How do I clean WD40 off walls

WD40 is great unless it's where it's not supposed to be. I've had it on my floor when one of my kids was spraying something. Try a degreaser: shampoo or dish detergent would probably do it. Just use it neat, no water. Good luck

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November 20, 20150 found this helpful

Worked like a charm.--Thanks.

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Dawn worked great! I took a damp rag over my wall after I was done and I cant even see it was there

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I'd try TSP (Trisodium Phosphate) according to directions, because WD 40 is the finest fish oil primarily, is flammable, and can be used for 100's of things it claims. If no luck, dust baking powder on it an wait an hour and wash up with warm soapy water, repeating if it seems to work or needs another try. : )

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This may say strange using another oil to get it off but eucalyptus oil works well if not get some gumption from your cleaning isle it also works well with getting oil residue off too.

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