Mouthwash helps to fight germs and disease-causing bacteria so it beneficial for bad breath, plaque, and cavities. But mouthwash can also be used around your home in many different ways to disinfect your kitchen, sanitize your laundry, to treat dandruff, and much more…
Deodorant – Mouthwash helps to fight odor causing bacteria. Pour a little mouthwash on a cotton pad and swipe under your armpits to get rid of body odor and also reduce sweat.
Nail fungus – Mouthwash contains antifungal properties that can get rid of a nail fungus. Soak a cotton pad in some mouthwash and apply it on the affected nails.
Toothbrush cleaner – Disinfect your toothbrush to keep it away from germs. Pour some mouthwash in a small cup and then add your toothbrush so that the bristles of the toothbrush are soaked into the cup.
Heal Bruise – Just rub some mouthwash on the bruise to fade and heal the bruise. READ MORE – ALOE VERA SKIN CLEARING MIST
Toothache – Gargle with mouthwash a few times a day to soothe a toothache or swollen gums.
Laundry sanitizer – It will not only kill the germs in the clothes but will also disinfect the washing machine. It will also get rid of the mildew smell from the towels.
Heal cracked feet – Pour equal parts of mouthwash and water into a big bucket and soak your feet in it for 15 mins. Mouthwash wil gentle exfoliate the skin under your feet to treat cracked heels and smooth the skin.
Dandruff – The anistpeci properties of mouthwash will help to get rid of dandruff, dry or itchy scalp effectively. Take mouthwash in a small bowl and dip a cotton pad in it. Section off your hair and rub the cotton pad on your scalp. Leave it on for 10 mins and wash it off. READ MORE – OVERNIGHT RICE WATER HAIR MASK for extreme hair growth
Toilet sanitizer – The easiest way to sanitize and deep clean your toilets is to use mouthwash. Pour mouthwash, leave it on for few hours, or overnight to clean and shiny toilets.
Bug bites – Rub a small amount of mouthwash on bug bites to soothe the itch and swelling.