22 Uses for Silicone Spray You Probably Didn’t Already Know Of

22 Uses for Silicone Spray You Probably Didn’t Already Know Of


Berryman Professional Silicone Spray is an excellent lubrication, waterproofing, and corrosion protection product for most surfaces including metal, wood, rubber, and plastic. Its fast-drying formula leaves a clear, odorless, nontoxic film of silicone for long-lasting lubrication, water repellency, and corrosion protection. It is effective over a temperature range of -50 to 500°F and is VOC-compliant in all 50 states.

Here a list of 22 reasons why it is a handy product to keep in your tool chest!

Vehicle Uses For Silicone Spray:

Looking for a fast, simple and effective solution to vehicle maintenance? Enter silicone. Here’s a few ways it can keep your vehicle in tip-top shape:

  1. Gas Cap Doors:

    Silicone spray is useful for lubing plastic latches, such as the ones on gas-cap doors.

  1. Wiper Blades:

    Spraying the frames of your wiper blades with silicone can lessen their tendency to freeze on cold mornings.

  1. Door, Hood, and Deck-Lid or Lift-Gate Hinges and Latches:

    Use silicone spray to keep all the hinges and latches of your vehicle functioning smoothly and prevent rust buildup. Particularly in the winter, you don’t need to be fighting both the cold and a stubborn latch!

  1. Door Lock Cylinders:

    You never know when your keyless entry system may let you down, so keep your lock cylinders working perfectly by spaying them with silicone from time to time.

  1. Seatbelts:

    Slow retracting seatbelt? Extend the belt fully and lightly spray it will silicone while letting it retract.

  1. Manually Operated Windows:

    A quick shot of silicone spray into the channel where your window moves up and down is an easy way to bring it back to one-finger operating ease.

  1. Chassis Lubrication:

    When metal-to-metal surfaces are unlubricated, they begin to erode bushings and bearing surfaces. This causes suspension and steering joints to wear out, and ultimately fail. Silicone spray is an easy and inexpensive product to use to lubricate your chassis and prevent unnecessary wear and tear. 

  1. Door Weather Stripping:

    To keep ice from bonding the rubber to the metal doors, spray silicone on the weather stripping. This will make doors open and close smoother, and help prevent tears in the weather stripping.

  1. Car Window Tracks:

    Power windows moving slow, or not at all? Use the straw tip to spray silicone onto the tracks and window seals. This should solve the problem and prevent future issues.


Non-Vehicle Uses:

Silicone spray is also incredibly handy to use for various parts in and around your home. We’ll bet you hadn’t already thought of all of these!

  1. Snow Shovel:

    Use silicone spray to keep the snow from sticking to your shovel. It’s a hard enough job as it is!

  1. Sliding Glass Doors:

    Spray the sliding door track with silicone spray to keep it moving smoothly.

  1. Garage Door:

    Silicone will stay slick, even in extreme temperatures. Spray it on your garage door track to keep it moving smoothly and prevent wear and tear on the motor. 

  1. Garden Pruning Tools:

    Apply silicone to your tool joints. It prevents them from getting stiff and difficult to use, and ultimately extends their life.

  1. Garden Hose Retrieval unit:

    Spray your garden hose retriever to keep it rolling with ease.

  1. Windows:

    In old houses with paint buildup, spraying your window tracks will help them slide smoothly to prevent further paint chipping, and make your life a little easier! Use it on newer windows as well to maintain their ease-of-use.

  1. Zippers:

    Never fight with a zipper again! Use silicone spray to extend the life of zippers on clothing, backpacks, sleeping bags, etc. and keep them moving smoothly. Remember to always clean the zipper before applying any lubricant — you don’t want to trap dirt in the zipper. 

  1. Extend the Life of Razor Blades:

    Particularly electric razors. Using a silicone spray can prevent friction, keeping your blades sharper for longer!

  1. Shoes:

    Soften the leather of new shoes by spraying them with silicone

  1. Tools:

    Silicone is especially handy for wooden tools. It will prevent the wood from drying out and splintering, and it is also a great water-repellant.

  1. Adhesives:

    Use silicone spray to remove superglue off your fingers or an annoying sticker that is stuck to a jar.

  1. Stains:

    Spray silicone on blood or tomato stains while it is still damp. Then throw the item in the washing machine and the stain should come right out!

  1. Scuff Marks:

    Spray onto scuffs on tile or linoleum flooring, wait a few moments and the mark should rub right off.


Silicone spray is an incredibly versatile product you can use in both your home and vehicle. Who knew it could make your life so much easier?! Pick up a bottle of our professional silicone spray today… You’ll thank us later!

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