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Every house has a jar of good ol' Petroleum Jelly. Yet this jelly is very under appreciated for all of it's great uses. Here are a few of the most in...
Have a stuck drawer? Use petroleum jelly to prevent it from sticking and make the drawer move smoother.
A common problem with outdoor light bulbs is having them stick to the fixture. If this happens trying get out the bulb might end up in it breaking. Pu...
Having a hard time rushing out of the shower? Put some petroleum jelly on your curtain rod for your shower to open it lightening fast!
A bit of petroleum jelly on a door hinge can take away that annoying squeak. Then you can sneak around your home effectively.
You can use petroleum jelly to help you start a fire. It works pretty well with stuff that is having a hard time starting.
If you run out of chap stick, Petroleum jelly is a great lip moisturizer. Just apply liberally to the lips and BAM no more chap-ness.
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