Check out some of the more unusual uses for WD-40 – it’s not just for lubricating squeaky hinges, loosening rusted parts and driving out moisture. Also … big fact …. did you know “WD” stands for “water displacement”?
Below we’ve picked a few unusual uses for WD-40 that we think you might like!
Note: On fibres such as clothing, upholstery or carpet, you need to spray on the WD-40 and then work some detergent into the crayon stain, to remove both the crayon and the WD-40, working from the outside in.
After the crayon stain is removed, sponge the area with plain water and a new white cloth to remove the cleaning solution, and then blot dry. Take care with upholstery and carpet not to over-wet.
With hard surfaces, after you have removed the crayon stain with the WD-40 the surface will be slippy, so you will need to clean up and wipe away the WD-40, especially on floors so you don’t slip.
As with all stain removal products you should check to make sure WD-40 will not harm your surface by testing in an inconspicuous area prior to spraying it on the crayon stain.
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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