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12 Great WD-40 Uses for Around the House

Surprising Problems This Powerful Spray Can Solve

Most of us have a can of WD-40 in our cupboards, but not many of us know just how versatile it can be. You already use WD-40 to loosen bolts, silence squeaks and prevent rust. But did you know that it can also help to remove gum, clean your toilet, and even winterproof your shoes? Find out these 12 amazing WD-40 uses that can make your life easier.

Please be aware that WD-40 is highly flammable and can be harmful if swallowed. Use in a well-ventilated area away from pets and children.

1. Remove chewing gum from hair

Chewing gum makes a mess of most things, but perhaps the most panicking is when it gets stuck into your hair. Don’t panic, because that’s where these WD-40 uses come in. Next time your child gets bubble gum stuck in his hair, spray it with some WD-40 then comb it out and rinse thoroughly. No scissors required! Make sure you avoid the eyes and spray in a well-ventilated area.

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