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How to remove old (or new) oil stains from a t-shirt/jeans... (1) saturate the stain with WD-40 and allow it to soak in for a while. (2) Hit spots with dawn or another good degreasing detergent. Scrub in. (3) launder as usual...maybe a couple of times to make sure you get rid of the WD-40 smell.
Remove scuff marks: If your family has a habit of leaving scuff marks on your tile or wood floor use this spray to remove them. Just rub marks with a clean cloth until it is no longer slippery.
How to clean burner pans with WD-40 and if it works or not! Truth on the best way to clean stove drip pans.
How to clean stainless steel appliances. The article actually says to use Windex BUT I looked at the comments below and someone suggested WD-40 which was the BEST thing EVER to clean stainless! I tried it and my fridge has hard water marks all down one side that I could NOT get off, I tried WD-40 on a wet rag and it came right off. My appliances look brand new!
(I seriously discovered the glory of WD40 this past weekend... where have I been?) WD-40 USES: (1) protects silver from tarnishing (2) removes road tar and grime from cars (3) cleans and lubricates guitar strings (4) gives floors that 'just-waxed' sheen without making them slippery (5) keeps flies off cows (... what?) (6) restores and cleans chalkboards (7) removes lipstick stains (8) loosens stubborn zippers (9) untangles jewelry chains (10) removes stains from stainless steel sinks (11) rem...
How to clean a drip pan with WD-40. A great post on 4 different ways to get stove pans clean and what really works best.
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