Did you know?

WD-40 was invented in 1953 at the Rocket Chemical Company in
San Diego. It was the 40th attempt at making a lubricant that
would stop rust on missiles. And there is nothing in WD-40 that
is harmful or caustic. In case you didn’t know, the main
ingredient in WD-40 is fish oil.

It also has uses other than loosening tight bolts. If you
somehow get over-spray, or graffiti on your vehicle, WD-40 will
remove the new paint and not harm the old.

WD-40 will also-

protect silver from tarnishing

remove road tar off car bodies

lubricate guitar strings

clean chalkboards

remove lipstick stains, and tomato stains from clothes

stop water spots on shower doors

remove scuff marks from hard floors

take squished bugs off the front of your vehicle

restore padded leather dashboards

stop squeaks in electric fans

clean grease splatters from the stove-top

keep bathroom mirrors from fogging

repel pigeons as they hate the smell

remove duct tape residue

it attracts fish and can be sprayed on live bait

help ease itching with fire ant bites

take crayon marks off walls

and a lot more.

We buy it in the gallon size and put it in spray bottles. For
a bonus tip, if you get tar on your pants spray the area with
this stuff and leave it set a while before washing. When you
take the pants out of the washer, the tar is gone.

Enjoy our Monday. We have to get ready for Tuesday anyway.
Now I leave in search of food as it has been a busy day.
Comments are always welcome.

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2 Responses to Did you know?

  1. Grumpa Joe says:

    A great list to have.

  2. cruisin2 says:

    Grumpa Joe,
    thanks. It is a keeper.

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