WD-40 is Not Made for EVERYTHING in Texas
Just about everyone in the great state of Texas knows that between duct tape and WD-40 you can fix just about anything. It's something that we have been taught since we were little kids. Especially when you were working on anything in the garage, these two items work to make every project better. Although most of us realize that WD-40 cannot actually be used everywhere there are some people that need the more obvious reminders, which is why warning labels were created, so we're going to look at 6 places that you should not be using WD-40.
If you're not familiar with what WD-40 is, it's known for being one of the handiest multipurpose products ever. Some of the tasks that it can accomplish include lubricating metal surfaces, remove rust from products or surfaces, the product has been sold all over the world. The formula was first created in 1953 by a company in San Diego.
Don't Put WD-40 EVERYWHERE
While WD-40 can be helpful in many instances there are some places it should not go, it can still harm products if it's not intended for use on those products.
Let's Look at the Places You Should Not be Using WD-40
Most of us have heard our Dad or Grandad tell us that WD-40 fixes everything and in many instances that is true, but not every time. Some of these places might seem like common sense to most of us, but here are some friendly reminders of places you should not be using WD-40.
6 Places You Should Not Use WD-40
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