Uses for Vodka
Uses For Vodka:
To remove a band aid or bandage pain free, simply saturate it with Smirfnoff Vodka. The vodka will dissolve the adhesive.
Vodka works surprisingly well for cleaning the caulking around tubs and showers. Simply put some Smirnoff in a spray bottle, spray the caulking and leave to sit for five minutes before washing clean. The vodka will kill both mold and mildew.
Vodka kills bees! If bees are a problem where you live, simply fill a spray bottle with vodka and spray away.
Vodka acts as both a topical anesthetic and disinfectant when placed on a blister that bursts. Simply pour some vodka over the broken skin.
Applying vodka with a Q-tip to a cold sore will help dry out the cold sore quicker.
A little bit of Vodka can also help reduce the pain of earaches (and we don‘t mean by drinking it J ). Vodka can help kill the bacteria that is causing the pain in your ear. Simply fill an eyedropper with vodka and squeeze into painful ear – then let it drain out.
Vodka works great for cleaning eyeglasses. Simply dampen a clean cloth with some Smirnoff’s and wipe the lenses. It not only cleans the lenses but kills germs as well.
Another unique way to use Vodka is as an astringent for your face. Simply dampen a cotton ball with Smirnoff’s and apply to face. It not only cleanses the skin but will also tighten the pores.
Flowers will last longer if you add 2 teaspoons of vodka and one teaspoon of sugar to the water in their vase. Be sure to cut an inch off each stem and repeat the process every few days.
If foot odor is a problem, the alcohol in vodka can help dry them out. Wash feet first then swab them with some Smirnoff’s.
Dip a clean cloth in vodka and rub the spot, then launder as usual.
The alcohol in vodka will not only cleanse the scalp, but will help remove toxins from hair and stimulate the growth of healthy hair. Simply add a shot glass full or jigger full of vodka to a 12 ounce bottle of shampoo and wash as usual.
Placing equal parts of vodka and water in a Ziploc freezer bag makes the perfect ice pack. Maintains cold, but because the vodka doesn’t freeze, leaves the ice pack bendable and pliable to mold around injuries.
If rubbing alcohol is not available, Vodka can be splashed over a jellyfish sting to help relieve the pain of the sting and disinfect the area at the same time.
Vodka can help freshen laundry that you have not had a chance to wash. Simply spray garment with vodka (make sure it won’t stain item) then hang to dry in a well ventilated area. The alcohol will kill the bateria that causes odor but will not leave any kind of odor behind.
Vodka can also help remove lipstick stains from collars or clothing. Simply blot the stain with vodka then wash item as usual.
It is best to use this remedy as soon as possible if you have come in contact with poison ivy. Simply pour vodka over the affected area because it will remove the urushiol oil from the skin.
Vodka also works great for removing the adhesive left behind from price tags and bumper stickers. Simply saturate a clean cloth with vodka and rub over the adhesive residue.
A shot of vodka can also help eliminate toothache pain. Simply take a shot of vodka and swish it over the painful tooth and gum giving it a few seconds to absorb. Then you can choose to spit it out or swallow it.
Vodka can also help take from carpets or clothes. Simply spray some vodka on the stain, lightly scrub with a nail brush or old toothbrush, then blot dry.