5 Ways To Use WD-40

5 Ways To Use WD-40


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5 Ways To Use WD-40

WD-40 is a great tool to have inside and outside the house. Because of its many uses, one small bottle can go a really long way. WD-40 can be used as a cleaning product, a greasing product or even as a protector for certain items! Check out the list below for 5 new ways to use WD-40:

  1. Grout  Cleaner: If you find you have really dirty lines showing where there is grout, try using WD-40! Spray a small amount directly on to the tiled grout and let it sit for a minute. Once it has sat, scrub with a scrub brush or toothbrush.
  2. Stuck Lego: Isn’t it the worst when Lego pieces sticks together and refuses to be pulled apart? Luckily, there is an easy way to get them apart using WD-40. Simply, spray a small amount right in between the blocks so they loosen and come apart. Rinse off any remaining oil.
  3. Crayon Cleaner: Crayon marks seem to show up just about anywhere. The great new is WD-40 can remove it from almost any surface around the house. Just spray a small amount of WD-40 onto the crayon mark and wipe it off for instant results!
  4. Refrigeration Help: If you find you have stuck on food around the edges of your refrigerator or build up from overtime, try using WD-40. Spray a very small amount on a soft cloth and rub it around the edges. This will not only remove stuck  on food, it will also lift any build up within the seals.
  5. Golf Shine: If you happen to be an avid golfer, try this trick to make your clubs look there best! Spray a small amount of WD-40 on your golf clubs to make them shine. Not only will it remove any dirt or grime from playing, it will leave them looking brand new for your next game!


  1. I use WD40 to remove the water spots on windows. In our area the water is heavy in minerals that build up anytime you water plants and accidentally spray the windows. A shot of WD40 and a razor knife will scrape off all residue. It’s the only thing I’ve found that works. Even my old stand-by, vinegar, failed before WD40 saved the day.

  2. off insect spray got the ball point ink out of my microfiber [ synth] cargo pants ..i left a pen in my pocket and it went into the washing machine

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