Tips Around the House

WD40


Uses for WD40

  • Cleans and prevents rust on metal garden tools (try it on your wheelbarrow too).
  • Loosen rusty nuts, bolts and screws.
  • Lubricate squeaky hinges on doors and garden gates.
  • Removes crayon from hard surfaces.
  • Removes sticky residue from labels on hard surfaces.
  • Spray on snow shovel to keep snow from sticking; also protects metal shovels from the effects of salt.
  • Cleans and protects lawn mower blades; prevents grass clippings from sticking as much.

  • Spray on garden tools to prevent clay soil from sticking.
  • Spray on flower pots to prevent them from sticking together in storage.
  • Removes permanent marker from white erase boards and other hard surfaces.
  • Spray on landscape spikes to make it easier to drive them into landscape timbers.
  • Removes scuff marks from hard floors (make sure to clean well with a degreaser afterwards so floor is not slippery).
  • Removes dried nail polish from many hard surfaces.
  • Removes gum from carpet and hair.

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