Uses for WD-40 

Around the House

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If you thought WD-40 was only good for loosening rusty bolts or stopping squeaky hinges, think again.

Here are different uses  for WD-40 around the home.

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01. Make Your Stainless Steel Shine

WD-40 effectively cleans, polishes, and protects stainless steel surfaces, restoring shine and removing fingerprints effortlessly.

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02. Remove Oil Stain

WD-40 simplifies tackling stubborn grease stains, whether on clothing or garage floors, making the process hassle-free.

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03. Deep Clean the Car

WD-40 is versatile for car cleaning, effectively dissolving dirt and grime both inside and outside the vehicle as a pre-scrub treatment.

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04. Loosen a Stuck Zipper

To fix a stuck zipper, start by spraying a small amount of WD-40 along the length of the zipper. Then, gently pull the zipper up and down to distribute the WD-40 evenly.

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05. Winterize Your Boot

WD-40 can protect boots and shoes during winter by forming a barrier that blocks water and other liquids, thus prolonging the life of the footwear.

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06. Clean Inside the Toilet

To get rid of lime stains in the toilet bowl, try giving it a spray of WD-40. After that, a good scrub using a toilet brush followed by a flush should do the trick.

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