Foods can be used for other reasons than giving us the nutrients we need to live. This blog post goes over different uses for popular food items usually stashed somewhere in our kitchens.
The first one up is peanut butter. Although we can eat small amounts of peanut butter, it can also be useful for removing those stubborn sticky price tags off of plates, glassware, and other items.
Lemon juice can be added to your dishwasher to help remove stains from your dishes. It can also be used to polish your special silver.
Egg yolks make for a great deep hair conditioner. Uncooked eggs can also help remove gum from clothes!
We all know the dangers of dark soda. Because it is not recommend we consume any dark soda, use any that you may have to clean oil stains off the driveway, clean the inside of your toilet, or to even remove blood stains off of sidewalks.
Vodka, while more often used to kill brain cells and your liver, can also be used to kill odor causing bacteria while leaving a scentless finish. Click the link below for the full article to find out how to really take advantage of these neat uses for common food items.
Secret: Carbonated drinks (sodas) are one of the highest consumed beverages in the United States. In 2015, an average of 40.7 gallons were consumed per person.