Cooking Spray as Alternative to WD40

The next best thing to WD40 is baking spray. I have used it on hinges, squeaky cabinets, and so many other things. I got my key stuck in the lock at work and I sprayed butter baking spray in the lock and it came out just as slick as a slimy snake. So if you are in need of WD40 and don't have it, try your baking spray. You'd be surprised at what it can handle.

By Gem from VA

April 5, 20110 found this helpful

Using this spray will in time become gummy in your locks. Just use Wd40.


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April 5, 20110 found this helpful

You shoul always carrry WD 40 and Duck tape everywhere you go. Many uses in car or at home. You can use coking spray too.

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April 6, 20110 found this helpful

Baking spray is also great to spray down the inside, back seam of over the shoe snow boots. It makes it so much easier to slide those boots on.

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