When Listerine was invented it had the sole purpose of cleaning your mouth from bacteria, it was being used as a surgical antiseptic at the time it was invented but now it’s finding its purpose in other things as well. It became marketed as a mouthwash against bad breath in the early ’70s.
You can use it in different ways around the house:
Disinfect the toothbrush.
Soak your toothbrush in some Listerine and leave it for a few hours to disinfect it.
Cleaning the toilet bowl.
Scrub the toilet with some Listerine and it will kill off the bacteria and give it a fresh smell.
Eliminate the bad odor from garbage bags.
Soak some paper towels into Listerine and put it into the garbage bag to get rid of the bad smell.
Clean your TV or Computer Screen
Spray a bit of Listerine on a soft cloth and wipe the fingerprints and dust away from the screen.
You can use it to treat toenail fungus.
Add some Listerine in warm water and soak your feet for 30 minutes to one hour. The results are great.
Listerine can help you get rid of dandruff
Massage your scalp with Listerine and wrap your hair in a towel, and afterward rinse with clean water.
Clean your face to fight acne.
If you apply Listerine twice a day on your face, it will become clear and get a nice glow.
It can be used to eliminate bad body odors and underarm bacteria.
Soak a cotton ball in Listerine and rub it under your armpit so you can eliminate the bad smell.
We hope you found some useful purposes of Listerine you didn’t know about!