Great uses for soap.
In addition to cleaning, soap will help you hide your clumsiness and quickly correct mistakes.
Fix sticky drawers and sliding doors
If drawers or sliding doors do not open easily, rub the slides with soap. If you have trouble screwing furniture together, you can also cover the threads with some soap. The door lock is stuck, try covering the key with soap. Insert the key into the lock and operate it several times. The lock will be easier to use.
Freshens up closet drawers, cupboards, suitcases and cars.
You can open the soap bars, then wrap them in an old towel or piece of cloth and store in the closet. The soap’s mild scent and disinfectant help keep cabinets smelling fresh and prevent mold and mildew.
hide a mistake
If you see some small nail holes in the wall after removing the paint, choose a bar of soap that matches the color of the wall. Rub to fill the hole until sealed and repainted.
Avoid paint splashes
If you want to paint a wall next to a glass or mirror, rub a bar of soap on the glass. When you stick the paint on the glass, the soap will come off easily. This method is much faster and more effective than scraping paint.
If the mirror fogs up after a hot shower, you can also rub a bar of soap on the glass. No need to add water, just wipe the stain with a dry cloth. The next time you shower, there will be no more mist.
If you can’t see where a tire or pool leak is coming from, dampen a bar of soap and rub it on the suspected spots. The soap film bubbles up when air escapes.
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