How to Use wd-40 for Housekeeping?

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Many people know that WD40 can be used to remove gum and crayon, prevent rust, and loosen stuck parts. It also removes grease from clothing and black scuffs from vinyl floors. It is also said to keep silver from tarnishing.
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1. Spray a thin, even layer of WD-40 to the dirty surface or stain. Allow it to penetrate for up to five minutes. 2. Wipe the surface with a dry cloth or sponge to remove the dirt
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WD-40 stands for Water Displacement 40th attempt. It was developed in 1953 by Norm Larsen. The product made it first public debut in 1958. WD-40 has been used for a few strange things
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You might think it strange to use WD-40 in the kitchen, but a little squirt can remove stubborn coffee and tea
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it should not be a problem as long as you do not use it constantly, and DO NOT PUT IT ON YOUR VALVES. this could cause the valves to accumulate more "muck. this is my name for
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