Best Ways to Use Vaseline – Benefits of Petroleum Jelly
- Prepare skin for scents
- Frizzy smooth hair
- Build skin which is luminous
- Remove the stains of makeup from the clothes
- Get a DIY manicure which is messy-free
- Soothes skin
- Remove your makeup
- Make your lashes straight
- Shine your shoes
- Attain great tan
- Makeup strip
- Support stubborn earrings from studs glide in
- Create a Scrub by DIY
- Prevent hanging off nail polish tubes
- Clean your razor
- Cover surfaces during painting- Do you have any potential paint project? If so, a painter can use the Vaseline as a backup tape. Apply a thin coating to cover areas where the paint does not want to stick, such as window glass, door hinges or knobs, and edges of linoleum, tile, or wood flooring. When painting is finished, clean the gel off with a wet rag. Need no scraping!
- Apply Decorative Details – A Vaseline tub may help create a distressed effect of paint on furniture or walls. Load some of the substance onto a paintbrush and draw a pattern on your chosen surface, then paint over the whole thing. The paint does not stick to the Vaseline-coated regions, resulting in an unusual two-tone finish.
- De-Scuff Your Shoes – Using Vaseline as a easy solution to scuffed shoes, boots, handbags, baseball gloves, and leather furniture with leather polish. To achieve a smooth shine, simply add a bit of the gel and buff with a soft towel.
- Keep Glue Fresh – Prevent dried glues and adhesives by smoothing a dab of Vaseline under the cap and around the edges. This would also prevent closing the cap which is shut by dried glue accumulation.
- Silence Squeaks – Vaseline serves as a lubricant and can be used as a replacement for WD-40. To keep things going smoothly, add a thin layer of gel on squeaky or sticking locks, cabinets and windows, and on the tracks of sliding glass doors. Vaseline can also be used to lubricate the refrigerator’s drawers, tables, shelves, and door seals.
- Fix Frozen Locks – Did you realize that a keyhole lubricant will keep the lock from freezing. To do so, add a thin layer of Vaseline to both the lock and key, then insert the key into the lock and coat the device back and forth to operate. The Vaseline prevents excess moisture out of the tumbler.
- Lubricate your light bulbs – Sometimes it’s no easy feat to reach a burnt-out light bulb from a socket to unscrew. Be careful the next time you turn bulbs, add a thin layer of Vaseline to the threads of the new bulb before screwing it in. The lubricant will promote bulb release before it reaches the end of its life.
- Remove Stains – For instance, vaseline can remove stains from candle wax, chewing gum, crayons and cosmetics, clothing, sheets, and furniture. Dab Vaseline on stain with a damp cloth, then allow it to soak in for a few seconds. Carefully blot before the stain is removed, keeping in mind that the procedure can need to be repeated many times. (Watch out: As Vaseline will stain itself, you may need to follow up with liquid dish soap to get rid of any residual oil.)
- Fight Rust on Equipment – Smoothing a thin layer of Vaseline on dry blades and edges between uses to keep your equipment and machinery in tip-top shape. Jelly protective coating wards off corrosion and decay.
- Fight Battery Corrosion – Corroded car batteries can be an annoyance and a financial burden that is frustrating. Aid to avoid corrosion by lubricating your battery with Vaseline, even in the coldest weather. Disconnect the terminals to do so, and clean them with a wire brush. Then re-connect the terminals and cover the links with a Vaseline coating to shield them from moisture.
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