30+ Uses For WD-40 That Never Even Crossed Your Mind

Published on January 9, 2019
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30 Uses For WD 40 That Never Even Crossed Your Mind

30 Uses For WD 40 That Never Even Crossed Your Mind



Do you use WD-40 to fix noisy doors and rusty screws? If so, good for you! However, there is more to this amazing lubricant than that. As a matter of fact, it might be the solution to some of your worst nightmares. Chewing gum in your hair? Squirrels taking advantage of your bird feeder? All you need is WD-40 and a little information to set these things straight. Once you are done reading this, you will probably turn to it for all your household problems. It’s pretty similar to duct tape since its creators did not expect how useful it would end up becoming.

By now, you are probably wondering if the name means anything at all. We’ll have you know that the first half refers to “water displacement” since it was what inventor Norm Larsen had in mind when he debuted it in 1953. The latter part, however, means the 40th formula was used. Anyway, you will find the company in San Diego, California. Rumor has it that workers don’t tend to ‘stick around’, however… har har har.

True enough, we don’t really know what actually goes into the product. But honestly, we believe that it doesn’t matter. The important thing here is to know if it works – and guess what? It does. Now that we got that out of the way, let us see what benefits come with this miracle substance. You would be wrong if you thought it could only help handymen, plumbers, and the like. The truth is that it can help anyone with day-to-day problems. Keep reading to see how!

WD-40 For Shining Your Silver

Are you entertaining guests and bringing out the silver? If so, you would not want them to use anything but the very best. WD-40 will help you bring out the shine in your silverware. All you have to do is spray some WD-40, do some circular wiping, and that’s it!

Shining Your Silver

Shining Your Silver

Separating Stuck Glasses

A round of shots is pretty much expected when you have some friends over. However, what will you do when the shot glasses have gotten stuck? There is no need to head to the store and buy new ones. Just bring out your WD-40 and spray! They will come apart in no time.

Separating Stuck Glasses

Separating Stuck Glasses

Loosening Zippers

The zipper is definitely an amazing contraption, though it can ultimately lead to awkward situations when they suddenly get stuck. It’s not a big deal if you have your WD-40 on-hand. Now, all you need to do is give it a small spray and voila! You’re good to go.

Loosening Zippers

Loosening Zippers

Shining Shoes

White sneakers can definitely leave an impression, but only if they are clean! A pair of these might look gorgeous, but it does not take long before they are covered in dirt. Let us tell you something – keep WD-40 in your bag since a spray and gentle rubbing is all it takes to clean the dirt off.

Shining Shoes

Shining Shoes

Cleaning Tar Stains

We have already talked about simple dirt and stains, so let us now talk about tar. If you are a car owner, you probably hate it when you get tar on your vehicle. A little WD-40 will get it off in no time!

Cleaning Tar Stains

Cleaning Tar Stains

Defrosting Ice

Winter might be beautiful, but looks can be deceiving. No one enjoys scrubbing at icy windows the moment they get up. It’s a good thing the WD-40 exists so spray and wipe away the frost! Winter wonderland from your dining room is now possible.

Defrosting Ice

Defrosting Ice

Oiling Scissors

What do you do when you need to cut something but only have a stiff pair of scissors on-hand? Well, you apply a spray of WD-40 to its center, of course! After spraying the joint part in the middle, they should now work like they used to.

Oiling Scissors

Oiling Scissors

Guarding Bird Feeders

It’s called a birdfeeder, not a squirrel feeder! Unfortunately, these rodents haven’t figured it out yet. If you are dealing with this problem, just know that they can’t stand still on oily surfaces… Get it?

Guarding Bird Feeders

Guarding Bird Feeders

Removing Rings

True enough, a ring often symbolizes a lifelong commitment. However, do not forget that you should be able to remove it whenever you want! What’s that? Oh, it got stuck on your finger? If so, spraying WD-40 on the ring should do the trick.

Removing Rings

Removing Rings

Removing Gum

Isn’t it annoying when you get gum on your shoes? We would honestly like a word or two with the low-lives who spit it out on the sidewalk without any consideration. It’s a good thing that WD-40 can help with scraping it off!

Removing Gum

Removing Gum

Taking Out Lipstick Stains

It is not exactly appropriate to step outside with lipstick stains on your clothes! Truly, it can be hard to scrub it off. Our advice? Spray a little WD-40 on the stain and it should be much easier to get rid of it.

Taking Out Lipstick Stains

Taking Out Lipstick Stains

Cleaning Crayon Stains

Although it is impressive when children exhibit creativity, you might want to limit them to paper first. Sadly, this does not always happen, and they sometimes start using your walls as a canvas! Spray some WD-40 to give your walls a new life.

Cleaning Crayon Stains

Cleaning Crayon Stains

Clearing Stains From Wood

Coffee tables are where people typically rest their mugs or glasses when you are entertaining guests. Don’t be surprised to find stains on it! Luckily, a little WD-40 will help you clean it up. In the future you might want to consider getting cup coasters.

Clearing Stains From Wood

Clearing Stains From Wood

Opening Rusty Locks

A great lock is essential if you want to keep intruders and criminals out of the house. However, it is basically useless if you can’t get inside either. A rusty lock can be fixed in no time if you are carrying a can of WD-40.

Opening Rusty Locks

Opening Rusty Locks

Removing Stickers

There is no way we can deny how cool stickers can be. Do you have a “Green Peace” sticker on your bumper? Maybe you have some sports stickers there too. When the time comes to remove them, don’t forget to use WD-40.

Removing Stickers

Removing Stickers

Protecting Shower Heads

Even though showering is important, it is true that it can get a little boring sometimes. Perhaps you’ve even tried counting the pores on the shower head. Don’t be alarmed to find that not all of them are letting water through. WD-40 the clog away!

Protecting Shower Heads

Protecting Shower Heads

Keeping Your AC Clean

If you are planning on getting a new AC unit installed, make sure to do this first. Why don’t you spray the appliance with a little WD-40 before its installation? We guarantee that you will get fresher air this way!

Keeping Your AC Clean

Keeping Your AC Clean

Cleaning Water Stains

Can you think of anything more annoying than water stains on your shower walls and mirrors? We hate them too, especially the ones that do not go away even after all the rubbing and scrubbing. Well, if you just used WD-40 from the very beginning, you won’t be having this problem!

Cleaning Water Stains

Cleaning Water Stains

Maintaining Fridge Gasket

Just in case you didn’t know, a gasket refers to the rubber separator for the fridge door and frame. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that some terrible bits and gunk get stuck in there. If you need to clean it, come armed with a can of WD-40 and a piece of cloth.

Maintaining Fridge Gasket

Maintaining Fridge Gasket

Exterminating Bugs

Cockroaches can allegedly make it through a nuclear blast. However, you can be sure that they won’t survive a WD-40 spraying! Everyone, meet your new pest repellent that you can use for just about anything.

Exterminating Bugs

Exterminating Bugs

Getting Gum Out Of Hair

If you have never had chewing gum stuck in your hair, consider yourself blessed. However, it might still happen in the future! WD-40 can get you out of this mess. Just make sure your mouth and eyes are closed when you spray it onto your locks!

Getting Gum Out Of Hair

Getting Gum Out Of Hair

Shining License Plates

A dirty license plate can save you from trouble sometimes, but is it really worth it? If you ever get it into your head to clean it, simply use a dry cloth and WD-40! Who knows, you might even get pulled over by a cop… to praise you for your spotless plates.

Shining License Plates

Shining License Plates

Removing Super Glue

You were wrong if you thought the super glue was indestructible, WD-40 has risen to the challenge as its ultimate nemesis! That’s right. WD-40 sprayed on superglue can remove it from pretty much anything. Nothing is forever, right?

Removing Super Glue

Removing Super Glue

Protecting Guitar Strings

You can use WD-40 to clean and protect the strings of a guitar! If you are the proud owner of the musical instrument, you can use it by sliding a cloth with WD-40 up and down the strings. Clean and strong strings for the future.

Protecting Guitar Strings

Protecting Guitar Strings

Preventing Splinters

Did you know that you can also use WD-40 like a varnish? It’s true! This might be what you need if you want to extend the lives of your brooms, rakes, mops, and other single-stick items. Spray and rub WD-40 to get the most out of them.

Preventing Splinters

Preventing Splinters

Breaking In Baseball Gloves

We still enjoy getting a new baseball glove in this day and age. Unfortunately, we cannot say the same thing about the process of breaking it in. You can use oils to soften it up, but why not use WD-40 instead? It’s convenient and effective!

Breaking In Baseball Glove

Breaking In Baseball Glove

Preserving Leather Sofas

We guess WD-40 works like magic when it comes to leather! If you want to give your leather sofa the love it deserves, spritz WD-40 onto a cloth and wipe the piece of furniture with it. This will keep it in great condition, as long as you use the WD-40 in moderation.

Preserving Leather Sofas

Preserving Leather Sofas

Attracting Fish

No, you did not misread that. You should know that numerous fishermen revealed WD-40 to be their secret. They spray the fishing lures with this miracle product first, apparently! It can’t hurt, right?

Attracting Fish

Attracting Fish

Cleaning Your Grill

Haven’t we all experienced the horror off scrubbing the gunk off the grill? It doesn’t have to be hard. WD-40 can make your life easier. Just spray it on the grill and use a wire brush to scrub off the grease. People, make sure there isn’t a fire when you spray!

Cleaning Your Grill

Cleaning Your Grill

Separating Lego

Hands down, LEGO is one of the greatest inventions ever. It is a great way to explore one’s creativity regardless of age. Unfortunately, it can be frustrating when they get stuck. The solution? WD-40. No more of that nail-breaking battle to get two pieces apart.

Separating Lego

Separating Lego

Separating Flower Pots

This also applies to flower pots. Whenever you can’t pull them apart, all you need to do is to get the WD-40. We can guarantee that it will let you pull them off from one another without damaging them and without having any trouble at all.

Separating Flower Pots

Separating Flower Pots

Digging Faster

Let us tell you how WD-40 can make this difficult job a lot easier. If you want to dig efficiently, simply spray your shovel or spade first so that you can cut into the ground like a hot knife through butter. Mmmm, sounds delicious!

Digging Faster

Digging Faster

Removing Tea Stains

We all love tea, but it can be a hassle to clean those tea stains on the kitchen counter or sink! Spray and wipe will be all it takes when you use WD-40. Trust me, after you’ve done cleaning those stains it will be hard to even remember that they ever existed.

Removing Tea Stains

Removing Tea Stains

Shining Plants

It might be an artificial plant but that does not mean you should neglect it all together! Get rid of the dust by using WD-40 to wipe the leaves. Just don’t try to be a hero and try this ingenious trick on your real plants.

Shining Plants

Shining Plants

Removing Ink Stains

What could be more annoying than pen leaks? How about pen leak stains on your clothes? It means you don’t have anything to write with AND your clothes are stained with ink. We’re glad you only need a spray and rinse to get it off!

Removing Ink Stains

Removing Ink Stains

Cleaning Dog Poop

Don’t you hate it when you get dog poop under your shoe? Yeah, I’m sure no-one could have answered that they love it. It’s annoying, gross, and smelly. WD-40 can make it fall right off, however! As for those people who don’t pick up their dog poop…

Cleaning Dog Poop

Cleaning Dog Poop

Erasing Sticker Marks

When you bought CDs and DVDs back in the day, they sometimes came with labels and price tags on the underside. Don’t ask which genius decided that this was a good idea, because it really was not. Lucky for us, WD-40 made it much easier to peel them off!

Erasing Sticker Marks

Erasing Sticker Marks

Pulling Hairs Out

Don’t jump to conclusions – we are talking about hairs on your hairbrush! Whew! No hair pulling please. Apply some WD-40 to the hairbrush, submerge it in water, and voila! You can now pull all those dead hairs out without a problem.

Pulling Hairs Out

Pulling Hairs Out

Waterproofing Your Shoes

It might seem unbelievable, but WD-40 will keep your shoes waterproof! All you need to do is spray your shoes, your coat, your winter hat, your socks (if you want) and stay dry as the rain comes down. Winter, here we come.

Waterproofing Your Shoes

Waterproofing Your Shoes

Clearing Toothpaste Stains

Toothpaste stains on the counter or sink do not make for eye candy. In fact toothpaste has never made for any kind of candy, ever! These stains will be there for a long time unless you apply a little WD-40!

Clearing Toothpaste Stains

Clearing Toothpaste Stains

Cleaning Bugs

There are many challenges car owners face and a bug splatter parade is one of them. They can be such a pain to clean, and to make matters worse they’re super ugly. Make your life easier by using a rag and some WD-40!

Cleaning Bugs

Cleaning Bugs

Washing Bathroom Tiles

Gunk, nail polish, dirt. These are only a couple of things that make their way to the bathroom tiles. Trust me, you don’t want me to start going through the full list. Scrub away at these gross stains with some WD-40!

Washing Bathroom Tiles

Washing Bathroom Tiles

Unsqueaking Squeaky Shoes

It is hard to act all professional when you are wearing squeaky shoes. Our suggestion? Spray some WD-40 to tone down your footsteps! Your shoes will be so silent you could, if you wanted to do, become an international spy. Nobody will hear you come.

Unsqueaking Squeaky Shoes

Unsqueaking Squeaky Shoes

Preventing Snow Buildup On Windows

Winter can indeed be beautiful, but how can you appreciate the scenery when the windows are misted up? By spraying some WD-40, that’s how. In fact, spraying your windows before the snow even starts will prevent snow from ever resting on your windows in the first place.

Preventing Snow Buildup On Windows

Preventing Snow Buildup On Windows

Protecting Against Wasps

Summer is the perfect time to get out and enjoy the sunshine! But you know, we aren’t the only ones enjoying the heat express, wasps and bees are too. They come out in full force to build new homes for themselves, but the problem is that those homes are usually in the rafter of ours! Spray some WD-40 in the areas where these flying fellas might set up and they’ll choose somewhere else.

Protecting Against Wasps

Protecting Against Wasps

Toning Down Polyurethane Shine

While varnish certainly does give your wooden floors a beautiful facelift, it can sometimes make too much of an impact. Nobody wants to walk into a house that’s shining brighter than the snow on Mount Everest. To get that glow to “calm down” a little, spray some WD_40 on a cloth and wipe it down.

Toning Down Polyurethane Shine

Toning Down Polyurethane Shine

Removing Stuck Prostheses

Removing prostheses can be quite difficult at times, and even though the help of someone else would be amazing, they’re not always around to lend a hand. WD-40 can work as a dislodger which can make removing prostheses a little easier.

Removing Stuck Prostheses

Removing Stuck Prostheses

Cleaning Dried Glue

I know, I know, glue is supposed to stay in the place you put it for all eternity. But like many things in life, we have seconds thoughts and nothing is set in glue, you know. Well at least that’s the case when it comes WD-40, because if there’s any product that knows how to clean up dried glue, it’s our friend.

Cleaning Dried Glue

Cleaning Dried Glue

Degreasing Your hands

Ugh, grease is just one of those things that never really goes away. You wash it with soap and your soap even becomes greasy. You virtually need a knife and acid to remove grease – don’t ever try that, by the way. WD_40 can help to remove grease. Just make sure to wash your hands off right away.

Degreasing Your Hands

Degreasing Your Hands

Removing Carpet Stains

Carpets are beautiful, usually at least. Do you know what ruins a carpet more than anything else? A stain. It doesn’t matter how expensive that wine was, it does not add a drop of value to the rugs or carpets in your home. Wine, shoe dirt or apple sauce, WD-40 has you covered.

Removing Carpet Stains

Removing Carpet Stains

Getting Rid Of Tomato Stains

I love myself a hamburger or a hot dog. The meat, the soft bun, the spicy mayonnaise, the ketchup… but not so much when it takes a slide down the front of my shirt. Yeah, that’s never a welcome guest in white shirt land. What can you do about it? You can spray a cloth with WD-40 and gently wipe it clean.

Getting Rid Of Tomato Stains

Getting Rid Of Tomato Stains

Wiping Down Your Fridge

In some way fridges are like the deepest depths of the ocean. We’ve never explored their full depths, and this is especially true when it comes to dirt that gets trapped in there. I know a guy who found a stalk of celery after about 8 months… it didn’t look too green though. Do you know how he should have cleaned up that mess? We do!

Wiping Down Your Fridge

Wiping Down Your Fridge

Pretreating Blood Stains

Whether you’re Dracula or just a regular vampi… um, person – you probably don’t want any blood on your clothing. You might have cut your finger or fallen and grazed your knee, WD_40 can help prevent that blood blotch from becoming a permanent stain. It’s like first aid for your clothing.

Pretreating Blood Stains

Pretreating Blood Stains

Cleaning Off Old Wax

Man, ski season is like a gift from the winter gods! Keeping your snowboard or skis in great condition isn’t just done by waxing, it’s done by cleaning off old wax too. Removing that old stubborn wax is what WD-40 was made for… in addition to a million other things, as you know already.

Cleaning Off Old Wax

Cleaning Off Old Wax

Protecting Your Boat From Corrosion

Keeping your boat in tip-top condition should be a greater priority than pretty much most other things. Corrosion is the natural enemy of any boat owner and enthusiast, so what could you do to protect yourself against it? I say try WD-40 as a layer of protection against it.

Protecting Your Boat From Corrosion

Protecting Your Boat From Corrosion

Removing Barnacles From Boats

You know your boat is a sweet ride when ocean life starts to get attached… literally. If you’re looking to get rid of barnacles that found a new resting place on your boat then you’ll need this. WD-40 and a putty knife will help you scrape off all that mess. For a good finishing touch, add a bit of rubbing with sandpaper.

Removing Barnacles From Boats

Removing Barnacles From Boats

Protecting Golf Clubs

Are you an avid golfer? Are you an avid cleaner? Yeah, those two certainly don’t have to go hand-in-hand. Keeping your golf clubs in mint condition is a real challenge, so you might want to consider a little life hack that can go a long way. Spray and shine your clubs – not just because they’ll look great, but because it will keep them in good condition too.

Protecting Golf Clubs

Protecting Golf Clubs

Removing Stuck Spark Plugs

Have you ever wondered how NASCAR mechanics do things with such haste? Like removing those damaged spark plugs from a motor vehicle. Their trick actually comes back to WD-40 which they use to make those stubborn spark plugs come out like magic. Try it… not the NASCAR bit though.

Removing Stuck Spark Plugs

Removing Stuck Spark Plugs

Renewing Saws

I don’t know if you’ve got regular saws or rounded saws or even electric saws, but it doesn’t really matter. What matters is that they collect dust and dirt which can be hard to remove. WD-40 can make sure that the dirt comes off and that it has a hard time staying on in the first place.

Renewing Saws

Renewing Saws

Making Wicker Quiet

What’s the deal with wicker? Seriously though. It makes all these weird and awkward sounds when you sit down in it. It sometimes feels like I’m being judged for my weight, which is really not cool. The solution to this very first-world problem? Spray WD-40 where it creaks and squeaks and you won’t ever hear it speak!

Making Wicker Quiet

Making Wicker Quiet

Lubricating Toys With Wheels

There might actually be a single parent in the whole universe that actually doesn’t mind the sound of squeaking wheels. It isn’t you? We’re not surprised at all. Toys with squeaky wheels are the devil’s way of reminding you that you used to once be a kid and you had annoying and noisy toys too. Spray those wheels with WD-40 and say goodbye to that squeaking!

Lubricating Toys With Wheels

Lubricating Toys With Wheels

Cleaning Sliding Doors Sliding Strip

Do you know what’s more difficult than going head to head with Arnold Schwarzenegger in a tog-o-war? Dragging a sliding door that won’t budge. Take out your WD-40 and spray the metal strip where the door is supposed to slide across and then slowly move the door over it a few times until it feels easy.

Cleaning Sliding Doors Sliding Strip

Cleaning Sliding Doors Sliding Strip

Preventing Wind Chimes Rust

Wind chimes add character to a porch or home’s entrance, but they shouldn’t look like they’ve come from a zombie’s garage sale. Weather plays a big role in the rustiness of wind chimes, but you can prevent this. WD-40 before the wet season and you’ll have wind chimes that actually make the sounds they’re supposed to.

Preventing Wind Chimes Rust

Preventing Wind Chimes Rust

Joining Plastic Shelves

I don’t think many people have a problem putting plastic shelves together. The issue comes when they’re trying to get them apart during disassembly. To beat this frustration, spray parts that go into one-another before you build it for the first time. You’ll reap the benefits afterwards.

Joining Plastic Shelves

Joining Plastic Shelves

Whitening Fiberglass Bathtubs

Bathtubs should never have stains in them, yuck! The problem is that sometimes we can’t help it, not matter how hard we try to scrub them down. WD-40 can actually get rid of these stains for a long time, and when you need to clean them up again, this spray will help you do it with ease.

Whitening Fiberglass Bathtubs

Whitening Fiberglass Bathtubs

Protecting Wheelbarrows

Wheelbarrows have wheels, and wheelbarrows have metal. Now that we’ve gotten the obvious out of the way, let’s talk about why you should always use WD-40 to keep these guys clean and rust-free. We won’t go into too much detail, but we will say that they look good and work better when they’re rust-free.

Protecting Wheelbarrows

Protecting Wheelbarrows

Removing Tape Marks

Putting posters up your room wall with tape is still a thing, and it probably will be for all eternity. We can only hope. When you need to take them down (to replace them of course) they very often leave behind some tape marks and they are nasty. Wipe them down with WD-40 and they should come right off.

Removing Tape Marks

Removing Tape Marks

Lubricating Swings And Other Playground Equipment

If your kid finds that creaking see-saw or those squeaking swings therapeutic then you should skip this one. If it annoys the heck out of you then you’ll want to spray some WD-40 on the parts that are making the creaking choir croak. You’ll love the results.

Lubricating Swings And Other Playground Equipment

Lubricating Swings And Other Playground Equipment

Cleaning Ashtrays

Ashtrays collect not just gross ash and cigarette butts, but also an array of dead insects – somebody has to tell them that smoking kills! The next time you buy a new ashtray, spray it with WD-40 and you’ll see just how easy it is to clean up afterwards. It’ll all come right off.

Cleaning Ashtrays

Cleaning Ashtrays

Maintaining Lawnmower Blades

I don’t know if you know this, but the blades you need for your lawnmower are really not cheap. If you’d like to keep them in good condition, and without rust, try giving them the WD-40 treatment. I really shouldn’t have to say this, but make sure that the machine is off when you’re wiping them down.

Maintaining Lawnmower Blades

Maintaining Lawnmower Blades

Removing Chair Marks

Just like shoes, chairs can sometimes leave marks on the floor. The same goes for all kinds of furniture too. If you want to get rid of these nasty stains on your floors, whip out WD-40 and wipe them down. Make sure you don’t leave any residue behind – you don’t want anyone slipping.

Removing Chair Marks

Removing Chair Marks

Cleaning Luggage Handles

Airport staff has to put stickers on your luggage handles, we can’t really blame them. However that doesn’t mean that we can’t get annoyed that when we remove them the handles feel like the inside of a beehive! What’s the answer to this problem? Try spraying the residue with WD-40 and then wipe it all away.

Cleaning Luggage Handles

Cleaning Luggage Handles

Removing Stickers From Plates

Hey, if we’re still talking about sticky stuff then let’s add plates. We’re not discussing plates that are greasy with food residue; for that you need to wash them. Sorry, there’s no shortcut to washing dishes, even with the help of WD-40. What our magic product can do is remove the stickers that come with your plates.

Removing Stickers From Plates

Removing Stickers From Plates

Removing Dust From Mosquito Screens

Mosquito screens have a very specific purpose, and they usually do a good job at it. But other than stopping those annoying pests from feasting on your feet in the middle of the night, mosquito nets tend to collect a lot of dust. In order to prevent this from happening, spray WD-40 on a cloth and wipe those screens.

Removing Dust From Mosquito Screens

Removing Dust From Mosquito Screens

Polishing Gold And Brass Lamps

Before you start jumping from excitement at the thought of rubbing a golden lamp and having a genie pop out, let’s just say that we don’t think that will happen. Wiping down your brass or gold ornaments will not only have them shining like beautiful stars, it will also prevent dust from building up on them.

Polishing Gold And Brass Lamps

Polishing Gold And Brass Lamps

Lubricating Folding Chairs And Ironing Boards

It really sucks trying to pry open a folding chair or an ironing board… and it’s sometimes even more frustrating when you can’t get it folded up again! What is it about metal joints that just get so rusty so quickly? Well that’s not the matter right now. What is, is getting them WD-40’ed up and back into full use.

Lubricating Folding Chairs And Ironing Boards

Lubricating Folding Chairs And Ironing Boards

Restoring Metal Figurines

So not everyone is a fan of metal figurines, but those who are know just how rusty they can get. If you’re looking for a good example of this, look no further than the Statue of Liberty. Har har! Anyway, if you keep yours inside or outside it’s worth it to give them a WD-40 spray so that they can look good and last long.

Restoring Metal Figurines

Restoring Metal Figurines

Enhancing TV Signal

So not everyone is still sitting at home with a pair of bunny-ears antenna on top of their television. If you are though, then you might want to try spraying a cloth and wiping them down so that you not only keep that antenna in good condition, but that you also get a clear picture.

Enhancing TV Signal

Enhancing TV Signal

Cleaning Toilets

Listen, it’s never going to become anyone’s favorite thing to do, no matter how easy it is. Regardless, cleaning toilets can certainly become a little easier than it was in the past. If you spray WD-40 where the ewwiness is and then brush it away, you’ll be super impressed with the results.

Cleaning Toilets

Cleaning Toilets

Fighting Off Animals

Are you in a constant battle with raccoons and cats? I mean when they try to steal from your trash cans? It’s your trash, and nobody else’s! Seriously though, spray some WD-40 on the sides and the top of the garbage cans and they’ll have a really hard time trying to get inside.

Fighting Off Animals

Removing Stubborn Oils

Oil is one heck of a contender when it gets on… well, anything. We have to fight it with so many different kinds of detergents and soaps, and we oftentimes don’t succeed. WD-40 is like a miracle worker when it comes time to get oil out of pretty much anything.

Removing Stubborn Oils

Clearing Drains

Clogged drains seems like it be the worst thing in the world, and then you remember that this list is filled with lots of annoying things. Drains sometimes become clogged from dirt and hair, but sometimes all they need is the WD-40 treatment.

What’s worse than a clogged up drain? Maybe 40 other things on this list, but that’s not the point. When your drain is being stubborn, give it a spray with WD-40 and let it sit before draining the water. You’ll love the results.

Clearing Drains

Protecting Your Speakers

For anyone who is a music enthusiast, you’ll know that sound systems don’t come cheap. If you’d like to extend their life and slow down their wear-and-tear, give a light spray of WD-40 on a dry cloth and gently wipe over the speakers. Just make sure you don’t use too much.

Protecting Your Speakers

Protecting Your Car Doors

Those rubber bits that stand between your car door and the entrance to your car are essential to keeping your car waterproof. Without it you can find water seeping into your vehicle during a storm, and that’s no fun. Spray WD-40 on those rubber parts and you’ll ensure that they stay strong for years to come.

Protecting Your Car Doors

Removing Gum From Lint Screen

Have you ever noticed just how amazing the lint screen in your washing machine is? But the sad reality is that even the most impressive things in life have their weaknesses, and chewing gum is just that to a lint screen. Sometimes kids leave gum in their pockets, and guess where it ends up? Not too far from WD-40’s reach!

Removing Gum From Lint Screen

Cleaning Cookie Tin Rust

When I want a cookie, I usually want it right away! So there’s nothing worse than having to fight that lid on the cookie tin just to get myself a treat. Nobody should have to go through that. If you spray WD-40 on the lid, where it closes, you could save yourself a world of frustration.

Cleaning Cookie Tin Rust

Fighting Off Mildew

If you have any wooden furniture outdoors then you understand how they can start to rot when the wet weather comes in. You can fight this by spraying the legs and tops of your wooden furniture. You won’t have to worry about mildew growing there this winter. How about that?

Fighting Off Mildew

Getting Silly Putty Out Of Furniture

Oh, bless children. They play everywhere, and along with that wonderful playing comes lots of silly putty. If you’ve ever tried to clean it up, you’ll know that it is one heck of a stubborn substance! Now imagine that stuff getting on your sofas! Yeah, you’ll need a little spritz of WD-40, a rag, and light scrubs.

Getting Silly Putty Out Of Furniture

Cleaning Piano Keys

Waht’s your take on a dirty-looking piano? Some people believe that it adds character to the musical piece, but if you ask me, it just looks like somebody neglected it for too long. If you want to give those keys the clean that they deserve, then just spray WD-40 on a cloth and wipe off that dirt.

Cleaning Piano Keys

Preventing Mildew Growth On Fountain

Fine, so not everyone has a fountain in their house, but for people who do, this one’s for you. Since fountains have water running down them all day, it’s understandable that they would collect mildew. Having said that, it doesn’t mean we like that. You can spray the fountain down when the water is off and you’ll prevent anything from growing there.

Preventing Mildew Growth On Fountain

Removing Smoke Stains

Candles really do set the mood at a romantic dinner. But when the lights come on and the candles go out, we’re sometimes left with stains left by the trail of smoke the candles let go. If you’ve tried soap and water to get the marks off, you’d know that it does very little. Do you know what does a lot more? WD-40, of course!

Removing Smoke Stains

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