You have all heard about Listerine, the effective mouthwash against foul breath which appeared on the market in the far 1970. Originally, this product was invented in 1879, as a surgical antiseptic used for various purposes, and it really possess a wide range of uses aside the well-known use of mouthwash.
Here are some interesting uses of Listerine:
Clean your screens
You can spray it on a soft cloth and use it to wipe away dirt and fingertips from the screens of the TV and computer.
Fight underarm bacteria and odor
In order to do this, put some Listerine on a small cloth, and then dab the armpits so that you can successfully fight off bacteria leaving you with a good smell.
Get rid of garbage smells
You can do this by soaking a paper towel in Listerine and put it in the trash bin so that you can eliminate garbage odors leaving a fresh and nice smell.
Get rid of fleas on the dog
Rub some Listerine on the skin of your dog to eliminate fleas, instead of the expensive products full of chemicals.
Soothes bug bites and itchiness
Dab Listerine on the bug bites to relieve the itchiness. It is extremely helpful against poison ivy or poison oak stings.
You can efficiently do this by applying Listerine on acne two times a day. This will provide you with clear and shiny face.
Treat toenail fungus
If you want to treat toenail fungus, prepare a Listerine foot bath and soak the feet in it for 30 minutes.
You can fight off dandruff by massaging some Listerine on the scalp. After that, wrap your hair in a towel, and then wash it off with water.
Clean the toilet
Pour some Listerine in a bowl and use a toothbrush to scrub the toilet and make it white and fresh-smelling.
Disinfect the toothbrush