WD-40 is one of those things that most homes have. It's useful whenever you want to silence up a squeaky door hinge, or lubricate something rusty. But what exactly is WD-40 anyway? It turns out that this common household item is a lot more than just some grease.
WD-40 stands for Water Displacement, 40th formula. That's right! There were, in fact, 39 other WD's before the one we know and love today. It was originally developed for the military to prevent missiles from rusting. It turned out, however, that this formula actually had several other applications around the home.
In the video below, you'll see several different uses for WD-40. While some of these are fairly self-explanatory, others may surprise you. For instance, you can use it to:
- Erase crayon from your walls
- Remove fingerprints
- Eliminate that sticky residue left from peeling adhesive labels
- Cleaning scruff marks from tile, and so much more ...
Watch the video below to learn more about all the different ways you can use WD-40!