Baby powder isn’t just for babies.
What do we think of when we hear the word, “baby powder”? We naturally think of sweet little babies. Well, baby powder has many more uses then just on a babies bottom. He is a list of the many useful uses of baby powder.
- For ant problems, sprinkle some baby powder under doors were ants come in at, and along window sills. Ants will not walk through the powder.
- To help rubber gloves slip right on, sprinkle a little bit of baby powder inside the glove, and on they go.
- Do your sheets feel hot and sticky on warm summer nights? Sprinkle a little bit of baby powder between your sheets before getting into bed, this will help to absord perspiration.
- Having trouble untangling that knot in a necklace? Sprinkle some baby powder on the necklace and then work it apart. The powder will act as a lubricant.
- Sand gets everywhere, and sticks to a person. Sprinkle baby powder over sandy, wet kids or adulty, to adsorb the moisture, and then brush away the sand.
- For all of those old, musty, mildewed books you don’t read but want to keep, sprinkle baby powder between the pages and let sit for several hours, or even a few days. Then gently brush out the remaining powder with a soft brush.
- Many homes, old and new have squeaky floorboards, here is a quick fix. Sprinkle some baby powder between the boards and sweep in well into the cracks. No more squeaky floor.
- When shaving your legs with an electric razor, sprinkle them with baby powder to reduce friction burn.
- If you get a grease stain on your shirt while cooking, dab the stain with baby powder, rub it in good, then brush off any loose powder. Do this till the stain is gone.
- To give your dogs coat a little pick me up, rub in a few hand fulls of baby powder, getting it in there really good. After give your dog a good brushing. His coat will not only look better, but will also smell better. This can be used on yourself as well.
Published in: Homemaking