll have an easier time doing it.

Removing Stuck Prostheses

Removing Stuck Prostheses

Cleaning Dried Glue

We know, we are aware that glue is supposed to stick to the place where you applied it for a very long time. However, there are times in life where we change our minds, and it seems that nothing is set in glue. You know what we mean, right? Good thing that is exactly the case with WD-40 as it can easily remove dried up glue from any material.

Cleaning Dried Glue

Cleaning Dried Glue

Degreasing Your hands

Grease… Eww! This is one substance that’s just hard to remove on any surface. You can wash it with soap and water and your soap would even become greasy! It’s like you need a knife or acid to remove it from your hands, but don’t ever try that. You can simply apply some WD-40 on your hands to remove the grease. Just be sure to wash your hands right after you remove the grease.

Degreasing Your Hands

Degreasing Your Hands

Removing Carpet Stains

It’s nice to have some carpets at home. It makes a house look more elegant and homey. But sometimes it can be a pain in the neck to clean – when it gets stained. No matter how expensive that wine may be, it will never add to your carpet’s value once it’s stained. Luckily, WD-40 can solve this problem. Whether it’s dirt, wine or apple sauce, you can be sure that WD-40 can handle it.

Removing Carpet Stains

Removing Carpet Stains

Getting Rid Of Tomato Stains

Eating a hamburger or a hot dog can be very pleasant. The soft bun, the meat, the ketchup, the mayonnaise…However, it’s not so enjoyable when the ketchup slides down your shirt. Yes, it can be very annoying, especially if it lands on a white shirt. What can you do? Spray some WD-40 on it and wipe it clean with a cloth.

Getting Rid Of Tomato Stains

Getting Rid Of Tomato Stains

Wiping Down Your Fridge

Our fridge can be compared to the deepest part of the ocean in many ways. Oftentimes, we haven’t explored its depths and this means that there could be a lot of dirt trapped inside this depth. We’ve heard of a guy who found a celery stalk after around 8 months… obviously, it’s way past its shelf life. Can you guess how he should’ve handled that mess? We sure do!

Wiping Down Your Fridge

Wiping Down Your Fridge

Pretreating Blood Stains

It doesn’t matter if your Dracula or just a normal ah… person, you obviously wouldn’t want your clothes to have any blood stain. You might have accidentally cut your finger or grazed your knee. You definitely don’t want that stain to be a permanent feature on your clothing. So, just use WD-40 to remove the stain. It kind of works like clothes’ first aid.

Pretreating Blood Stains

Pretreating Blood Stains

Cleaning Off Old Wax

Ski season is definitely a blessing from above! But keeping your skis or snowboard in perfect condition cannot be accomplished only by waxing. It should be done by removing old wax as well. That old stubborn wax has nothing on WD-40. So, go ahead and give it a try!

Cleaning Off Old Wax

Cleaning Off Old Wax

Protecting Your Boat From Corrosion

Maintaining your boats great condition should be your top priority if you own one. Corrosions are often the most common enemy of a boat owner, so what can you do to protect your boat against it? We say WD-40 can definitely add a layer of protection on your beloved boat.

Protecting Your Boat From Corrosion

Protecting Your Boat From Corrosion

Removing Barnacles From Boats

Speaking of boats. One can be a sweet ride in the ocean and life there can get attached… literally. If you are in a situation where you want to get rid of barnacles that have found their way on your boat and made it their new home, then you would definitely need this. Our tip is to get a putty knife and WD-40 to scrape the barnacles off. To make sure that you’ve gotten rid of all of them, finish it off rubbing sandpaper on it.

Removing Barnacles From Boats

Removing Barnacles From Boats

Protecting Golf Clubs

If you’re an avid golfer, you might also be an avid cleaner of your golf club. But yes, the two may not necessarily go hand-in-hand. Maintaining golf clubs in great condition can be very challenging, so you might want a really good hack to lessen your burden. What you can do is to spray and wipe your clubs with WD-40 and a piece of cloth. This will not only make your club shine but also keep it in good condition.

Protecting Golf Clubs

Protecting Golf Clubs

Removing Stuck Spark Plugs

If you have wondered how NASCAR mechanics work at such fast pace, like removing damaged spark plugs from a motor, then you’d be pleased to know that their trick is using WD-40. They use it to easily detach those stubborn spark plugs. You can try it, too. But maybe not the NASCAR bit.

Removing Stuck Spark Plugs

Removing Stuck Spark Plugs

Renewing Saws

You might have your own saw, it can be a regular one, a rounded one, or an electric one. It doesn’t matter. What’s important is that they do tend to collect dirt and dust when not in use for a long time and the said dust can be difficult to remove. WD-40 can help you get rid of the said dirt easily. WD-40 can also make sure that dirt and dust will have a hard time sticking to your saw the next time.

Renewing Saws

Renewing Saws

Making Wicker Quiet

What’s up with the wicker? Why does it make all those awkward and strange sounds when you sit on it? Does it judge people by their weight?! Not cool wicker! If you have the same problem, then you might want to follow this tip. Just spray some WD-40 on the part that squeaks and you’ll never hear it make a sound again!

Making Wicker Quiet

Making Wicker Quiet

Lubricating Toys With Wheels

Who knows, there might be a parent out there who actually don’t find the sound of squeaking wheels annoying. But if that isn’t you then welcome to the club. Toys and creaking wheels are surely a devilish reminder that you were a kid once and had annoyed your parents with your squeaking toys, too. What you can do is to simply spray some WD-40 on that squeaking toy, and say goodbye to all that noise!

Lubricating Toys With Wheels

Lubricating Toys With Wheels

Cleaning Sliding Doors Sliding Strip

The thing that is more difficult than a one-on-one fight with Arnold Schwarzenegger is playing tug-o-war – with your door no less. A sliding door that’s stuck would be impossible to move, so get your WD-40 and spray the metal strip so the door can slide across it with ease. There will be no more unwanted exercise that involves your door from now on!

Cleaning Sliding Doors Sliding Strip

Cleaning Sliding Doors Sliding Strip

Preventing Wind Chimes Rust

Wind chimed make your porch look more attractive and homey, but they shouldn’t appear like something from a horror movie. The weather can actually make a wind chime rusty, but there is something you can do to stop this. Use WD-40 before the wet season arrives. Apply it on your wind chimes and they will function as they should.

Preventing Wind Chimes Rust

Preventing Wind Chimes Rust

Joining Plastic Shelves

Not many people have difficulty in putting plastic shelves together. The problem usually arises when they want to get them apart. To avoid getting frustrated by this, make sure to spray the parts that connect into one another with WD-40 before you assemble them for the first time. You’ll surely get the fruit of your labor later on.

Joining Plastic Shelves

Joining Plastic Shelves

Whitening Fiberglass Bathtubs

Bathtubs with stains on them are a ghastly sight. So, they should never have any. However, it is sometimes difficult to remove such stains no matter how hard you scrub it. WD-40 can actually help you remove these stains and keep it at bay. Just spray it on the tub and gently scrub it.

Whitening Fiberglass Bathtubs

Whitening Fiberglass Bathtubs

Protecting Wheelbarrows

Wheelbarrows are made of steel and metal, so it is fairly obvious where this is going. Now, let’s talk about the reason why you need to use WD-40 to keep your wheelbarrow rust-free and clean. We don’t need to go into too much detail, but it should be easy to figure out why a rust-free wheelbarrow works and looks better.

Protecting Wheelbarrows

Protecting Wheelbarrows

Removing Tape Marks

Putting up posters on the wall using tape is still done to this day, and it will most likely continue even in the future – we hope. However, if there is a need to remove the said posters or replace them, they most often than not leave some marks behind. These nasty marks can be easily wiped out with WD-40, so don’t worry too much about it.

Removing Tape Marks

Removing Tape Marks

Lubricating Swings And Other Playground Equipment

If you and your child don’t mind that squeaking swing or that creaking see-saw, then you should probably skip this one. But if it annoys you, then you might want to spray some WD-40 on it, specifically on the parts that make all those annoying sounds. You’ll absolutely love the outcome.

Lubricating Swings And Other Playground Equipment

Lubricating Swings And Other Playground Equipment

Cleaning Ashtrays

Ashtrays don’t just collect ash and cigarette butts, but they also serve as a container for a variety of dead insects – they should be informed that smoke can kill them! So, next time you get a new ashtray, make sure to spray it wi WD-40 first, and you’ll definitely see the difference. This time, cleaning up your ashtray won’t be such a hassle.

Cleaning Ashtrays

Cleaning Ashtrays

Maintaining Lawnmower Blades

We’re not sure if you’re aware of this, but those blades on your lawnmower don’t really come cheap. It makes sense then to keep them in mint condition. You can try treating them with WD-40. This will make sure that the blades are rust-free. We know we don’t really need to remind you, but be sure that the machine is off while you’re applying this miracle substance.

Maintaining Lawnmower Blades

Maintaining Lawnmower Blades

Removing Chair Marks

Chairs can also leave some marks on the floor just like shoes. Other kinds of furniture can do this, too. So, if you want to remove these ugly marks on your floor, wipe them out with a piece of cloth and WD-40. Just be careful not to leave some residue when you’re done. You don’t want anyone to slip on that spot.

Removing Chair Marks

Removing Chair Marks

Cleaning Luggage Handles

When you travel by plane, your luggage may have some stickers that are pasted by the airport staff, who are just doing their jobs. However, we can’t blame you either if you feel annoyed when it’s time to take them off. So, how do you handle this problem? Spray some WD-40 on it, of course! It’ll be easier to wipe off then.

Cleaning Luggage Handles

Cleaning Luggage Handles

Removing Stickers From Plates

Speaking of sticking stuff on surfaces, let’s add plates. This is not about plates with grease on it or food residue. You would need to wash the plates to remove those. We’re afraid even WD-40 can’t save you from washing your dishes. But we’re referring to the stickers that may have come with your plates. If you don’t want to have a hard time removing them, use WD-40.

Removing Stickers From Plates

Removing Stickers From Plates

Removing Dust From Mosquito Screens

Mosquito screens are quite good at doing the specific job that it’s supposed to do. However, they have the tendency to collect a lot of dust even though they work perfectly well at keeping those annoying pests at bay. To help you avoid getting lung problems, spray some WD-40 on a piece of cloth and use it to wipe your mosquito screen.

Removing Dust From Mosquito Screens

Removing Dust From Mosquito Screens

Polishing Gold And Brass Lamps

Before you get too excited about rubbing a golden lamp while hoping for a genie to come out, we will burst your bubble. That would most likely never happen. Let’s just say that you are taking care of your gold and brass ornaments by keeping them dust-free and shining like the stars. Wiping them with WD-40 can also prevent dust from piling up on them in the future.

Polishing Gold And Brass Lamps

Polishing Gold And Brass Lamps

Lubricating Folding Chairs And Ironing Boards

It’s sometimes challenging to pry open an ironing board or a folding chair, and it is equally frustrating if you can’t get them to fold again! What do you do to avoid this time-consuming delay? Well, it’s quite simple actually. Just put some WD-40 on those metal joints, and you’ll be able to use those items without the struggle or the delay.

Lubricating Folding Chairs And Ironing Boards

Lubricating Folding Chairs And Ironing Boards

Restoring Metal Figurines

Although not everyone is a fan of metal figurines, those who do know full well how rusty they can become. If you want an example, then you can just look at the Statue of Liberty. Ha ha ha! Going back to metal figurines, whether you keep yours inside your house or outside, you better keep it in good condition by wiping it with WD-40.

Restoring Metal Figurines

Restoring Metal Figurines

Enhancing TV Signal

Not all everyone enjoys sitting at home, watching their favorite show on the television with bunny-ears antenna. But if this is you, then we suggest that you try spraying some WD-40 on a piece of cloth and wipe your antenna with it. This can keep your TV’s antenna in mint condition, and will actually get you a clearer picture of the show you’re watching.

Enhancing TV Signal

Enhancing TV Signal

Cleaning Toilets

This is no one’s favorite chore, of that we are sure. It doesn’t matter how easy it may get. However, we have to admit that it certainly is much easier to do these days than it was in the past. Of course, you can do it by using WD-40 and brushing all the dirty stuff away. You’ll surely love the result.

Cleaning Toilets

Cleaning Toilets

Fighting Off Animals

Do you always have to fight off cats and raccoons to keep them away from your trash? Of course, they shouldn’t steal it, it’s your trash! One solution is to spray WD-40 on the top and sides of your garbage cans. This will ensure that they will have a hard time getting inside.

Fighting Off Animals

Removing Stubborn Oils

Oil, when it sticks on anything, can be very difficult to remove. We can fight it off with many kinds of soaps and detergents and we would still fail to remove it completely. WD-40 will make sure that it comes right off when you want it to and it works on pretty much any surface.

Removing Stubborn Oils

Clearing Drains

Clogged drains can be very annoying, indeed, but so are the other items on this list. Sometimes, the drains can be clogged because of hair and dirt, so give it a WD-40 treatment. Spray this miracle substance and let it sit for a while before you drain it with water. The results will surely satisfy you.

Clearing Drains

Protecting Your Speakers

If you love music and you enjoy buying all kinds of equipment for it, then you’ll know that speakers and sound systems, in general, aren’t cheap. If you want to slow down the wear-and-tear process for these items, then spray some WD-40 lightly on a dry cloth and use it to wipe the speakers. Remember not to use too much though.

Protecting Your Speakers

Protecting Your Car Doors

The rubber part between your car door and the car’s entrance is a vital part of making your car virtually waterproof. If it’s not there, then water can easily seep inside your vehicle when there’s a storm, and it will surely be a hassle. Use WD-40 on those parts to make sure that they will stay strong for a long time.

Protecting Your Car Doors

Removing Gum From Lint Screen

Have you noticed your washing machine’s lint screen and how amazing it is? However, no matter how great something is, it always has a weakness, and in this case, it’s chewing gum. We sometimes don’t notice that our kids have left their gums in their pockets, and when it’s time to wash their clothes, it usually ends up on the lint screen! Don’t panic, just spray some WD-40 on it and it’ll come right off.

Removing Gum From Lint Screen

Cleaning Cookie Tin Rust

When you badly want to eat a cookie, it can be very frustrating to fight the cookie tin just to get it! Nobody should go through such a struggle just for a cookie. You can avoid this by spraying some WD-40 on the lid before you close it to save yourself from such a frustrating experience.

Cleaning Cookie Tin Rust

Fighting Off Mildew

Your wooden furniture outside can easily start to rot during the wet season. You can fight this off by spraying some WD-40 on the legs and the top of the said furniture. This way, you won’t worry so much about mildew growing on your furniture in winter!

Fighting Off Mildew

Getting Silly Putty Out Of Furniture

Children can play anywhere and everywhere. Oftentimes, when they play, this usually results in a lot of silly putties. Those who have tried cleaning it up will know that it is one stubborn substance! Imagine this stuff on your couch! Good thing you can spray it with WD-40 and wipe it off with a rag. No biggie!

Getting Silly Putty Out Of Furniture

Cleaning Piano Keys

Dirty piano? That sure looks unattractive. There are those who think that this gives more character to the musical instrument. However, it only makes us think that it has been neglected for a long time. If you want to clean it up, use a cloth with WD-40 on it and wipe off the dust and dirt.

Cleaning Piano Keys

Preventing Mildew Growth On Fountain

Yes, we know that not everyone has a fountain at home, but for those who do, you will need this tip. Since water runs down the fountain all day long, it’s normal to see that there is a collection of mildew on it. Although it’s normal, we don’t necessarily have to like it. Spray the fountain with WD-40 when the water is off, and you won’t see the mildew growing there again.

Preventing Mildew Growth On Fountain

Removing Smoke Stains

Candles can set a romantic mood during dinner. However, sometimes a stain is left by the smoke from the candles. You can try washing it off with soap and water, but we’re sure that it will be of little help. So, if you are serious about getting rid of such marks, use WD-40 to remove them!

Removing Smoke Stains

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