Oh vodka. Such a volatile little spirit. Vodka and I had such a tumultuous affair through my college years. We eventually ended in a rough breakup – Many times ending up back together again. He’d come calling while I was out with my friends late on a Friday night and would be gone the next morning leaving me with head spinning and little recollection of what had happened the night before. I should have known vodka was bad for me then.
Now the evil liquid goodness is back in my life after having stumbled upon 15 fantastic uses for vodka that don’t involve drinking. Who’da thunk it?
From ice packs to hair tonics, vodka isn’t such a bad guy after all. Flip through and be amazed.
Use vodka to clean your glasses.
Use vodka as a hair tonic.
Works great for people with oily hair.
Use vodka as an ice pack.
Alcohol, of course, doesn't freeze. Mix it with a bit of water to make a perfect slush that contours right around bumps and bruises.
Use vodka to relieve jelly fish stings.
Use vodka to make your own lavender tonic.
For the complete recipe, hit the link below.Use vodka to make your own lavender tonic.
Use vodka to relieve itchy poison ivy.
Use vodka to prolong the life of your razors.
Use vodka on a cotton ball to aid in the removal of band-aids.
Use vodka to help with smelly feet.
Need full instructions? Head to Ehow by clicking the link below.Use vodka to help with smelly feet.
Use vodka to get a streak-free shine on all of the glass in your home.
Use vodka to soothe a throbbing toothache.
Use vodka as an astringent.
Apply with a cotton ball morning and night.
Use vodka to help with a headache.
Simply wet a clean cloth with it and place it on your forehead.
Use vodka to get up wine from the carpet.Use vodka to get up wine from the carpet.