Unusual Use of Every Day Items
We buy many things that we do not need. However, we cannot guess about it. As well as unaware of the secret properties of the items, that we already have and cannot even guess how those ordinary things can be used in an unusual and not a habitual way.
There are a few things in the kitchen, in the storage, in the cabinets that can be kept for a very long time without any use, even sometimes are forgotten, after a well-organized clean up, we find things that we were looking for before, and finally finding them we do not know what we needed them for. There are some items that are always in reach and we use them exactly what they are defined for, but is there any other way we could use them? Yes, there is.
An Unusual Use
There are several ways that show how everyday items can be used and we sometimes can be surprised how they can be helpful in this or that case and we have never thought that they truly can do their unusual work.
See what you can do with your ordinary things at home:
Tea bags as an air freshener. Fold a few used tea bags in a jar and put in the fridge – they absorb odors.
Baby wipes for cleaning gadgets before buying special equipment to wipe electronic device, try baby wipes – they manage just as good.
Hydrogen peroxide is a bleach stain remover with the advent of hydrogen peroxide remained only as an antiseptic. In fact, it serves well as a disinfectant and as a stain remover.
Beer as a bait for slugs. You can get rid of slugs, leaving the open cans of beer in the open area. Slugs will crawl into the trap themselves.
Cinnamon against ants. Forget about expensive chemicals. If you want to get rid of ants, sprinkle a little cinnamon in a location favored by insects.
Toothpaste as a cleaning agent. Toothpaste will perfectly clean metal surfaces of bathroom and the kitchen, as well as helps to get rid of the smell of garlic on your hands.
Alka -Seltzer as a bait for the fish. It may seem strange, but if you throw a couple of Alka- Seltzer tablets into the water where you are fishing, the chances of a big catch will increase.
Tea bags against warts. Tannic acid found in tealeaves can help to get rid of warts. Three times a day, apply warm to her bag and hold for 15 minutes.
Bananas can give a shine to the silverware cutlery. Wipe with the inside of a banana peel and see how it will shine.
Honey against bacteria. Some varieties of honey can effectively replace antibacterial means and promote wound healing.
Aspirin as an anti-itch mean. Crush an aspirin, add a little water and apply the mixture to the place of a mosquito bite.
Soda for cleaning teeth. It does not only freshen your breath, but also whitens your teeth.
A hand cream will give a shine to shoes. The hand cream will not only bring brilliance, but also will make your shoes soft and flexible.
Charcoal Coal as an air freshener. It will help keep the air clean and fresh – even in the refrigerator, even in the car.
Paper coffee filters will wash the window. When washing the windows, use coffee filters – since they do not leave streaks and stains.
Aluminum foil for sharpening scissors. Fold a sheet of foil several times and cut it with scissors and blades become sharper.
Coca Cola and rust. Coca Cola can help get rid of rust you have got on the things made from steel. Pour some of the drink on the area where the rust is, leave for some time, and then wipe it off with a sponge.