There are six things that you can find in the grocery store that you should have in your home. The reason for this is that there are so many things that you can do with each of these six products. Here are the products and some of the things you can either do with them or use them for.
Uses for Vinegar
- Rinse hair with a mix of warm water and vinegar to fight dandruff
- Use one teaspoon vinegar in a glass of water, gargle, and ease a sore throat
- Add a teaspoon of vinegar to dogs water to keep off fleas
- Kill grass on driveways and sidewalks
Uses for Baking Soda
- Soften your skin
- Soak dried beans in baking soda and water to make them more digestible before cooking
- Add to wash water to remove oil and grease stains from laundry
Uses for WD-40
- Loosens stuck zippers
- Protects silver from tarnishing
- Removes black scuff marks from floors
Uses For Coca Cola
- Removes blood stains and grease from clothes
- Removes rust
- Defrost a frozen windshield
Uses for Fabric Softener Sheets
- Repels ants and mice
- Put a sheet in pan with baked on food, fill with water and let sit over night.
- Dissolve soap scrum from the shower door
Uses for Paper Towels
- Wrap around head of lettuce to soak up extra moisture and keep it fresh longer
- Use as a coffee filter
- Sprout seeds by putting seeds between damp towels and keep it damp for two weeks.
40 fantastic uses for baking soda | Yahoo! Green
Jun 15, 2010 … You may already keep a box in the fridge to neutralize odors, but baking soda can help out around the house in a multitude of ways.
51 Uses for Coca-Cola – the Ultimate List | Wise Bread
Sep 5, 2008 … Time and again sites would reference a can of Coca–Cola as a way to remove the grease spot. I tried it, cynical but hopeful, and it worked.
2000+ WD-40 Uses | Remove Paint, Rubber Adhesive, Rust Stains, & More
Browse over 2000 uses for WD-40, the multipurpose product. WD-40 is great for removing paint, rubber adhesive, gum, crayon marks, rust stains and more.