Uses For Everyday Items
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Everyday Uses For Baby Powder
Want your bath powder to last longer?
If you love your favorite bath powder, extend its life by adding equal amounts of baking soda or cornstarch or baking powder to the good stuff.
Sprinkle baby powder in cracks, along a window sill, or under doors where ants enter. Ants will not walk through baby powder.
Help rubber gloves slip on easily.
Sprinkle baby powder inside the gloves.
Give your dog a dry shampoo.
Rub baby powder intoyour dog's fur, wait a few minutes, then brush out.
Cure a squeaky floor board.
Sprinkle baby powder into the crevices along the edges.
Hide a stain on a white suit.
Rub baby powder into the stain.
Clean grease from walls.
Sprinkle baby powder on asoft cloth and rub the spot until the grease disappears.
Keep shoes and sneakers dry and comfortable.
Dust the insides with baby powder.
Prevent sticky sheets on a hot, summer night.
Sprinkle baby powder between the sheets to absorb perspiration.
Give your hair a dry shampoo.
Work baby powder into your hair, then brush out.
Prevent white shirts from absorbing oil and grime.
Lightly sprinkle baby powder on the shirt before and after ironing.
Clean sand off wet skin.
Sprinkle baby powder on skin to remove moisture, and the sand virtually fall off by itself.
Untangle a chain necklace.
Dusting the chain with baby powder will make it easier to untangle.
Soften rough hands.
Apply baby powder as you would hand lotion.
Prevent friction burns when shaving your legs with an electric razor.
Dust legs lightly with baby powder before shaving.