The Many Uses For Baby Powder

The Many Uses For Baby Powder

Refresh books:

Give old books new life by sprinkling them with baby powder. It absorbs the moisture, getting rid of any mold, and leaves books fresh.

Beauty bloggers swear by this one. In between coats of mascara, use a cotton swab to dust baby powder on your lashes.

Squeaky hardwood floors:
Pour baby powder onto your wooden floor and sweep it into the cracks to quiet creaking floorboards. Wipe away the excess, and enjoy the sounds of silence.

A knotted necklace:

Never waste time desperately tugging at tangled jewelry again. Loosen the knot with a little baby powder and use a pin to pull it apart.

Kitty litter:

Sprinkle baby powder over your kitty’s litter for a quick refresh.

In your bed:
Crawling into a hot, sticky bed is no one’s definition of nighttime relaxation. Dust powder between your sheets to help absorb sweat and keep things cool.

For ants:
Keep these intruders out of your kitchen by blocking their path with powder (they’re not fans of the scent).

Reduce waxing pain:

Dust legs with baby powder before waxing. It creates a layer that helps protect against the burn.