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33 Wacky Uses for
Johnson’s® Baby Oil

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  • Wash tree sap from skin. Johnson’s Baby Oil dissolves tree sap from hair, body, and clothes.
  • Moisturize dry skin. Rub a few drops of Johnson’s Baby Oil into your hands to moisturize the dry skin. (Just be sure to keep your hands out of the sun. Mineral oil makes your skin more susceptible to sunburn.)
  • Rejuvenate the color and luster of a rubber car bumper. Apply a few drops of Johnson’s Baby Oil onto a rag and rub it into the bumper. The baby oil restores the discolored bumper, revitalizes the black coloring, and helps prevent insects from sticking to it. The sheen lasts for weeks.
  • Remove water rings from furniture. Gently rubbing Johnson’s Baby Oil may remove stubborn spots and white rings from furniture.
  • Shine shoes. Put a few drops of Johnson’s Baby Oil on a paper towel, rub it into the shoes, and buff with a clean cloth.
  • Detangle a knot from a fine chain necklace. Place the chain on a sheet of Reynold’s Cut-Rite Wax Paper and put a drop of Johnson’s Baby Oil on the knot. Using two sewing pins, slowly and carefully pick out the knot.
  • Clean oil-based paint from hands. Rub a few drops of Johnson’s Baby Oil on your skin, and then wash thoroughly with soap and water. Baby oil is gentler than turpentine.
  • Pry apart two bowls or glasses. Dribble Johnson’s Baby Oil between the stuck glassware, let it seep in, and gently tug the glasses apart.
  • Make the filter in your furnace more efficient at trapping small dust particles. Pour one-quarter cup Johnson’s Baby Oil in a small trigger spray bottle, and spray a light coat of the oil over the filter. The oil helps trap small dust particles and simultaneously adds a welcome fragrance to your home.
  • Restore the color and luster of a dashboard. Apply a few drops of Johnson’s Baby Oil onto a rag and rub into the dashboard, the buff dry with a soft cloth. The baby oil revitalizes the coloring and the sheen lasts for weeks.
  • Remove an insect from your ear. If an insect gets stuck in your ear, gently pour a few drops of Johnson’s Baby Oil into your ear, and the insect—being lighter than oil—will float to the surface.

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