DO YOU KNOW WHERE WD-40 GOT IT'S NAME? DO YOU KNOW THERE ARE SCORES OF HOUSEHOLD USES? READ ON TO FIND OUT!!!

DO YOU KNOW WHERE WD-40 GOT IT'S NAME? DO YOU KNOW THERE ARE SCORES OF HOUSEHOLD USES? READ ON TO FIND OUT!!!

Posted by on Tuesday, July 15th, 2014 at 5:26pm.

WD-40 First became available in 1958 in San Diego California! The name stands for 'WATER DISPLACEMENT' 40th Attempt!

Aren't we glad they didn't give up at the 39th try? There are so many uses for the product it's crazy we don't buy it in 55 gallon drums!

My personal favorite? CLEANING STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES! NOTHING IS BETTER! Take a look below for even MORE uses around your home!

Lubricates hinges on pruning shears

  • Removes crayon from carpet (be sure to test WD-40 on low visibility area of carpet before using)
  • Removes coffee stains from floor tiles (be sure to wipe floor clean after using WD-40)
  • Removes marks from floors left by chair feet (be sure to wipe floor clean after using WD-40)
  • Removes adhesive price tags from shoe bottoms
  • Cleans black streaks from hardwood floors (be sure to wipe floor clean after using WD-40)
  • Removes paint from tile flooring (be sure to wipe floor clean after using WD-40)
  • Removes rust stains from floors after mopping (be sure to wipe floor clean after using WD-40)
  • Removes mascara from tile floors and mirrors (be sure to wipe floor clean after using WD-40)
  • Removes felt pen marks from floors (be sure to wipe floor clean after using WD-40)
  • Removes rollerblade marks from kitchen floors (be sure to wipe floor clean after using WD-40)
  • Removes sticker residue from clothes (be sure to test WD-40 on low-visibility area of garment before using)
  • Removes permanent ink from most items
  • Removes grime from grout on bathroom floors (be sure to wipe floor clean after using WD-40)
  • Removes nail polish from hardwood floors (be sure to wipe floor clean after using WD-40)
  • Removes tile adhesive from new no-wax floors (be sure to wipe floor clean after using WD-40)
  • Removes crayon from inside clothes dryers (make sure to unplug dryer fi rst)
  • Removes crayon from walls
  • Lubricates screws on lawn furniture
  • Removes crayon from wallpaper
  • Removes crayon from compressed wood furniture
  • Removes crayon from plastic
  • Removes crayon from shoes
  • Removes crayon from toys
  • Removes crayon from chalk boards
  • Keeps sewing needles from rusting
  • Removes adhesive from precious china
  • Helps prevent rust on hide-a-key containers
  • Cleans and protects medicine door latches
  • Cleans piano keys
  • Removes crayon from television screen
  • Lubricates zippers on lawn mower grass catcher bags
  • Removes crayon marks from glass
  • Removes glue deposits from linoleum
  • Lubricates hinges on antique smoking stands
  • Removes stickers from credit cards
  • Removes melted Scotch® tape from dining room table
  • Removes crayon from screen doors
  • Removes crayon from plastic tables
  • Erases marks caused by chair backs on running boards of wall
  • Removes labels from medicine bottles
  • Removes VELCRO® stickers
  • Cleans crayon off of rock walls
  • Removes glue from refrigerators
  • Removes crayon from place mats
  • Cleans and protects blades of pruning shears
  • Cleans vacuum cleaner dials
  • Removes marking pen from glass objects
  • Prevents rust on patio furniture screws
  • Lubricates locks on dog kennels
  • Prevents medicine cabinets closures from sticking
  • Lubricates locks on chains securing propane tank to
  • barbecue grills
  • Lubricates stuck temperature regulators on refrigerators
  • Lubricates hinges on metal filing boxes
  • Lubricates luggage zippers
  • Lubricates microwave oven doors
  • Penetrates and loosens locking levers on windows
  • Lubricates pullout handles on luggage
  • Lubricates hinges on TV cabinet doors
  • Lubricates cork screws
  • Frees rusted hinges on fire alarm boxes
  • Lubricates antique waffle irons
  • Lubricates folding metal stools
  • Penetrates and loosens sticky knobs on adjustable chairs
  • Loosens screws on toilet seats
  • Loosens rusted screws on outdoor barbecues
  • Frees locking nuts on lawn mower blades
  • Penetrates and loosens stuck screws on bathtub knobs
  • Lubricates propane tank hinges
  • Frees stuck LEGO® blocks
  • Makes dead bolt locks work better
  • Lubricates shoe buckles
  • Lubricates bird house hinges
  • Lubricates hinges on swing doors
  • Lubricates piano lid hinges
  • Lubricates hinges on refrigerator doors
  • Eliminates squeaking from locks
  • Lubricates cigarette case hinges
  • Lubricates swiveling picture hangers
  • Lubricates piano bench hinges
  • Keeps zippers on outdoor umbrella covers from sticking
  • Lubricates plate holder hinges
  • Lubricates air nozzles of balloon pumps
  • Lubricates adjuster button on canes
  • Lubricates sunshade joints
  • Pre-lubricates threads on wood screws
  • Removes stickers from crystal
  • Removes stubborn temporary tattoos
  • Keeps blades from rusting on garden plow
  • Keeps garden tools rust-free
  • Lubricates landscaping spikes to make it easier to drive into landscape timbers 
  • Keeps clay from sticking to shovels
  • Keeps lawnmower wheels turning smoothly

1 Response to "DO YOU KNOW WHERE WD-40 GOT IT'S NAME? DO YOU KNOW THERE ARE SCORES OF HOUSEHOLD USES? READ ON TO FIND OUT!!!"

Brian Burke wrote: I always wondered what WD 40 Stood for? Now I know thanks to you!!!! Posted on Wednesday, July 16th, 2014 at 6:59pm.

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