Olive Oil

by Smart_Uses

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Polish wood furniture
Polish wood furniture with a teaspoon of oil and a soft rag.

Lubricate measuring cups and spoons
Lubricate measuring cups and spoons for easy cleanup of sticky ingredients like honey, grain mustards and syrups.

Control hair frizz
Control hair frizz by combing a bit of olive oil through dry hair to tame the frizz and flyaways on humid days or in the winter time.

Free a stuck zipper
Free a stuck zipper by using a cotton swap to apply olive oi8l to the teeth of a zipper, and then gently ease the tab down.

Remove paint
Remove paint from your skin by applying a small amount of olive oil to the area. Rub gently to work the olive oil into the cracks of your skin. Then scrub with a dry washcloth.

Fix a squeaky door
Fix a squeaky door by using a rag or cotton swab to apply olive oil to the top of a problematic hinge


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