Get off that stuck ring
When pulling and tugging can’t get that ring off your finger, reach for the WD-40. One of the best WD-40 uses, a short burst will get the ring to slide right off. Remember to wash your hands after spraying them with WD-40.
Exterminate roaches and repel insects
Don’t let cockroaches, insects, or spiders get the upper hand in your home, try one of these WD-40 uses instead. Keep a can of WD-40 handy, and when you see a roach, spray a small amount directly on it for an instant kill. To keep insects and spiders out of your home, spray WD-40 on windowsills and frames, screens, and door frames. Be careful not to inhale the fumes when you spray and do not do this at all if you have babies or small children at home. Or, try one of these no-chemical ways to get rid of pests in your home.
Remove chewing gum from hair
It’s one of an adult’s worst nightmares: chewing gum tangled in a child’s hair. You don’t have to panic or run for the scissors, as this is one of the lesser-known WD-40 uses. Simply spray the gummed-up hair with WD-40, and the gum will comb out with ease. Make sure you are in a well-ventilated area when you spray and take care to avoid contact with the child’s eyes.