10 Amazing Uses for Peanut Butter

Peanut butter is the most popular sandwich in US according to a recent newspaper survey, but there are other things you can do with it around the house.

  1. Most cats and dogs love the taste of peanut butter so if you need to give your pet medication, hide the pill in peanut butter. It will be swallowed quickly and he/she will be asking for more.
  2. This sounds totally weird but if you don’t have soap, or oil to shave with, smooth peanut makes a great alternative
  3. If the kids have been making up those plastic model kits and squeezed glue onto fabrics, you can remove it by rubbing with peanut butter before washing
  4. Smooth peanut with unstick bubblegum and help you remove it from hair and clothing
  5. You can make a peanut soup with peanut butter as the base. Use ingredients for a simple vegetable soup: onions, tomatoes, potatoes, etc. and add peanut butter. This is very nutritious and will be popular with the kids.
  6. Bait mouse traps with peanut butter instead of cheese. Mice seem to prefer it.
  7. Peanut butter is nutritious and healthy for your dog. It will give strong teeth and bones, bright eyes and shiny coat. Dogs love it!
  8. Use peanut butter in cookie recipes as a direct replacement for butter
  9. Remove the sticky stuff left behind when you remove price tags by rubbing with peanut butter
  10. If you don’t like the smell of fried fish that seems to linger in the house long after you’ve finished cooking, add a dollop of peanut butter to the frying pan. It will absorb the smell.
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  1. I didn’t know any of these useful tips. Just fantastic. Thank you!

  2. Good tips again. Thank you!

  3. Very useful ideas, another thing you can do with peanut butter is take bubble gun out of your child’s hair.It works.

  4. Thanks for the comments. I think that’s what No4 says, Ruby, but it’s good to know it actually works! I haven’t tried that one.

  5. I didn’t know some of these, thanks, Lizzie. Think I’ll pass on the peanut butter soup, though!!
    P.B. & J. is my absolute fav sandwich!

  6. I love peanut butter still!

  7. You can also use creamy peanut butter to remove stubborn wax stains on your car’s rubber or non-painted plastic surfaces by applying a little creamy peanut butter to the stain with a soft toothbrush. Peanut butter’s oils dissolve the wax and it’s just sticky & abrasive enough to lift the stain.

  8. I’ll be trying the peanut butter on the gummy stuff. CruiseRewards.com

  9. You can remove marker (sharpie) marks from wood floors by rubbing peanut butter – it lifts the stains quickly – even set in after a year!!!

  10. eating it.

  11. Great tips with one note: cats don’t like peanut butter.

  12. peanut butter oil can remove wax of your cars finish

  13. My cat likes peanut butter! Maybe it depends on the cat.

  14. My dog absolutely loves peanut butter!! She freaks out and jumps all-around every time she sees us taking it out of the cupboard. I didn’t know peanut butter will take away the smell of fish throughout the house after it has been fried. Great advice and it will definitely come in handy the next time I sauté shrimp and sea bass.

  15. what about cleaning cds? :p

  16. use it on dry erase boards to remove the marker. It’s amazing.

  17. my dog is going to love this!!!!!!!!!


  19. omg i love all these tips my dog loves peanut butter now and that tip for when u get bubblegum stuck in ur hair use peanut butter and it really worked

    I have always used peanut butter to remove upc stickers off of toys, but recently my son came in the house with tar all over his feet and got it on my wood dining room chairs. I tried peanut butter and IT WORKED! I also used it to clean the tar off of ten toes and ten fingers!

  21. You will never guess how usefull cthe pinatbutte could be! Thanks for sharing!

  22. I was weeding the flowerbed under a pine tree and sap dripped from the tree into my hair. Peanut butter was the only thing that worked to get the sap out of my hair.

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