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Transform Your Yard With These Clever WD-40 Tips
Metal Furniture
If your metal furniture looks rusty, spray WD-40 on the corroded surface, and let it sit for 10 minutes before gently scrubbing it off using an abrasive scrubber.
Finish up by wiping a thin layer of the product along your furniture for added protection. Use WD-40 in a similar way for the removal of mildew from your furniture.
Plastic Furniture
Treating plastic furniture with WD-40 can restore its color and shine. However, avoid using the product on polycarbonate or clear polystyrene plastic.
Start by cleaning any dust and muck off your furniture. Next, spray your furniture with WD-40 before rubbing the product into the plastic with a dry, clean cloth.
Hinges And Wheels
Lubricate squeaky gates and creaky doors with WD-40 in early Spring to ensure your yard remains peaceful and quiet for the months to come.
Garage doors, swinging patio chairs, sticky ladder mechanisms, and even wicker furniture can all benefit from WD-40. Make sure you clean the surface before spraying the product.
Outdoor Grill
For the exterior of your grill, spray WD-40 all over the outside, let it sit for a few minutes, and then use a dry cloth to wipe the solvent and grime off.
Next, remove the grill’s stainless steel racks and spray them with WD-40. Let them sit for five minutes before scrubbing them with a wire brush — rewash them with hot, soapy water.
Garden Tools
To tackle any seriously stuck-on sap or rust on your garden tools, soak the area with a layer of WD-40 before scrubbing them with a gentle abrasive sponge or brush.
Once the tools are clean, add a light wipe of the solution along the metal blades and into the hinges and joints of the tools to keep them in good shape while in storage.