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Uses for Cooking Spray

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.

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I was in the kitchen and saw a wasp flying around. I didn't want to spray bug killer in the house so I took a can of generic cooking spray, and sprayed the bug when it landed on the window.

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September 24, 2009

When spraying your baking and frying pans with no stick spray, open your dishwasher door and place the item on it. Spray your cooking pans as desired and simply close the dishwasher door.

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August 2, 2004

When mixing meat loaf, patting marshmallow candy into a pan, or kneading pizza dough, I first spray my hands with non-stick cooking spray. It keeps the food from sticking and washes off easily with soap and water.

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March 28, 2005

If you're going on a car trip and know you're going to be driving through an area with a lot of bugs (like the south), spray some Pam cooking spray on your windshield and radiator grill to keep the bugs from sticking. You will have a much easier time washing them off!

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Lightly spray your beaters with cooking spray. This helps to prevent batter from sticking on the beaters plus easier clean up.

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Pam nonstick spray will keep snow sliding off of satellite dishes during the snow fall.

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When bothered by squeaky or rusty hinges, you probably have the quick cure right in your kitchen. Any cooking spray will work just fine, and most of us have a can of that on hand.

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When mowing your lawn, spray cooking spray on blade and under deck so the grass won't clog up your mower. This works like a charm and we have a swampy lawn.

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Non stick cooking oil spray is good for moisturizing the cuticles of your fingernails. When you are spraying a pan with the oil, just go ahead and spray your cuticles at the same time.

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Instead of getting your hands all oily when prepping potatoes for baking, simply put your prepped potatoes on a plate or tray, and use cooking spray oil on them, turn taters over, spray the other side, and you're done!

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Instead of using oil to keep spaghetti and/or pasta from sticking while cooking, use Pam cooking spray in the water as it begins to boil.

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April 4, 2011

Creaky doors bug the life out of me. I absolutely hate to hear them. If I have run out of WD40, I get my pan spray and spray a bit in the hinges and the problem is gone.

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