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At first, when Listerine was created it was supposed to have many uses not only to be used as a mouthwash.Listerine was invented in 1879 and was used as a surgical antiseptic for different purposes, and it first began to sell like mouthwash for bad breath in the 1970s!
Here are some interesting uses of Listerine
Clean your screens
- You can spray it on a soft cloth and use it to wipe away dirt and fingertips from the screens of the TV and computer.
- Get rid of fleas on the dog
- Rub some Listerine on the skin of your dog to eliminate fleas, instead of the expensive products full of chemicals.
Eliminate garbage odors
- Soak a paper towel in Listerine and put it in the trash to get rid of the smells and leave a nice and fresh scent.
Fight underarm bacteria and odor
- You should pour some Listerine on a small cloth and dab the underarms to fight bacteria and leave a good smell.
Soothes bug bites and itchiness
- Dab Listerine on the bug bites to relieve the itchiness. It is extremely helpful against poison ivy or poison oak stings.
Clean the toilet
- Pour some Listerine in a bowl and use a toothbrush to scrub the toilet and make it white and fresh-smelling.
Treat toenail fungus
- Prepare a Listerine foot bath and soak the feet in it for half an hour to treat toenail fungus.
- Massage some Listerine on the scalp, wrap the hair in a towel, and then rinse with water.
Disinfect the toothbrush
- Soak the toothbrush in some Listerine and leave it for a few hours to disinfect it.
- Apply Listerine on acne twice daily to make the face clear and shiny again.