Your use of WD-40 to help truck curtains slide in the track easier was useful. I suspect there are many uses for WD-40 in a truck. Mine is to remove sticky adhesive labels from glass and hard plastic surfaces. What are others?
Response from Vicki:
Hi, Lynn. Thanks for your tip. You have referred to our Truck Curtains “Sticky” in the Track? This Simple Trick Helps Them Slide page.
At the time Mike and I teamed, a lot of trailers had wheels with windows where drivers (and mechanics) could see the hub oil level. Of course, as drivers drove, a lot of dirty and grime would accumulate over the window. Although we were never given this instruction — and it would be a good idea to ask your trucking company if it is an acceptable practice if they have the same type of equipment — I would spray a bit of WD-40 on the hub seal window and clean it off with a paper towel. That way, I could easily see the hub oil level to make sure all was well.
As for other uses, you may want to see what you can adapt from these lists:
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