Fifteen Phenomenal Uses For WD-40

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  • Sometimes too much of Poluurethane can really make things look greasy. Actually; it will attract more dirt which defeats the purpose of it.

    Check Out How To Combat The Problem & Restore Things Back To The Way They Should Look!

    14. Tone down polyurethane shine
    A new coat of polyurethane can sometimes make a wood floor look a little too shiny. To tone down the shine and cut the glare, spray some WD-40 onto a soft cloth and wipe up the floor with it.

    Have you ever tried to make something & put wayyyyyy to much glue? I think a few of us have been guilty of this at least once or twice.

    Check out how to remove the bond with just a few little spritzes of WD-40. Instead of re-breaking whatever you made you can safely remove it with this simple hack!

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    1. Pat Lytle said:

      And you think I’m going to click through 15 PAGES on slow internet just to get some tips. NOT!

    2. Richard Sultenfuss said:

      Did you know it was a lab discovered it trying to make a de ice ing agent for the goverment . WD stand for water displacement & 40 was the lab test# 40z