19 Ways To Use Conditioner That Have Nothing To Do With Your Hair

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Hair conditioner: It’s some pretty awesome stuff! Finally, some ideas on how to disperse all those hotel-size samples.

1. DIY dry clean your silk clothing.

About a tablespoon of conditioner and a sink filled with room temperature water saves you a big dry cleaning bill. Keep garments submerged for a few minutes, rinse and then hang to dry.

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2. Wash lingerie and other dedicates.

Handwash your fancy (or not fancy) underbits with just a small dot. Do with your unmentionables as you do with your mentionables, as described above.

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3. Protect leather shoes from snow and salt.

Make sure your boots are completely dry before applying small amounts at a time. Work it into the leather itself by buffing with a clean rag.

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4. Remove eye makeup.

Use a cotton ball, a swab, or (my favorite) a crumpled wad of TP.

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5. Soften makeup and paint brushes.

Keep bristles flexible and fresh by applying a little while wet or dry.

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6. Use as cuticle cream.

Smear some over unruly cuticles to soften before pushing them back.

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7. Freshen fabrics.

Mix conditioner and water (about 1:9 parts) and spray on clothing to keep it smelling fresh!

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8. Soften clothes and other linens.

Grab a washcloth, dampen with conditioner, and toss in the dryer with a load.

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9. Attempt to rescue a shrunken sweater.

This isn’t 100%, but it’s a good shot at saving the sweater you accidentally dried on high. Mix about a tablespoon of conditioner in a bucket of water until dissolved. Let the sweater sit submerged so it softens. Gently stretch back out to its original size.

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10. Prevent tools from rusting.

Apply a thin layer to various household tools to keep them rust- and Tetanus-free! Try this with other appliances too, like faucets.

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11. Unclog drains.

Squirt a little in a clogged drain. Run hot water over it to lubricate the blockage and hopefully dislodge it.

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12. Inject moisturizer in your bathwater.

Rub a quarter-size amount in your hands under bathwater. It’s just like bath oil and helps keep skin smooth during the winter’s harsh dryness.

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13. Shine stainless steel.

Apply little by little to stainless steel appliances like your stove, refrigerator, faucets, etc. Buff with a clean cloth to get it glittering.

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14. Remove stuck rings.

Add some at the base of your finger, above the ring and as close to under the ring itself as possible. Gently shimmy the ring off.

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15. Painlessly(ish) remove a bandage.

Wipe a liberal amount around the edges of your bandage to loosen the adhesive’s grip. Yank off with remarkably less pain.

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16. Silence various squeaks.

A much better smelling alternative to WD-40, use it to grease and silence squeaky door, cabinet or gate hinges.

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17. Loosen sticky zippers.

Use a small amount to grease zipper tracks. This dramatically decreases chances of it getting stuck on other clothing or you yourself.

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18. Lastly, use as shaving cream.

 

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