I use it on the wheels of my electric wheelchair because the hub gets dirty and squeaky and WD-40 takes care of that problem.
I would have to say that my favorite use for WD-40 is a very common use indeed, I adore the fact that it can stop a hinge on anything from squeaking! I cannot stand a squeaky door. So, even as it is not that unusual, it is my favorite use for WD-40!
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