Monday, March 16, 2009

Magic in a Can

It's true!!! W-D 40 is magic in a can. I use this for a lot of things and it's not just to take the squeek out of a door hinge. Yes, of course it works for that too but there are so many other uses that you may not know of.

Many homes now have stainless steel appliances. Now that the appliances have been delivered and you've learned how to use all the bells and whistles you can't get those dang fingerprints and water spots cleaned off. Yeah, you'll wipe them off but then you just left streaks and you can't get the dang thing off. Arrrrgh!! Relax, take a soft cloth and spray some WD-40 on it and wipe it down. What you're left with is the clean look of a brand new appliance. You can use this on your stove top to remove grease. Do this on your barbecue grill to remove dirt and grim and protect it from the weather.

How about using WD-40 on your shower door?? Just wipe down the inside of your shower door and it will keep it free from water marks.

Wipe down your bathroom mirrors and it will prevent it from fogging up.
It removes duct tape residue
Removes crayons from walls
Removes stains from stainless steel sinks
Restores and cleans leather and vinyl dashboards in your car
Lubricates window and door tracks for easier opening and closing
Removes scuff marks from floors
Removes road grime and tar from cars
Removes rust stains from bathroom tubs
Removes lipstick from carpet or any fabric
Polishes and protect brass candlesticks
Polishes silver jewelry
Removes grape stains
Cleans old muffin tins
Keeps snow from sticking on shovel
Removes tomato stains from clothing

I'm telling you....there are thousand of household uses for WD-40. When in doubt try WD-40. Just use common sense in using all products to keep you and your family safe and sound! I love this stuff and use it all the time!!!!!!!!!!!!


  1. Magic in a can! Well, I'll be dipped.


  2. A local window shop near us has some magical stuff with a citrus smell they told us is good for our sliding glass doors, can't remember what the name is, but it sure smells good. I use WD-40 as a release on slump molds for clay.



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