3 Genius Ways to Clean With Spray Lubricant
Get rid of those stubborn stains with help from an unlikely source.
3 Clever Ways to Use Spray Lubricant 01:00
Use spray lubricants to clean and degunk items around the house.
Every household has certain maintenance items that make life just a little easier. An adjustable wrench for example or even a plunger. You don’t think twice about these tools but when a problem arises, you’re glad you have them handy. That’s how I feel about spray lubricant. This multi-use spray is likely sitting somewhere in your garage from the last time you used it to loosen a rusted bolt off your old lawnmower. It’s not just for grease and grime though. Check out these three cleaning hacks you can try at home:
Kids and adults both have trouble keeping their white shoes clean. It seems like no matter how hard you try, dirt and mud will find a way to latch onto your fresh kicks until you finally decide to do something about it.
Make your shoes look like new again by applying a modest amount of spray lubricant to a soft cloth.
Then get to work on scrubbing and you’ll find that not only does the dirt wash away, but the shoe material appears polished and brighter than ever.
Writing on the Wall
Even if your child is the next Picasso, that doesn’t mean you have to keep their works of art on your wall.
Make quick work of this problem by applying spray lubricant to a soft cloth and wipe away all the multi-colored scribble.
Thinking about using that uniquely shaped soda bottle as a vase?
If so, you’re going to want to remove the label first before getting started.
Apply a generous amount of spray lubricant directly to the bottle as you hold it with a towel.
Let the bottle sit for just a minute or so and then use a plastic card to scrape the label off the glass.
The sticky label should slide away easily, leaving you with a glass bottle perfect for your favorite arrangement.