She Takes Kosher Salt and Stirs It Inside a Jar of Vaseline. The Reason Is Brilliant!

Practically everyone keeps a tub of Vaseline somewhere in their house, whether it’s in the medicine cabinet, under the sink, or in an emergency first aid kit. The product comes in handy for a variety of different uses which range from medical to beauty to household related and so much more, no wonder it was originally called “Wonder Jelly!”

Vaseline is actually the brand name for a certain type of petroleum jelly sold by Unilever that’s free of any colors, added fragrances, and other possible irritants. While most people know that it’s great for soothing dry skin and lubricating things, there are so many other neat ways beyond that to utilize a tub of the gooey stuff. Both this article and the accompanying video from the Slivki Show EN channel on YouTube focus on several of the best Vaseline hacks. They may just come in handy down the line and will definitely save you time and money! Here they are:

Homemade body scrub- To make an all-natural, exfoliating, and deep moisturizing body scrub simply mix together Vaseline with kosher salt. Try it the next time you shower!

Prevent steel tools from rusting- Waterproof them as well by wiping them with a coat of Vaseline.

Start a fire- Take a piece of cloth or cotton balls and dip them generously in Vaseline. These are perfect for lighting a fire because they catch easily and burn for a long time. If you plan on going camping, seal cotton balls in a small Zip-loc bag and use them as tinder.

Groom and pamper your kitty- Massage a little bit of Vaseline into your cat’s paws to help protect the sensitive pads, especially if your cat spends a lot of time outdoors.

Keep car battery terminals corrosion free- Over time automotive battery terminals build up crud caused by corrosion, which can negatively impact your car’s performance. To prevent this from happening remove the clamps connected to the battery, smear a bit of Vaseline on each of the posts, then re-connect the clamps.

Fix a squeaky door- Rub Vaseline on all the hinges, the extra lubrication will stop the squeaking.

Get rid of water stains, rings, and marks on wood furniture- Take a soft cotton cloth and use it to buff some Vaseline into the wood. Rub it in like furniture polish, in tight circles, until the surface is even, smooth, and shiny.

Make a candle- Tightly roll up a small square of paper into a thin tube then place it halfway in a tub of Vaseline so half is sticking out. These burn brightly and are perfect for emergencies.

Keep your cheeks warm in the cold- When it’s super cold outside rub a little Vaseline on your cheeks and face to keep your skin from getting cold and chapped.

Revamp old leather shoes- Make tired, worn out leather shoes look like new again by buffing them with a little Vaseline. It reconditions them and also has a waterproofing effect.

Prevent nail polish bottle caps from sticking- Take a cotton swab and dab some Vaseline on the threads around the base of the bottle opening where the cap twists on. Now it won’t stick the next time you go to open it.

Moisturize rough, dry skin on your feet- Before you go to bed slather Vaseline all over your feet, put on a pair of socks, and wake up to smooth soft skin.

Prevent sensitive ears from jewelry irritation- If your ears become sore from wearing earrings try rubbing Vaseline on the metal stud part that goes through your ear. It coats the earrings and helps them slide through, lessening any negative reaction or sensitivity.

Extend the life of your perfume- If the scent of your perfume disappears too quickly Vaseline can help it last longer by holding the fragrance without altering the scent. Simply apply a little bit of Vaseline on the area where you plan to spritz it on, then spray the perfume over that same area.

If you don’t already have a jar of Vaseline on hand, do yourself a favor and pick some up. It can be used to touch up makeup, moisturize dry skin and elbows, loosen stuck lids, and for so much more. Vaseline is a product that can seemingly do it all!

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She Rubs Peanut Butter All Over Her Legs 2x Per Week. The Reason Is Brilliant.

It has been well established that peanut butter has many health benefits, however, the multitude of common home and life problem solutions it offers, are not as well known!  The video you are about to watch below will include some of the hacks discussed, as well as others that can be of great help in our everyday lives.

I, certainly, have never heard that peanut butter is the solution to removing gum!  This is often a kid problem, but could happen to anyone…whether it gets stuck in hair, the carpet, your sheets, under a table or in a pool drain!  All you have to do is spread a thin layer of peanut butter onto the stuck gum, leave it there for 5-10 minutes, and then wipe off with a damp cloth…PRESTO MAGIC the GUM is UNSTUCK!

This next one is really great!  We are big fish eaters in our house, which is nice and healthy, but I can’t stand that lingering fishy stink.  I open windows and light scented candles (which is not really healthy) but the fish smell somehow lingers.  Apparently cooking a tablespoon of peanut butter in a frying pan for 2-4 minutes gets RID of any UNWANTED HOUSEHOLD ODORS!

I can’t believe that a thin layer of creamy peanut butter is capable of getting rid of small scratches on all things leather!  Whether you have a scratch on leather furniture, clothing or accessories, rubbing the peanut butter in a circular motion REPLENISHES and CLEANS the natural oils of all your LEATHER goods without damage.

The same way that it replenishes leather, peanut butter is full of natural oils that act as a powerful MOISTURIZER for your SKIN.  In fact, it can be used as a SHAVING CREAM, that not only moisturizes but protects your skin from getting nicked by a razor!

If you have a sticky door or window, you don’t need to spend money in a hardware store on something potentially harmful to inhale.  Peanut butter to the rescue again…it can “UNSQUEAK” anything in your house!

It’s just awful when wood around your house, on floors, cabinets, tables or any furniture, gets scratched.  You’ve spent good money and don’t want unsightly scratches to ruin your treasured belongings.  Leaving a thin layer of creamy peanut butter on SCRATCHES IN WOOD, for one hour before wiping it off with a soft clean cloth, will cause the scratch to DISAPPEAR!

Who doesn’t hate dealing with the STICKY RESIDUE OF PRICE LABELS?!  Peanut butter applied for mere seconds will remove all of the label, after wiping it off with a cloth.  Although intuitively, rubbing peanut butter into your scalp seems a bit gross, doing this will leave you with a shine and texture to your HAIR like no other!  The natural oils get infused into your hair…just be sure to thoroughly shampoo it out!  For a discussion of these and some OTHER incredible PEANUT BUTTER HACKS watch the VIDEO below.

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She Crushes Aspirin Into a Powder And Puts It Into Her Hair 3x Per Week. The Reason Is Unexpectedly GENIUS!

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Aspirin is something that should be in everyone’s medicine cabinet. Most of us reach for it when we have a headache or fever since it’s quite effective as a general pain reliever. Some people take it to help with their heart problems and to prevent blood clots from forming.

The main active ingredient in it, salicylic acid, is what makes it so effective and useful. While there’s many medicinal uses for aspirin, there are also lots of other non-medical things you can do with it, which this video and article cover. Check it out and see if any of the alternatives could come in handy in your life!

1) Renews and Clears Skin- The salicylic acid in aspirin is like a clear-all for skin since it helps to reduce swelling, redness, and acne by removing oil and dead skin cells that are clogging them. Make a mask by crushing up 5 aspirin tablets, combine them with a ¼ cup of water, and one teaspoon of honey. Leave the paste on your skin for at least 10 minutes before rinsing it off with warm water. You can do this daily, weekly, or monthly to fit your skin’s needs.

2) Reduce Dandruff- Aspirin can help fight dandruff so if you suffer from an itchy, dry, flaky scalp try crushing 2-3 pills into powder and mix it in with your shampoo. Allow the shampoo to sit on your scalp for several minutes before rinsing, this works because the salicylic acid it contains makes it a very strong and effective moisturizing agent.

3) Make Flowers Last Longer- Plants and fresh cut flowers have a tendency to wilt away and they can start to look sad very quickly. That’s because they’re producing ethylene gas as they slowly decay, but if you add a crushed aspirin to the water they’re in, your flowers will last much longer than not.

4) Remove Tough Sweat Stains- Yellowed armpit stains on clothing are unsightly and getting them out can be a real pain, if not impossible, but not if you use aspirin to pre-treat the spots! Combine 5 crushed aspirin tablets with ¼ cup of water and apply this paste to sweat stains. Allow it to work its magic for at least several minutes before rinsing and then wash clothing as you regularly would.

5) Jumpstart a Dead Car Battery- This trick is only for use in case of an emergency and it’s best to check out the video for more information on it. If your car battery ever dies, put at least 2 aspirin per cell into the battery. The salicylic acid in aspirin reacts with the sulfuric acid in the battery, which creates a charge strong enough to get your engine to turn over so you can get to a service station or mechanic. Care should be taken if and when you ever do this because the chemical reaction can produce some nasty, harmful byproducts.

Watch the video below for more information!

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