10 ways to use WD-40 around the home

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What's your first thought when you hear about WD-40? Squeaky brakes? Rusty tools? A front door that doesn't open as easily as it used to? WD-40 can be used for all of these things, but it has many other uses as well.
In fact, WD-40 can be used for everything from cleaning to minor fixes around the house. So instead of buying several different products for all the chores you need to do, just grab a can of WD-40 and let it take care of everything for you.
2. All glass, including shower doors
Glass is always a pain to clean, whether it's a window, a mirror or a shower door. But with a can of WD-40, you can do wonders. Check out the video below to see how this process works:
3. Refrigerator
Next time you feel motivated to clean out your refrigerator, you're going to have to deal with some caked-on gunk that has no intention of being removed. You could try to clean it out with soap and water, but that won't get rid of anything that's really stuck on. For those messes, you'll need to try the following:
4. Bird feeders
Are you one of the many people who just wants to feed the birds? Do you also find yourself constantly chasing away those pesky squirrels who try to steal the treats out of your bird feeder? To ensure that this never happens again, use the technique demonstrated in the video below:
5. Squeaky hinges (h/t Money Experts Team)
Even in new houses, door hinges develop an annoying squeak after awhile. Luckily, WD-40 is here to save the day. Watch the demonstration in the video below:
6. Fingernail polish
If you have children, you've probably spent a good portion of your time trying to clean up spilled fingernail polish. Instead of scrubbing your floors or countertops with various products that will still leave a stain, turn to WD-40 instead. Here's how it works:
7. Boots & shoes
If you live in an area that gets a lot of moisture, you know the importance of waterproof footwear. But buying boots or shoes that are already waterproofed might not always be in your budget. Instead, give this cheap DIY a shot:
8. Rings
As kids, we all tried on our parents' wedding rings at one time or another. And many of us then experienced the fear of being unable to take the ring back off. Now, you could use butter or vegetable oil to help remove a stuck ring, but even those slippery items don't always work. Next time, give this DIY a try:
9. Wasp nests
One of the worst parts of summer is dealing with bugs. One of the worst bugs to deal with is the wasp. A can of WD-40 can help you make your home wasp-proof. When spring rolls around, spray some WD-40 under the eaves of your house, which will chase away any wasps who want to build their nests there.
10. Snow
WD-40 is great to have around as winter approaches. You can spray it on your windows and car doors to prevent snow from building up and covering them. You can also coat your shovel with it, which will keep snow from sticking to the shovel and weighing it down while you try to scoop out your driveway.
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