10 Simple Lifehacks With WD-40





Introduction: 10 Simple Lifehacks With WD-40

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Step 1: Light a Fire in a Rain or Any Wet Contitions

WD-40 is very flammable. you can youse it as a fire starter.

Step 2: Remove Grease or Wax From Any Surface

You can use WD-40 to remove your kids crayon drawings from any surface, it's very easy

Step 3: Get a Pice of Gum Off the Carpet

If you step on a gum on your favourite carpet, no problem. You can separate it from the carpet with some WD-40. Same method works if the gum stuck in your hair.

Step 4: Remove Stains

WD-40 is a good stain remover. If you spill some ketchup on your carpet. No problem. Soak the stain for 5 minutes with wd-40 and the stain will be easy to remove.

Step 5: Cut Through Stuff Easily

lublicate your scissors and they will easily cut trough tough stuff

Step 6: Clean and Waterproof Your Leather Shoes

Step 7: Clean Stainless Steel Apliences

Step 8: Remove Stuck Dirt, Rust or Glue

Clean up your stove from those dry and hard to remove spills.

Step 9: Got a Tight Zipper

Lubricate your metal zippers for a smooth motion

Step 10: Remove Stikers

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    Really good lifehacks! Thanks a lot :)


    • removes : Rust / Goo / plant sap / paint rub off on cars
    • lubricator alternative for fine machine oils
    •force dirt out of those tight corners crevices

    Some good tips there, be careful spraying them on fabrics like your shoes..... Unless you don't mind smelling like wd-40 everywhere you go.

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    nice I would not have thought of the carpet ones working