08 Oct Ways to Use Vodka That Don’t Involve Drinking
Vodka is a wonderful drink, but you can do so much more with it than just enjoy a shot at a party. This potent beverage can be used as a home remedy, cleaning agent and so much more. If you have a bottle of vodka on hand, make sure to try out some of the following hacks.
Boost Your Laundry Scent
Skip the dry cleaners by making a deodorizing spray for your laundry. Blend one part vodka to two parts water. Spray the mixture onto your clothes to deodorize them.
After encountering poison ivy, use vodka to escape from the itching.
Alleviate Jellyfish Stings
Get rid of jellyfish stings by pouring vodka over the painful area. The vodka will disinfect the wound while easing pain.
Spray a mixture of vodka on your skin to repel insects. For a wonderful scent, add your favorite essential oil to the mixture. Lavender and basil oils can repel insects. Plus, they smell great.
Keep Your Bouquets Alive
Add a dose of vodka to the water in the vase, and your flower bouquets will last for a few extra days.
Remove Upholstery Stains
Vodka can be rubbed into stained fabric to make your upholstery look as good as new.
Clean Your Lenses
Use a spritz of vodka and a microfiber cloth to remove grease and smears on your glasses.
Make Your Razors Last Longer
All it takes is a little vodka to make your razors last longer. After each shave, let your razors soak in the vodka. This prevents them from rusting and disinfects the blades.
DIY Facial Toner
A little vodka can deep clean your pores. It has stringent properties that tighten sagging skin. Just lend in a quarter teaspoon of vodka into a cup of green tea.
Shinier, More Voluminous Hair
Add a shot of vodka to your shampoo bottle to boost dull, thin hair.
Make a Lighter Crust
Replace the water with vodka in your dough recipe for a lighter crust.
Skip Out on Vomit Stains
After a night out, vodka can get rid of the telltale details of drinking too much. Soak any vomit stains in vodka and blot out the stain.
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