Soften a new pair of jeans. Add one-half cup Morton Salt to detergent in the washing machine.
Soothe pizza burn. Dissolve one teaspoon of Morton Salt in a glass of warm water and rinse your mouth with the solution frequently to speed healing after burning your tongue or the roof of your mouth.
Repel fleas. Since salt repels fleas, wash doghouses with salt water to prevent fleas.
Remove rust from household tools. Make a paste using two tablespoons Morton Salt and one tablespoon ReaLemon. Apply the paste to rust with a dry cloth and rub.
Clean carpet stains. Dampen the stain with water, blot well, then pour Morton Salt to cover the stain. The salt will absorb the remaining liquids from the carpet. Then sweep up and vacuum the salt.
Make scraping ice off the windshield easier. Rub Morton Salt on the ice, wait a few minutes, and then scrape. The salt melts the ice. Keep a canister of Morton Salt in your trunk.
Dissolve soap suds in the sink. Sprinkle Morton Salt on soap bubbles to make them pop.
Clean a discolored bathtub. Sprinkle Morton Salt in the bathtub, scrub with a damp sponge, and rinse.
Remove the stench of garlic or onion odor from hands. Wet your hands and then rub one teaspoon of Morton Salt between them, concentrating on fingertips and nails.
Clean coffee and tea stains from china cups. Mix equal amounts Morton Salt and white vinegar.
Obliterate a wart. Moisten the gauze in the center of a Band-Aid Bandage, sprinkle it liberally with Morton Salt, and adhere the salted bandage over the wart. Repeat for several weeks until the wart disappears. The Band-Aid keeps the wart moist while the salt keeps the wart irritated.
Clean a glass coffee pot. Pour one-half cup Morton Salt into the empty coffee pot, fill with ice cubes, and swirl the coffee pot so that the ice cubes whirl around inside it, scrubbing the stains with the abrasive salt.
Relieve the itch of an insect bite. Mix water with Morton Salt to make a thick paste, and apply the mixture to the bite.