Keep Your Chevy Sparkling Like New with WD-40 Detailing Hacks

You just drove away with a new Chevy from Gillman Chevrolet Harlingen, and the first thing you do is run into a swarm of bugs that bake onto your hood in the Texas heat. Or your kid-sister spits gum into the carpeting.

There are thousands of detailing disasters that can befall your car, inside or outside—but for each of them, the solution is easier than you might think. You don't need to buy expensive specialty cleaning products when there's a can of WD-40 waiting in your garage.

WD-40 is a spray lubricant, usually used for protecting metal tools from rust, loosening nuts and bolts, or taking the squeak out of old patio furniture, but it happens to also be masterful at removing anything sticky.

It won't harm your vehicle's clear-coat, so spray it onto those sticky bugs. Let it sit for a few minutes, and wipe off clean with a dry towel. That impossible-to-remove bubblegum in the rug comes out easily when you spray all around it with WD-40. It even works on that regrettable bumper sticker that seemed so funny at the time, cleanly dissolving adhesive residue.

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