22 Brilliant Ways to Use WD-40 at Home
You already use WD-40 to loosen bolts and stop squeaking hinges, but did you know it could do these other amazing things around your house?
Keep Spiders Away
Have a fear of spiders? Just spray some WD-40 on places where spiders and other insects can get in, such as windowsills and door frames. It will keep the spiders and other bugs out. Plus: These are the 10 most disgusting house bugs and how to get rid of them.
Waterproof Shoes, Boots
Keep Squirrels Away from Bird Feeders
Get Poop Off Your Shoe
Remove Chewing Gum
WD 40 Uses on Cars: Remove a Paint Smudge
Remove Tight Jewelry
Remove Floor Scuff Marks
Get Rid of Sticky Residue
Clean Oil Spots
Clean the Toilet
Quick Diverter Lube
Over time, the hard water in our area leaves deposits in the moving parts of the plumbing. When our tub spout diverter clogs, I use WD-40 with its spray nozzle curved up the spout to the diverter valve. A couple of sprays gets things loosened up and working again. Plus: Our complete guide to bathtub repair.