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WD 40 Other uses
February 23, 2012, 9:12 AM
Filed under: helpful household hints

The uses of WD-40 described on this website were provided to WD-40 Company by end-users of the product, and do not constitute recommendations or suggestions for use of WD-40 by WD-40 Company. These uses have not been tested by WD-40 Company. Consumers should exercise common sense whenever using WD-40. Always follow the instructions and take heed of any warnings printed on the WD-40 packaging.  This was passed on by email to me some of these I have tried and they work.  As always test in a small area first.  Use caution and take safety precautions.

Removes graffiti from latex fences

 Lubricates double glazing mechanisms on window locks.

 Use the No-Mess Pen to get Christmas tree sap off ornaments

 Unsticks gummed-up buttons on telephones.

Revitalizes the color on faded vinyl shutters

Use the No-Mess Pen to lubricate/stop squeaks on small kitchen cabinet door hinges.

Cleans and shines bathroom formica tiles and fixtures fast.

Lubricates the exhaust fan over the stove, keeping it in excellent working order.

Use the No-Mess Pen to lubricate the area under the hook of a sewing machine.

Spray on sticky toilet paper rollers to make replacing a roll much easier

Helps remove residue that remains after removing calcification (caused by mineral water) from ceramic pots.

Lubricates threads on (table) umbrella poles.

Spray on windshield wipers in the early summer so the blades don’t crack and dry out.

Removes paint from dungarees

Lubricates wheels of paper shredders,to prevent paper from jamming.

Use the WD-40 Smart Straw to help clean frets on guitars and prevent strings from rusting.

Spray down the blade of shovels; it helps make the snow “roll” right off.

Cleans DVDs, after using WD-40, clean them with soap and water to keep them playing great.

 Pre-treats laundry before washing to help remove roofing tar stains.

Keeps beard trimmers working well and quietly.

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