Everyone knows that peanut butter is a healthy and tasty spread. But did you know that it can be used in so many other ways too? Continue reading to learn some phenomenal things that you can do with peanut butter.
1. Shaving cream.
Ran out of shaving cream on the day you need to have smooth skin the most? Apply a thin layer of peanut butter on your skin to for a really close as well as nick-free shave.
2. Leather conditioner.
Put a very small amount of peanut butter on a damp and clean cloth. Use circular motions to apply it on leather bags, couches, pants, jackets and other items.
3. Kitchen deodorizer.
Fry a tablespoon of peanut butter in a frying pan for about a couple of minutes. This will eliminate bad odor and fill the kitchen with the yummy scent of peanut butter.
4. Squeaky hinge stopper.
Applying some amount of peanut butter on the hinges of a squeaky entry or cabinet door works just as wonderfully in putting a stop to that annoying squakey noise as a using regular lubricant.
5. Gum eliminator.
Especially if there are kids at home, having gum stuck in hair, carpet or clothes is always a possibility. Apply peanut putter on the trouble spot and remove gum after a few minutes.
6. Glue remover.
Just done with your arts and crafts session and you got glue all over your hands? Massage some peanut butter on your hands and wash thoroughly with soap and water to remove them.
7. Sticker remover.
Whether it’s the price tag on an item you just bought or a cartoon character sticker your child placed on the wall, smearing peanut butter over it makes the removal process a trouble-free task.
8. Wood scratch concealer.
Minor scratches on the surface of wooden furnishings leave you feeling frustrated? Smooth peanut butter on them. After a few minutes, wipe of with a dry cloth. Ta-dah!
9. Butter substitute.
Suddenly ran out of butter while whipping up a delicious treat for the family? Replace with peanut butter. This will also give the goodie a nice nutty taste.
10. Ice cream drip stopper.
Placing a small scoop of peanut butter in an ice cream cone before loading it up with ice cream is a great way to get rid of drips. This also adds a surprise treat for kids.
11. Hair moisturizer.
Can’t afford any one of those super pricey deep conditioners for the hair? Massage peanut butter on your scalp and mane instead. Shampoo thoroughly afterwards and enjoy gorgeous hair.
12. Ant eliminator.
Simply combine a couple of tablespoons of peanut butter, 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda and 1 teaspoon of borax. Place some in areas frequented by ants and you may say bye-bye to them in no time.
13. CD or DVD repairer.
Scratches keeping you from fully enjoying your music or movie? Gently rub some peanut butter on those scratches. Wipe off with a soft and dry cloth. Enjoy skip-free music or movie enjoyment!
Is there any other surprising use for peanut butter that you would like to share? Leave it below!