Few Known Uses of Olive Oil
In addition to its health benefits or culinary value, olive oil is very effective in preserving furniture and helping beautify it.
in the kitchen
Protect wooden cutting boards, salad bowls and wooden utensils
After cleaning your wooden cookware, don’t forget to coat it with a light coat of olive oil to condition the wood and prevent cracking or discoloration. All you have to do is apply a layer of oil, leave it on the wood for five minutes, and then smooth it out with a soft cloth.
Before you scoop out the honey, peanut butter, or mustard, dip the spoon in olive oil to keep it from sticking to other foods.
Bracket made of stainless steel, silver…shiny
Rub some olive oil on a soft cloth and rub it on stainless steel appliances such as pots and sinks, faucets… to avoid stains, water stains, dullness…
Olive oil also prevents silver from tarnishing quickly, making it even shinier. Rub a little oil on a soft cloth and rub the silver to slow down the oxidation that causes tarnishing.
Peel off paper labels
Put a drop of olive oil on the paper labels of glass and plastic bottles, jars, leave the paper labels for at least 15 minutes, and then remove them. The label can be easily removed without re-sticking.
In the bedroom and bathroom or in beauty.
Keep your pearls shiny
For makeup, to remove dust… To handle, put some olive oil on a soft cloth and apply to each bead, then dry the beads with a soft cloth.
remove the ring
Having trouble removing rings or rings? Apply olive oil to your finger, then hold the ring with a soft cloth and gently slide it off your finger.
shiny leather shoes
Leather, rubber and natural leather shoes can be made shiny again with a little olive oil on a soft cloth. However, be careful not to use it on suede.
razor blade protection
To help your razor blades last longer and prevent rusting, dry them with a cotton ball or a cotton ball soaked in olive oil and allow the blade to dry before use.
Softens skin and softens hair.
Olive oil is an ideal natural lubricant for rough cuticles. You can add a little to a hot soak in the shower to soften skin.
You can also apply a little olive oil to dry hair to fix frizzy and matted hair. Rub this mixture into your hands to soften hair and control dryness, you will find that both your hair and the skin on your hands are more comfortable.
If your hair is sticky from the gum, olive oil will also help to remove it effectively. For skin stains like hair dye, car grease, tar, ink and varnish, you can mix a few drops of oil with a teaspoon of sugar to make a gentle but effective bleaching paste.
Rub a little olive oil on your skin to remove heavy makeup and leave skin feeling smooth. Olive oil is particularly good for removing mascara and helping to moisturize dry lashes.
around the house
Fix squeaky hinges
A few drops of olive oil will reduce the creaking of door hinges, cabinets and appliances.
Remove scratches from wooden furniture
You can restore the beauty of wooden furniture by applying a little olive oil to the wood surface to cover minor scratches. Apply the oil with a soft cloth and then with a dry towel. You can make a weekly furniture polish by mixing 1/4 cup olive oil, 4 tablespoons white distilled vinegar, and 2 tablespoons lemon juice. Pour into a spray bottle and shake well before use.
Beautify the skin surface
Leather furniture, gloves, leather jackets… become soft and supple with a soft cloth and a few drops of olive oil.
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