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Use WD-40 to Clean Your Tiles

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  • Shirley Z

    Use WD-40 to Clean Your Tiles Spills, grout, or some other mess on your tiles? Use this tip to clean it up quick! Simply spray the WD-40 on the area that needs cleaning. Then clean and wash away with soapy water.

  • Elisabeth Eickhoff

    Use WD-40 to Clean Your Tiles - WHO KNEW?!?! Another great use for WD40.

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