Watching the first snowfall can be a magical experience – when you’re indoors, that is. When you need to start your car, it’s a lot less of a magical experience. Instead of using salt or fighting the snow, use WD-40 to defrost ice and snow from your car windows quickly.
You can even use it to defrost the ice on your windows at home to let that cool winter breeze in…or, not!
Have the Shiniest Shoes
White sneakers have always been in style, and don't seem to be going out of fashion anytime soon. The only problem is...keeping them white and clean.
Instead of putting them in the washing machine, just pick up your good ol' WD-40. Spraying just a bit will help you quickly wipe away any dirt on your shoes!
Removing Tar From Your Car
As you've probably already noticed, WD-40 is a great cleaning tool to keep around the house. Perhaps the best part is that it manages to clean a wide variety of items and surfaces.
If you're a car owner, you know that every once in a while, you get tar on your car (excuse the rhyme.) Next time you notice tar, spray some WD-40 - it will get the tar out quickly and easily!
Rock, Paper, Scissors
What's the point of scissors if you can't separate them? Have you ever needed to open up a package, or cut something open only to realize that your scissors are stuck shut? You guessed it!
WD-40 to the rescue! Apply a little WD-40 between the blades, and you'll be able to unstick the blades apart easily. You'll have useful scissors back in hand in no time at all!
Winged Friends Only!
This may be one of the most impressive WD-40 hacks! Adding a bird feeder to your patio may seem like a splendid idea until you notice the non-bird creatures taking the feed for themselves. We don't want that, now do we?
If you spray WD-40 on the edges of your bird feeder, it will make it too slippery for non-winged friends to hang on to!