She Throws Mouthwash In Her Toilet, The Reason Will Surprise You

Get more out of your mouthwash! You may not realize this, but mouthwash is useful for a good number of odd jobs around the house, and it also leaves a wonderful scent. Mouthwash is not only meant to keep your mouth clean and fresh. We have listed the most surprising tricks with mouthwash for you! And believe us, you will be surprised …

1. Clean your computer screen (NOT for LCD screens!)
Moisten a white tissue with a little mouthwash with a mint flavor, with this you can easily remove stains and dust from the screen.

As a screen cleaner, mouthwash is a bargain! Based on an average price of just 2 euros per bottle, it costs less than a cent to clean your computer screen, because you can use it for a very long time. Just an important note – this trick works best on glass screens and is not recommended for computer screens that use an LCD.



2. Use mouthwash in the bathroom
Do you often suffer from a nasty smell coming from the toilet bowl? Then use mouthwash! The plaque-breaking ingredients in mouthwash effectively clean toilet bowls and kill bathroom bacteria.

Pour two cups of mouthwash into the toilet bowl and let the liquid stand for 30 minutes. Follow up with a quick swish with a toilet brush through the toilet bowl and then flush it. In addition to cleaning the toilet, it will also smell nice! You can also apply this to the mirrors and the sink.

Don’t you want to know how to use mouthwash in the kitchen instead? You can find it on the next page (You will be surprised!)



3. Make an anti-fungal treatment
A mixture of mouthwash and water (25 percent mouthwash and 75 percent water) can be sprayed on plant leaves with fungus and aphids. Use it once a week. Meanwhile, mild cases of foot and toe fungus can also be treated with mouthwash. Soak a cotton ball with (sugar-free) mouthwash and apply it to the foot several times a day, or take a foot bath with mouthwash.

The fungus can disappear within a few days. If this is not the case, go to the doctor. Have you now become curious about the other uses of mouthwash?

Like cleaning your skin or cleaning your toothbrush, for example? Then take a quick look at the next page!



4. Use it as a facial cleanser
The alcohol and bacteria-fighting ingredients in most sugar-free mouthwashes are great for refreshing your skin, according to Reader’s Digest. Mouthwash is a great alternative when you’ve run out of your facial toner, as it is great at removing dirt and residue from the face. Not only that, but it also helps you fight pimples on your face.

How to apply it, you wonder? Dab some mouthwash on a cotton ball or a cotton pad, and apply it all over your face as you would apply your facial toner. Rinse it afterwards with cold or lukewarm water. It is, however, advised not to use it if you have a sensitive skin.



5. Clean your toothbrush
We may not think about it, but toothbrushes also need to be cleaned regularly. This can easily be done with mouthwash as it contains antiseptic properties, which makes it ideal to clean your toothbrush with.

All you have to do is pour a little mouthwash into a glass and soaking the toothbrush bristles for a few minutes, but the best option would be to leave it in there for a night. Once this step is done, you can rinse it thoroughly with hot water and use it again.



6. Let your clothes smell nice
It can occur that your washing machine ends up leaving a musty smell, which means that your clothes will be cleaned, but they will smell as well. As a result, your washing machine won’t give you the results that you need, but even for this, there is a trick.

Add 1/2 a cup or a full cup of mouthwash to your laundry (along with your regular detergent). The mouthwash will kill all bacteria on your clothes, and it will even clean your washing machine. But, you can also do an empty load cycle with 1/2 a cup of mouthwash to get your washing machine clean and disinfected.



7. Let your flowers live longer
Having bought new flowers are always a joy, but keeping them healthy for a long time can be quite a task as cut flowers can wilt quite quickly. But did you know that you can extend the life of your flowers by adding mouthwash to the water? Mouthwash contains antiseptic properties which can reduce the bacteria present in the water your flowers are in.

So, in order to extend the life of your bouquet, all you have to do is add in a ratio of 2 tablespoons mouthwash per liter of water or simply a cap full of mouthwash into your vase.