WD-40 is one of those household items that literally has thousands of uses – including solving a lot of issues that can arise during a survival situation.
It is so versatile that it should be included in your survival kit and bug-out bag – you can buy smaller cans if space is an issue – apart from having a stock for everyday use.
As a utility, WD-40 can be used to lubricate locks, protect wood or metal, as a wasp and hornet repellent even as a fire-starter – you name it, chances are WD-40 can be used somehow and can make the job easier!
Best of all, for all the purposes it can be used for, it is very inexpensive.
That makes it a no-brainer in terms of including it with your basic survival supplies.
Check out the video on the next page to see just 25 of the thousands of uses for WD-40.