Friday, 20 June 2014

Uses of mayonnaise

1. Prevents lice: apply a little mayo to your hair and comb it through. Rinse well. It will leave an oil on the hair that lice will not want to stick to
2. Remove price tags: use a small amount of mayo on a soft cloth and wipe over the tag. Soon it will loosen and you will be able to peel it off completely
3. Lessen the pains of burns
4. Clean light switches and fridge: dirt and smudge accumulate from too much touching. Apply some mayo and wipe away with a clean cloth
5. Treat your cuticle: apply a dab to your cuticles, massage in and rinse
6. Wipe away crayon marks: scrub with mayo and sponge
7. Heal flaky heels: apply mayo mixed with olive oil to your heel. Rinse when done
8. Remove bubble gum: apply some mayo and massage into the gum. The oils will help the gum release
9. Shine your silver: make your silver shine by applying mayo with a soft cloth and rinse
10. Clean paint spots: applying mayo will loosen up the paint and it will clean up easily
11. Remove a ring: add a little mayo to help make the ring slippery and easier to remove
12. Silence the squeak: add a dab of mayo to a squeaky joint or door and it should silence it
13. Facial cleanser: apply a layer and leave for 15 – 20 minutes, wipe off and rinse thoroughly
14. Condition your hair: massage into your hair and scalp. Cover head with a shower cap, leave for 30 minutes and shampoo
15. Strengthen your finger nails: coat your nails with mayo, leave for 5 minutes and wash with warm water
16. Make plant leaves shiny: florists use this trick to keep house hold plant leaves shiny and clean. Rub a little mayo on leaves with a cloth and they will stay bright
17. Clean piano keys: apply some mayo on the ivory keys, leave for few minutes and wipe with a damp cloth
18. Remove tree sap: coat still tacky tree sap with mayo and let sit for few minutes. Wipe away the softened sap with a clean rag
19. Banish finger prints from stainless steel; cover messy prints with a thin coat of mayo and use a clean dry cloth to wipe away
20. Get rid of tar: use mayo to coat tar that’s stuck to your shoes or car. Let sit for several minutes then wipe off



In other news,my call up number is out!!!! After six months of waiting. Na me happy pass mhen!

22 comments:

  1. #wow their are somethings man is ignorant about Lol.............

    Congrats copper shawn. The latest otondo in town. Lol

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  2. oh wow, the only one i knew of is the one for hair.
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  3. I never knew about the nail part. Well don dear
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  4. Woooowza! Who knew?
    Learnt something new and different.








    @iMannie_

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  5. Wow. Congrats Amaka
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  6. Congrats dear on your call up...
    Well done for gathering all this info and sharing it:)

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  7. We could mayo for all that??...wow...who knew??....Big Big Congrats....(I know congrats are in order even tho I don't really understand what you mean buh hey! Mighty Congratulations!!!)

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    1. I love your free spirit Tibs. In Nigeria, after college you have to go for a compulsory one year service to the nation if you are under 30.

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  8. Fantastic uses, I didn't know many of these. Hope you have a great weekend :) xx

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  9. Wow... Finally! Congrats on your call up dear. #doctorbobby

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  10. The first use of mayonnaise is:
    - Inhale the smell every morning (especially monday) when u wake up. It eases the tension & edgy-ness of the day.

    I didn't say that.

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