If you’re a musician, you know that keeping your instrument in pristine condition is essential. Guitarists know this better than most.
Part of guitar maintenance includes routine cleaning, and that means cleaning its strings. You can use WD-40 to wipe the guitar strings with a cloth gently!
Before Your Next Trip
When making a checklist of the things that need to be cleaned, we're guessing your license plate isn't at the top of the list. In fact, it probably doesn't even make it on that list at all, now does it?
It's important to clean every once in a while, and if you have WD-40 at home, you can use it to keep it squeaky clean!
Not So Super, Glue
Super glue is one of the most useful things to have around the house. But with great power comes great responsibility, and once you've super-glued something, its pretty hard to get that super glue off.
WD-40 can come in handy in these situations and surprisingly enough, un-glue pretty much anything!
No More Splinters
You may not believe it, but it's true, WD-40 can be used as a polish! You can use it to prevent splinters and damage on old rakes and brooms by spraying some WD-40 to prolong make them last longer!
Say goodbye to the days you get those aggravating little splinters when you sweep!
Take Me Out to the Ball Game
Growing up, there was nothing quite like getting a new baseball glove. That being said, breaking it in was quite painful and challenging.
WD-40 can soften up the glove and be ready to use in half the time it would take to break the glove in regularly.