WD-40 does more than lubricate and protect from rust. Here are 10 unexpected uses for WD-40

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Most of us use WD-40 to remove grease and grime, but as it turns out, there are many other different ways to use it around the house to save both time and money.
For example, did you know you can use WD-40 to fix squeaky doors? There’s nothing more annoying than a door that squeaks every time someone opens or closes it, but there’s an easy fix to this common household problem. All you have to do is apply a small amount of WD-40 on the hinges.
Because WD-40 is a lubricating spray, it will help you stop that annoying squeaky sound your door makes once and for all. No need to buy a special solution!
Another cool way you can use WD-40 is to get off a ring that got stuck on your finger. It’s happened to all of us at least once. You put a ring on your finger, and then it just gets stuck there. The next time this happens to you, reach for the WD-40. A small amount of WD-40 will get the ring to slide right off. Just make sure to wash your hands after spraying them with WD-40, just to be on the safe side.
This next use for WD-40 is one that has probably never even crossed your mind, but it works like a charm. If you accidently got pen ink all over your jeans, you can use WD-40 to easily remove the writing without damaging the fabric in any way. Grab a piece of cloth or a cotton pat, spray some WD-40, and then rub it over your jeans.
Want more tips? Check out the video below to make the most of this garage staple and simply your life while also saving money!