I use it as a one-trick-wonder and always have some in my home.
What do I use it for?
- Squeaky doors. I apply some Vaseline with a Q-tip and let it set for a couple of days - sure enough, the squeak disappears. I've used this on car doors, screen doors, bathroom doors, you get the point. Works every time.
- Makeup Remover. I used to cake on the makeup for show choir and other shows in general. Whenever I had stubborn stuff that I thought would need chiseled, I busted out the Vaseline and simply wiped it off. I swipe a little on my lashes before bed each night instead of scrubbing them to death and when I awake in the morning - voila! No sticky mascara residue!
- Lip Balm. Chapped lips? Vaseline will always keep them moist, healthy, and shiny.
- Salve for cracked skin on hands and feet. I have great hand/feet skin, I really do. But on the rare occasion that something gets too raw, I slather on some Vaseline before bed and cover up with gloves or socks (or both) and wake up in the morning to silky smooth, saved skin.
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