She Sprays Alcohol On Her Bed, You Can’t Believe What She Finds That Night
There are many uses of rubbing alcohol, but the most common one is definitely for disinfection. People also use it for adhesive removal. However, the uses of this versatile over-the-counter product go far beyond this. Read on and find out how you can make the most of this item.
Although cotton swabs are the most commonly used tool for ear cleaning, they’re actually dangerous due to the fact that they push ear wax deeper in the ear canal. Rubbing alcohol is a much better alternative for this. In a cup mix some white vinegar and rubbing alcohol then drip a couple of drops in each ear. You can use a cotton swab for this. The wax will be removed on its own.
2. Kill lice
Rubbing alcohol works wonders for removing lice. What you do is fill a spray bottle with some alcohol then add several drops of lavender oil. Spray the mixture generously on your scalp and hair. Make sure you do the treatment outside. Remove dead lice by combing your hair. In the end, leave the used lice combs to soak in the mixture for at least 1 hour.
3. Deodorant replacement
Rubbing alcohol is highly effective in killing the bacteria that cause bad body odor and can be easily found in every first-aid kit. So, if you find yourself away from home and you have no deodorizer with you, rubbing alcohol is all you need. However, don’t use it too often because long-term exposure to alcohol can irritate your skin.