5 Things To Do with Baby Oil
Baby oil is great for soothing skin, but it’s also useful to have around for household tasks. Here are five ways to put baby oil to extra use.
1. Remove a Bandaid
You can eliminate-or at least significantly lessen-the ‘ouch’ factor, and subsequent tears, when removing a child’s bandaid by first rubbing some baby oil into the adhesive parts on top and around the edges. If you see the bandaid working loose, let the child finish the job to help them overcome their fear. Adults who have sensitive skin may also want to try this.
3. Shine Stainless Steel Sinks and Chrome Trim
Pamper your dull-looking stainless steel sinks by rubbing them down with a few drops of baby oil on a soft, clean cloth. Rub dry with a towel and repeat if necessary. This is also a terrific way to remove stains on the chrome trim of your kitchen appliances and bathroom features.
4. Buff Up Golf Clubs
Don’t waste money on fancy cleaning kits for your chrome-plated, carbon-steel golf club heads. Just keep a small bottle filled with baby oil in your golf bag along with a cloth or towel. Dab a few drops of oil on the cloth and polish the head of your club after each round of golf.
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