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Contrary to popular belief, cheap vodka is not only for boozehounds and college freshmen. There are many legitimate ways to use vodka that go beyond mere consumption: cleaning, ...
Spritz down your garments with a vodka dilution between dry cleaning to remove odors! Unfortunately, this does nothing for stains, so once you've spilled red wine on your ...
A small spray bottle with vodka and water is the perfect solution for cleaning your glasses. Don't get ripped off by those greedy optometrists - make your own ...
Vodka is a great solvent for sticky residue. Maybe you have a tiny spray bottle that used to hold overpriced lens cleaning solution that you've decided to repurpose ...
Kill the germs that cause bad breath! Combine cheap vodka with a few drops of cinnamon, spearmint, or tea tree oil and let sit for two weeks. You've ...
Add a teaspoon each of vodka and sugar to water to keep freshly cut flowers looking great. The vodka kills the bacteria that would otherwise grow in the ...
Swapping ice cold vodka for water in pie crust recipes ensures a flakier crust. The liquid makes the dough more pliable to work with, and then evaporates while ...
Vodka is a perfect base for flavored extracts, including chocolate and vanilla. Add vodka and flavoring to sanitized bottles and let sit to develop flavor.
A vodka dilution makes a great window-cleaning solution. Combine vodka and water in a spray bottle and use newspapers for a perfect, streak-free finish!
Mist stinky shoes with vodka between wears to cut down on the smell. Feet can also be soaked in vodka to remove odors, as proven on Mythbusters!
A vodka rinse is a great solution for dandruff or dry scalp. Mix one cup of vodka with two teaspoons of rosemary and let sit for two days. ...
Combine equal parts vodka and water in a sealable freezer bag for a slushy ice pack to nurse injuries.
If you're someone who deals with germy kids all day, you know the importance of having hand sanitizer within arms reach. Vodka is a natural enemy to bacteria, ...
Dampen a cotton ball with vodka to use as a facial astringent to cleanse and tighten pores, or dab onto cold sores to help dry them out.
Vodka acts both as a local anesthetic and disinfectant, so is perfect for treating open blisters and other minor wounds. It's even great for treating aching teeth!
To enhance (remove) the flavor of cheap vodka, run it through a charcoal filter multiple times. The charcoal will get used up quickly, however, and if you're using ...
If the filtered vodka doesn't do it for you, remember, vodka makes great infusions! Just add fruits, herbs, bacon or skittles to round out your liquor cabinet with ...
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