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Another use of the magic WD last night. Phone charger not working correctly so suspected dirt/sand in the hole. Out come the special can with permanent straw attached. A couple of squirts in and lots of black rubbish flew out. Bit kitchen roll to dry and hey presto. Perfect connection ?
 

rudd

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I have actually learnt 2 new uses for wd40 recently.
No 1 If your saws going a bit blunt or the wood or tree are not cutting easy. Spray the saw with wd40 and it’s a life changer ?.
No2. Spray the inside of your lawn mower with wd40 and the grass doesn’t stick to the sides. Or doesn’t stick so easy and after your finish a quick clean and any grass is just falls off. ?.
Gets scuff marks, oil, grease off car bodywork, chewing gum off carpets as well as lubricating or driving out water.
 

muskrat

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Plastic headlights got a yellow haze? - A quick scrub with WD40 and its gone. It doesn't stay gone forever. But it lasts a while and definitely long enough to get you through an MOT.
 

Arry

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Plastic headlights got a yellow haze? - A quick scrub with WD40 and its gone. It doesn't stay gone forever. But it lasts a while and definitely long enough to get you through an MOT.
Toothpaste works as well
 
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