WD-40 is one of those special multi-purpose products with more than a few surprising uses (in fact, WD-40 claims this miracle spray has over 2,000 uses). WD-40 can be effective at removing the most difficult stuff from both your car exterior and interior. WD-40 can be used with your car: removing bugs, grime, old bumper stickers, tree sap, and bird droppings on the outside, and crayon, grease, and gum on the upholstery or carpet.
- When tackling automotive projects, professionals need a lubricant that won’t run, drip or make a mess.
- After exposure to water, mud and other substances, spare tires that hang upside down can corrode, making it difficult to dismount in the event that you get a flat tire.
- Lubricating car hinges should not be ignored as it can help prevent more than squeaky noises – it can also prevent wear, tear and rust build-up.
“After exposure to water, mud and other substances, spare tires that hang upside down can corrode, making it difficult to dismount in the event that you get a flat tire. Lubricating the rim and the carrier with Spray & Stay Gel Lubricant can help loosen the bolts that hold it in place and allow you to remove it.”