WD-40 isn’t just for lubricating and protecting from rust. Here are 10 unexpected uses for WD-40

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WD-40 is without a doubt a garage staple. Most of us have a can in a place we can’t quite remember because we only take it out when we notice there’s a squeaky hinge somewhere around the house.
Well, it’s time to start looking for that famous yellow and blue can of spray, because there are actually a lot of things you can do using WD-40 to save both time and money.
For instance, did you know that you can actually use it to clean stainless steel parts? Many of the kitchenware nowadays is partially made using stainless steel, so if you typically find it difficult to clean these objects in the kitchen, it’s time to give WD-40 a try.
All you need are a pair of kitchen gloves and a kitchen sponge or fabric. Simply spray the WD-40 as you would any other cleaning solution. You’ll be impressed by the fast results!
Another cool way you can use it is to clean your shoes and make them water resistant! That’s right, just a couple of sprays and your shoes will not only look brand new but they will stay looking that way, even if it rains outside or you get into a puddle.
And now, one of my favorite tips: using WD-40 to clean your car. Car cleaning services are usually pretty expensive, so if you want to save some money, skip on the professional cleaning and use WD-40 instead.
It works great when it comes to removing the most difficult stuff from both your car exterior and interior, as demonstrated in this clip.
For more awesome hacks using WD-40, check out the video below.