New Uses for Old Things
Unexpected New Uses for Bathroom Items
There's magic to be found in the medicine cabinet.
New Uses for Baby Oil
- Remove latex paint from skin: Pour a generous amount of baby oil on a cotton ball and scrub.
- Untangle a necklace chain: Massage a dab of oil onto the tangled area, then use a straight pin to carefully pull apart the knot.
- Peel off bandages: Avoid involuntary hair removal―and extra agony―by rubbing baby oil over and around the sticky parts of an adhesive bandage
before pulling it off.
- Slip off a stuck ring: Massage oil onto your finger and rotate the ring until you can slide it off. (This trick works to get body parts out of a number of sticky situations.)
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