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BEST USES FOR WD-40 … YOU WON’T BELIEVE!! – VIDEO
BEST USES FOR WD-40 … YOU WON’T BELIEVE – As seen on 3TV/Phoenix (Good Morning Arizona) – 8:40am (Video)
See broadcast video at the bottom of this post.
Un-stick glasses that are stuck sitting in each other
Spray WD-40 around the glasses where they meet. Wait a few minutes for the lubricant to work in between the glasses and lift the glasses apart, twisting slightly if needed. Wash with hot soapy water.
Un-stick Lego bricks
Turn them upside down and spray the lubricant where the blocks meet. Wait a few hours or overnight and then pull apart. Wash with hot soapy water and rinse.
Clean Tile Stains and Scuffs
WD-40 removes spilled mascara, nail polish, paint and scuff marks from tile floors. Clean up with soapy water.
Scrub stains from stainless steel sinks.
Spray and scrub with an old scrubbing sponge.
Waterproof your winter boots and shoes
Give them a coat of WD-40. It will act as a barrier so water can’t penetrate the material.
Also use WD-40 to remove ugly salt stains from boots and shoes during the winter months. Just spray WD-40 onto the stains and wipe with a clean rag. Your boots and shoes will look almost as good as new.
OOPS! You just glued something and now your hands have glue on them too. Don’t panic.
Just reach for the WD-40, spray some directly on the sticky fingers, and rub your hands together until your fingers are no longer sticky. Use WD-40 to remove the glue from other unwanted surfaces as well.
Depending on the super glue brand, sometimes this even works on it.
Tomato based stains on clothes
Does your shirt or blouse have a big, hard-to-remove tomato stain? To remove stains from fresh tomatoes or tomato sauce, spray some WD-40 directly on the spot, wait a couple of minutes, and wash as usual. For extra punch work in dish washing liquid prior to tossing in the laundry.