6 New Uses Of The Multifunctional Spray (2)
We took a first look at six alternative uses WD-40 has and it’s time today to come up with six other new ideas that can get you out of trouble when running into it. Whether you handle garden tools or use a super-strong glue or even have to deal with a stuck zipper, put your trust in the multifunctional spray again for solutions easier than you have ever imagined. So here six new uses of the multifunctional spray, as seen on Rd.com.
If you start fixing or crafting and your initiative also features the use of the super-strong glue aka super-glue which left some traces on your fingers, then reach for the WD-40, spray some directly on the sticky fingers, and rub your hands together until your fingers are no longer sticky. Use WD-40 to remove the glue from other unwanted surfaces as well.
When you’re in the greatest hurry, this is exactly when a zipper gets stuck. But you can go around Murphy’s laws if you spray some WD-40 on the stubborn zipper, then pull it up and down to better lubricate it. If you want to avoid getting the WD-40 on the fabric, spray it on a plastic lid, then pick it up and apply it with an artist’s brush and the zipper will give in to physics’ laws this time.
We don’t know how much you care about the tools you use in the garden, but if you do, then you can prolong the life of your wood-handled tools by preventing splintering. To do that, rub a generous amount of WD-40 into the wood. It will shield the wood from moisture and other corrosive elements and keep it smooth and splinter-free for the life of the tool.
A sticker, a label or a decal are hard to remove once stuck to a plane surface, including glass. The solution is again easy to reach: just spray some multifunctional oily substance on them, wait for about a minute and then wipe them away.
A stain on the carpet is always a nuisance. Ink or of other origin, the stain comes off easily if you spray the stain with WD-40. Wait a minute or two, and then use your regular carpet cleaner or gently cleanse with a sponge and warm, soapy water. Continue the operation until the stain is completely gone.
For those who have leather furniture or car seats, the multifunctional spray is an accessible resource to condition and prolong their life. Just spray it on and buff with a soft cloth. The combination of ingredients in WD-40 will clean, penetrate, lubricate, and protect the leather.