Hey MacGyvers, if you want to survive the most insane of situations, you really only need two things to make it: duct tape and WD-40. Want to fix anything and everything? You really only need two things: duct tape and WD-40. Want to perform surgery? You also only need these two things. There really are endless uses for WD-40.
Here’s a list of uses for WD-40 that I’ve compiled that you’ve probably never heard of:
Get your toddler unstuck
Toddler stuff their hand in the cookie jar and can’t get it out? Just splash some of that WD-40 on it and you’ll pop that baby right out of their despair.
Loosen your hand from what you just superglued it to
Have you gotten your fingers eternally stuff together? Spray some WD-40 thoroughly on those puppies and they’ll come right apart.
Allude an NFL tackle
Don’t want to get sacked during your next full-contact football game? Dowse yourself in WD-40. You’ll allude even the most astute tackler.
Knuckles dry? Elbows ashy? WD-40 will moisten you right up.
Here’s some real uses for WD-40:
The list I compiled I above was not approved by a physician or a scientist. The list below may have more plausibility to it in case you don’t want to spray WD-40 on your kid.
Get A Stuck Ring Unstuck
Is your valued piece of jewelry stuck on a finger? WD-40 will get it right off.
Clear off bugs baked onto your car’s bumper
There’s tons of products out there that try to mimic the uses of WD-40. But buying an extra bug degunker is not necessary when you have WD-40 in hand.
A squirt will help get gum even out of carpet or work it out of hair.
Lube a shovel
Spray WD-40 on a shovel, spade, or hoe. The soil glides right off—especially useful when digging in clay.
Loosen Stubborn Zippers
Having a hard time unzipping that hoodie? Use a squirt of WD-40.
Free stuck LEGOS
Your children will thank you.