4 Messes You Can Clean Up With WD-40

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Life gets messy, its a reality, and when it does there are some helpful tips to have on hand to help make it easier on you. Here are 4 Messes You Can Clean Up With WD-40! WD-40 is a great substance that you can get for fairly inexpensively at your local supermarket or hardware store. Usually known to be good for taking the squeaking out of the door hinges and other things that seize up if they are not lubricated. But did you know that there are other things you can use this awesome substance for? There are 4 more ways you can use it now!

Did you know that WD -40 can be used to clean stainless steal? Well it is very good for it actually, the oils help to polish the steal surfaces without streaks! You can also use it to remove stickers or price tags from things, the oil helps to release the adhesiveness of the sticker with ease. Sometimes scuff marks appear from shoes, or from furniture, and you might think they will leave marks all over your floor, but fear not, WD-40 will take it right off like magic!

Another thing parents might be all to familiar with, is kids getting crayon on the walls. Well WD-40 will now be able to come to your rescue as the perfect remedy for getting those colourful works of art off the walls. So see? That can of WD-40 is not just for your squeaky doors, you can use it for a bunch of other things too! WD -40 has been around for a long time invented in 1953 by Norm Larsen, and actually stands for Water Displacement, 40th formula, since that is when he actually felt he got the composition right. Always have some handy in your home! Head over to 'Porch' for more, by following the link in the section below!

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