Everyone has had that moment, the heart-breaking tell-tale sound of your pride and joy scraping against a wall. But what do you do when you are left with scratches to the paintwork on your car and you need to hide them temporarily?
Even if you are a careful and cautious driver, sometimes scratches appear if it is not your fault. If this unfortunate incident occurs (and there is some paint residue left after a car or object has come into contact with your own car), although it cannot repair the scratch or scuff, WD-40 Multi-Use can be used to clean it up, removing dirt and anything else that was ground into the damaged paintwork.
Here is how to ‘Hide scratches from your car with WD-40!”
Step 1: Clean the area
Step 2: Dry the area
Step 3: Spray WD-40 Multi-Use
Step 4: Let the lubricant in WD-40 Multi-Use loosen the paint residue
Step 5: Wipe the area with a soft cloth
There you have it. WD-40 Multi-Use product uses are endlessly, including everyday household tricks and hacks. From scuff marks on cars, vinyl, or tiled floors, to cleaning car parts or lubricant for doors, it really is the ultimate product for the DIY jobs you thought you would never be able to tackle. Just remember to clean off any residue.
WD-40 Multi-Use Product is one of the few products that can be used as a car parts cleaner and solve your household cleaning needs. Pick up an extra can today. With over 2,000 uses, there’s always a new one to discover.
WD-40 advises consumers to be careful when using its products on paintwork. It is advised not to repeat the steps and attempt once to help remove paint residue from vehicles.
The uses shown and described for WD-40 Multi-Use Product were provided to WD-40 Company by the users themselves. These uses haven’t been tested by WD-40 Company and do not constitute a recommendation of suggestion for use by WD-40 Company. Common sense should be exercised whenever using WD-40 Company products. Always follow the instructions and take heed of any warnings printed on the packaging.
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