Surprising uses for Vaseline

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Make perfume last longer - Apply a bit of petroleum jelly on your wrist before you spray perfume on it. It will make it last longer!

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Nail polish - Is the lid of your nail polish bottle stuck? Rub the top with some Vaseline and it will be easier to open next time.

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Protect your dog's paws - Petroleum jelly can help keep your dog's paws safe and moisturized.

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Remove scratches - Is your wooden table scratched? Just apply some Vaseline, let it sit overnight, and then wipe it.

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Reduce diaper rash - Vaseline can protect your baby's skin by acting as a protective barrier against moisture.

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Heal dry cracked feet - Apply some Vaseline before you go to bed, put your socks on, and the next day your feet will be much softer.

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Prevent chafing - Both amateur and pro runners alike apply Vaseline to any critical areas before they go on a run.

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Manicure - Apply Vaseline to your cuticles and avoid getting polish on them when painting your nails.

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Make razor blades last longer - Make razor blades last longer by rubbing some Vaseline on the razors when they're dry.

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Zipper - These can be stubborn sometimes. A bit of Vaseline will do the trick.

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Personalized lip balm - You can make your own flavored lip balm using Vaseline. Just add Kool-Aid or other flavored drink mix to it and voila!

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Soothe a fever - Put some Vaseline in the freezer for five minutes and apply it to the person's forehead.

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Light bulbs - Rub some Vaseline on the threads and it will be a lot easier to unscrew them later on.

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Makeup stains - These can be hard to remove, but with a bit of Vaseline you might just get rid of it.

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