30 Amazing WD-40 Life Hacks

By Robert B

Water Displacement Formula 40 (WD-40) is now a staple in most homes. Invented in 1953 as part of the Rocket Chemical Company plans to protect the outer skin of missiles from rust and corrosion, there versatile lubricant has more than 2,000 household uses. It uses ranges from silencing squeaks, displacing moisture, preventing rust, to loosening stuck parts.

That is why you probably have a can in your garage. However, WD-40 has much more uses than these. This article chronicles 30 uses of WD-40, some of them quite unorthodox, which you might not know about, and will make you look at WD-40 on a whole different lite.