Every week, women and men use shaving cream to get rid of unwanted hairs, this is inevitable. Did you know that you can also use it to do a ton of daily tasks? Indeed, this product can be practical around the house in several ways. Discover 10 ways to use shaving foam outside the shower.
1. Say goodbye to squeaky doors
Does your door squeak? Put some shaving cream on the hinges, scrub them and then remove the excess product.
2. Get rid of condensation
Whether it is in your car or on your bathroom mirror, you can get rid of condensation by applying some of the product on the glass and then wipe it off.
3. Relieve small wounds
Surprisingly, mousse can help relieve jellyfish bites, mosquito bites as well sunburns.
4. Get soft feet
To have softer feet, apply some shaving foam on them and then cover them with a towel you’ve soaked in mouthwash.
5. Clean your house
You can clean your stainless steel faucets, your jewellery and your iron with it. These objects will be clean and sparkle! Just put a little foam on them and then wipe them with a clean and soft cloth.
6. Remove paint from your hands
You can remove paint and grease from your hands by rubbing them with some of this product. It’s no more complicated than that!
7. Fix your manicure
It’s not always easy to make oneself a manicure. Fortunately, you can remove nail polish blunders on your skin with shaving cream.
8. Get beautiful beach waves
Shaving foam can help you achieve voluminous, wavy hair. To do this, put some of this product in your hair and twist your hair into waves.
9. Clean your suede footwear
Are your suede shoes stained with dirt or grease? Take a small amount of the product and rub it on them. Wait a few minutes, remove the shaving foam with a damp cloth and let it dry.
10. Remove tough stains
Did you stain one of your shirts, your couch or your rug? Know that you can get rid of these kinds of stains with your shaving cream. All you have to do is put some on the stain, let it work for a few minutes, rub and then rinse. You can also use this product to remove stains from clothing before putting them in the washing machine.
Source: Astuces de Grand-Mère