Saturday, August 15, 2020

13 wonderful life hacks of shampoo

 life hacks of Shampoo


You may have seen the shampoo used to wash your hair on a daily basis, but do you know what this solution can do to enhance the shine of your hair?

You may not believe it, but with the shampoo, you can polish your shoes, clean your car, and do many things you would never have imagined.

Life hacks of shampoo

So here are some of the benefits of shampoo that will amaze you.

Give new life to leather shoes and purses

No need to buy expensive solutions for the new life of your leather or leather shoes and wallet. A small amount of shampoo and a clean cloth can do this. Applying the shampoo on the damaged parts of the shoes and rubbing it with a cloth will not only clean it but also give it a new lease of life. It will also protect your shoes from salt stains.

Fix the frozen zipper

If your zipper is stuck somewhere, apply a little shampoo on the cotton and turn it on the zipper instead of breaking it. The shampoo will help the zipper to move easily and the remaining trapped debris will come out in the next wash.

Fix the shrinking sweater again

Don't worry if your favorite sweater shrinks, you can get it back to its original size, just use baby shampoo and warm water. Fill the sink with warm water and add some baby shampoo and mix by hand. Now put the sweater in the water and soak for fifteen minutes. Now take the sweater out without squeezing it and put it in a container, now fill the sink with clean water and keep the sweater soaked in it for a while. Now take out the sweater and put it on a towel and turn the towel over and take out the water. Then place the sweater on a dry towel on a spot surface and gently pull it out. When it dries, stretch it further and that's it.

Car cleaning

The grease-cutting power of the shampoo also works in the car. Mix a quarter cup of shampoo in a bucket of water and clean the car with a sponge.

Move the stubborn nut bolts

If a nut or bolt never separates, try pouring some shampoo on it. Allow the shampoo to absorb for a while and then see how the nuts and bolts unravel.

Remove the bandage without pain

Removing a bandage from a wound is usually a very painful process, however, after applying a small amount of shampoo on and around the bandage, wait for it to absorb for a while and then take off the bandage. You are not in any pain. Will be.

Put new life in your feet

Massage a small amount of shampoo on your feet at night while sleeping and put on cotton socks. When you wake up in the morning, your feet will feel smooth and silky.

Shaving cream substitute

If you have run out of shaving cream and do not feel like going out of the house, do not use soap but prefer shampoo as it is a much better alternative for softening the skin.

Clean dirty hands

Compared to soaps, some shampoos work magically to remove stubborn dirt or non-removable scars by hand. Shampoo water paint is also helpful in removing stains.

Hair spray cleaning from walls

If the hair spray has stuck to the walls of your bathroom or a child has applied it to the walls, apply a small amount of shampoo on a wet sponge, and clean the dirty area.

Shine the faucet and tub

Want to flash the tubs and taps immediately before guests arrive? So choose shampoo because it works great.

Cleaning of delicate items

The shampoo is also great for cleaning delicate items. Drop a drop of it on them and clean it.

Cleaning combs and brushes

Oily skin fills your combs and brushes faster than expected, and if you keep them in a purse or pocket, they can accumulate dirt and odour. Use shampoo to rejuvenate them, first remove the trapped hair, and then rub some of the shampoos on it. Then fill a glass with water and mix some amount of shampoo in it and put a comb or brush in it for a few minutes and then wash and clean.


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