1. Remove dead bugs and bird droppings
Is a summertime road trip in your recent past or near future? When the fun is done, remember that WD-40 has been used to remove dead bugs plastered onto everything from car radiators to boat windshields and golf carts.
You can also reach for that familiar blue can the next time you find bird poop peppering the hood or roof of your car.
Just don’t store the can in your car if it’s one of WD-40’s aerosol products. As we explain in “Never Leave These 9 Things in a Car“:
“Aerosol cans — such as those containing spray paint, sunblock or deodorant — shouldn’t be kept in your car, since they are sensitive to heat. The contents of pressurized cans may expand, possibly causing them to explode.”