Surprising how many things you can clean with shaving cream. Buy a cheap brand and clean away. Works wonders.
Carpet – to remove stains, spray the area with shaving cream
and wipe with a damp sponge. Let it dry overnight and vacuum.
Chrome – to shine, wipe it down with shaving cream and remove with a
Eyeglasses – to keep from fogging up, apply shaving cream to
the lenses and wipe clean with a soft
Finger Nails – to clean, work some shaving cream all over the nails and
clean with a nail file.
Hands – to clean, spray some shaving cream on your hands, rub them together
and wipe with a towel. Scented or unscented shaving cream is excellent after a gym work- out. Lather your sweaty areas with shaving cream, rinse with water and use your regular soap. I am telling you it works. It also is good for strong adult urine body smells. People who wear depends or diapers.
Hands – to remove grease, spray a generous amount of shaving cream on your hands, rub them together and wipe with a towel.
Jewelry – to clean, scrub the jewelry with shaving cream and
an old toothbrush.
Mirrors – to clean, spray the mirror with shaving cream and
wipe with a clean dry cloth.
Mirrors – to keep from fogging, wipe the mirror with shaving
cream and wipe it off with a dry cloth before showering.
Oven – to clean, spray the oven with shaving cream and scrub
with a scouring pad. Rinse with clean water.
Paint – to remove from hands, spray some shaving cream on hands,
rub it in real good and then rinse with soap and water.
Shower Doors – to clean, spray the doors with shaving cream
and wipe with a clean, dry cloth.
Stains – to remove, work shaving cream into the stain then with a
clean, damp rag. Let it dry and launder according to directions.
Windshields – to keep from fogging, apply shaving cream to
the windshield using a damp cloth. Buff with a dry, soft cloth.
Make pots and pans easy to clean. Before placing pots or pans on a barbecue grill, coat the bottom of the cookware with shaving cream. When you finish grilling, the black soot will wash off the bottom of the pot and pans with ease