Wacky Uses for
Wesson® Corn Oil

  1. Moisturize skin. Massage Wesson Corn Oil into your skin, wait fifteen minutes, remove the excess oil with Bounty Paper Towels, then take a hot-water bath.
  2. Make bubble bath. Mix two cups of Wesson Corn Oil, three tablespoons of liquid shampoo, and one-quarter teaspoon of your favorite perfume. Mix the solution in a blender at high speed.
  3. Prevent cat hairballs. Add a teaspoon of Wesson Corn Oil to one cat meal daily.
  4. Add a shine to your dog's coat. Add a teaspoon of Wesson Corn Oil to each food serving.
  5. Condition hair. Massage lukewarm Wesson Corn Oil into dry hair, cover hair with a shower cap for thirty minutes, then shampoo and rinse thoroughly.
  6. Remove oil paint from skin. Use Wesson Corn Oil instead of turpentine.
  7. Season a cast-iron skillet. Rub a drop of Wesson Corn Oil on the inside of the pan to keep it seasoned. Place a sheet of Bounty Paper Towel over and under the skillet when storing. To season a new cast iron skillet, grease with unsalted Wesson Corn Oil and warm in an oven for two hours. Repeat after washing the skillet for several weeks.
  8. Remove rust spots from a cast-iron skillet. Apply Wesson Corn Oil, let stand, then wipe thoroughly. Repeat if necessary.
  9. Prevent car doors from freezing in winter. Rub the gaskets with Wesson Corn Oil to seal out water without harming the gaskets.
  10. Remove white spots or water marks from furniture. Dip a cloth in Wesson Corn Oil, then into cigar or cigarette ashes. Rub with the grain, across the spot until it disappears.
  11. Prevent snow from sticking to a shovel. Coat the shovel with Wesson Corn Oil.
  12. Remove decals. Saturate the decal with Wesson Corn Oil.
  13. Oil wooden spoons, cutting boards, and butcher block. Put Wesson Corn Oil on a Bounty paper towel, rub it into the wood, then wipe clean.
  14. Soothe tired feet. Rub warmed Wesson Corn Oil into your feet, wrap in a damp hot towel, and sit for ten minutes.
  15. Remove glue from furniture. Apply a dab of Wesson Corn Oil and rub.
  16. Remove a splinter. Soak the wounded area in Wesson Corn Oil for a few minutes to soften the skin before trying to remove the splinter.
  17. Break in a new baseball mitt. Rub a few drops of Wesson Corn Oil into the palm of the glove, place a baseball in the glove, fold the mitt around it, and secure with rubber bands. Tuck the mitt under a mattress and leave overnight.
  18. Remove burrs, tar, and sticky substances from a dog's hair. Saturate the area with Wesson Corn Oil. Wash with dog shampoo, rinse immediately, and brush clean.
  19. Clean the sap from a Christmas tree from your hands. Rub your hands with Wesson Corn Oil and wipe clean with a Bounty Paper Towel.
  20. Remove price tags from appliances or the price-tag sheet from an automobile. Apply Wesson Corn Oil. Let sit and scrape away.
  21. Make cleaning a barbecue grill easy. Before cooking, coat the grill with Wesson Corn Oil. Clean when the grill is cool to the touch.
  22. Remove paper stuck to a wood surface. Saturate the paper with Wesson Corn Oil, let sit for a while, and gently peel the paper off.
  23. Keep your sink shining. Wipe the sink with a few drops of Wesson Corn Oil on a soft cloth.
  24. Treat ear mites in cats. Put a few drops of Wesson Corn Oil into your cat's ear and massage. Then clean out all debris with a ball of cotton. Repeat daily for three days, and the mites should be gone. The oil soothes the cat's sensitive skin, smothers the mites, and promotes healing.
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