6. Gum in your hair
I think “gum in a child’s hair” is one of a parent’s biggest nightmares. Fortunately, starting today you no longer have to grab the scissors, or the peanut butter. Spray a little WD-40 on the hair and you’ll be able to comb the gum right out. Make sure you do this outside or in a well-ventilated place and cover your child’s eyes — you definitely don’t want to get WD-40 in your eyes! I’m pretty sure you’ve never thought of the next tip. Read on quickly!
7. Clean the toilet
Tired of having to scrub away when cleaning the toilet? There are a lot of cleaning products and tricks out there, but WD-40 is by far the simplest and fastest! Spray a little WD-40 into the toilet bowl, let it soak in for a few seconds, run the toilet brush through, give a little flush say goodbye to grime and lime buildup.
8. Stuck zippers
Know this? You’re trying to zip up your jacket but it gets stuck halfway and no matter how hard or carefully you pull on it: it doesn’t budge! Or, how about your backpack zipper that goes no further than about ¾ of the way, so you end up having to walk around with an open bag. Spray a little WD-40 on the zipper and pull. Easy. But don’t forget to zip the zipper up and down a few times. Why? To make sure the spray gets well distributed over all the zipper’s teeth.
9. Degrease hands
When you’ve finished working on the car or something and your hands are all greasy and black with oil, or you got into something and unknowingly got oil streaks all over your hands: use WD-40 to clean them. Spray a small amount of WD-40 on your hands and rub them together for a few seconds, wipe them with (kitchen) paper and then wash them with soap and water. Continue reading on the next page