Common Household Items that Have Hundreds of Uses

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In today’s economy, everyone is looking for ways to save money, as well as avoid those expensive, toxic chemicals that permeate our homes. The items listed below have dozens of uses other than their original purposes. Take a look at the top ways you can save money by finding new ways to use everyday items that can be found in most American kitchens.


1. Castor Oil

  • Discourages rodents from hanging around your home
  • Strengthens eyelashes and encourages them to grow
  • Terrific for dry, itchy skin
  • Relieves dry, cracked heels
  • Natural laxative
  • Relieves menstrual cramps
  • Softens fingernail cuticles
  • Induces labor
  • Lubricates scissors and other kitchen items
  • Restores the health of ailing house plants
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  • Teresa Hall

    All of these are great ideas! One more for olive oil: put a small dab on top and bottom lashes. Helps them grow and keeps them from breaking off when mascara is removed. Be careful, will burn eyes if it gets in. Small amount should be smoother onto lashes, carefully, so there is no.residue to get into your eyes.