Uses for Bar Soap
bar of soap
1~Drive nails easier with less risk of splitting the wood, by first rubbing it on the nail shank.
2~Keep garden bugs off plant leaves by mixing it with water and spraying the solution on the leaves' undersides.
3~Lubricate the metal rails of sticking desk drawers
4~Throw small slivers of soap into liquid soap dispensers to `disintegrate' and provide more liquid soap.
5~Handy Substitute for Hemline Chalk: A bar of soap works fine.
6~Keep Needles Rust Free: Stick them straight into a bar of soap.
7~Remove wallpaper glue by mixing with warm water and sponging it on the walls.
8~Turn screws more easily by dabbing it onto the threads.
9~Cut a straighter line with a handsaw by coating the blade with soap.
10~An Ideal Pin Cushion: Use a bar of soap. Makes sewing easier and needle just slides through hard material
11~To Open that Stuck Zipper: Rub the teeth with a bar of soap
12~Detect gas leaks by mixing it with water and rubbing it on suspect pipe joints; if bubbles form, you have a problem.
13~Place in the rows of a corn patch to deter deer
Stormy Stewart karlyn255 - Apr 16, 2012
jamie Beecham jamie4cakes - Apr 16, 2012
Stormy here is one you can add
place in the rows of a corn patch to deter deer
Leila Rockwell leilaroc - Apr 16, 2012
I've used several of these on your list Stormy and they work great. Have you made a book on this kind of help? Sure comes in handy.
georgi johnson rottenraven - Apr 16, 2012
Another 1 years ago a lil old lady told me and it works. But rub a bar of soap preferably Ivory on ring around the collar before you wash.
Stormy Stewart karlyn255 - Apr 17, 2012
My mother would of loved that info when my day worked in white shorts