uses of home made products

Home products despite regular use have also proved to be convenient for other aspects of life too. There are products that can be used as a substitute for self-care purposes, like cleaning iron with a paste or thinner as a glue dissolver. There are tons of different ways to reuse the products, all you have to do is use a little creativity to repurpose your products. It will be strange to figure out how come we didn’t think of them before? but they make so much sense now. 

Here are the surprising uses of daily household products:

#1 Clean Iron With Toothpaste

If your iron shows signs of burned areas, or if there are stains on your iron plate you can use a quick trick to avoid getting your clothes dirty. The tool is right there in your bathroom cupboard. You can take toothpaste and rub it on your iron and polish it off. This will help you remove the dirt stain from the iron.

#2 Aspirin For Cleaning Clothes

Aspirin is perfect for getting the sweat stains out of clothes. You can crush one-two tablets and mix them into 100 mL of water and let your clothes soak in the solution for around two hours prior to washing.

#3 Hair conditioner for makeup brush maintenance

If you want to clean your makeup brushes or are tired of maintaining them the best way is to treat them like your hair. You can rinse them with shampoo and moisturize them with a hair conditioner. This will make them clean, soft, and longer-lasting. This trick is best used when you have brushes made out of natural hair.

#4 Remove grass stains with sugar and water

Now you can easily remove grass stains from your clothes or fabric by dissolving ½ cup of sugar with warm water to create a thick paste. After creating the paste you can apply it directly onto the grass-stained fabric & let it sit for at least an hour.  

#5 Translucent Powder – An Alternative To Dry Shampoo

Translucent Powder is a kind of dry shampoo that is one of the handiest products ever invented. In case you don’t have a shampoo at home you can make use of translucent powder which results pretty much the same. Next time when you wash your hair must try out this dry shampoo for effective results. 

#6 Thinner As A Glue Dissolver

It becomes very difficult to separate things that are stuck together with superglue or any strong adhesive. From now onwards, you just have to remember to apply nail polish remover or thinner in other words to remove the glue effect. This will make everything right again.

#7 Deodorant helps prevent blisters when breaking into new shoes

According to the research, an antiperspirant on your feet may give many wonderful effects. Firstly it helps to prevent blisters. Secondly, you can rub some deodorant on your soles to avoid a bad smell, just like your armpits, it can keep your feet from sweating. To get instant relief from an insect bite you can use any deodorant that is made with aluminum, which is great at easing irritating bug bites. 

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