50 Uses for Rubbing Alcohol YOU Should Know

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Sometimes the forgotten little bottle or container under the sink or in our medicine cabinet is practically a miracle cure. Try these 50+ “AHA” uses for rubbing alcohol and break free of buying costly specialized commercial products that may or may not do the job you need. Rubbing alcohol is cheap to buy and readily available at most pharmacies or the grocery market in the home care aisle. You can often buy larger quantities or larger bottles, but since it is such a handy thing, buy smaller containers that you can place strategically in and around your home and vehicle in order to be able to grab it quickly when you need it.

As a northerner, using rubbing alcohol to keep my windshield frost-free is a great trick. I hadn’t thought to also use it preventively as a wash on windows to keep frost from building up. Vinegar is a great cleaner, but cannot be used everywhere. For example, don’t use vinegar on granite. Instead, try rubbing alcohol. The website offers a great rubbing alcohol blend that includes important other ingredients for this purpose, so be sure to get the recipe and don’t just pour pure alcohol on to your fabulous (and expensive!) granite counter tops. In many cases, you can use rubbing alcohol where you have used vinegar. Check the list on this website to see how that works. It’s good to know for those occasional times when you get caught without the product you need. We spend so much time, effort and money trying to keep our homes clean, fresh, and beautiful. Why not do it with products that are simple, contain few if any chemicals and that don’t cost an arm and a leg to make at home? This approach can help to teach your kids a lot about how cleaning products work, how to be more eco-friendly, as well as how to save money, an ever-important aspect of adult life. Why not try out some of these recommendations today?

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