Aspirin is an acetylsalicylic acid. It is a medication used to reduce pain, fever, or inflammation.
1. Cleans your skin
Instead of calling in sick at work, grind up aspirin with a bit of water to create a paste that will reduce the redness and swelling.
2. Removes stains
Removes sweat stains from your clothes with the solution below that uses the acid found in aspirin to resolve this laundry issue.
3. Gives flowers a longer life
Fresh flowers are beautiful, but they die too quickly. Give cut flowers a little more time by adding crushed aspirin to the water in the container.
4. Gives a car battery new life
Keep a bottle of aspirin in your glove compartment and never (hopefully) get stranded by a dead battery again. If there's nobody nearby to jump the vehicle, try tossing two aspirin into the battery. Aspirin contains acetylsalicylic acid, and a car battery contains sulfuric acid.
5. Wash your hair
Chlorine may protect you from disease and bacteria, but this swimming pool cleaner isn't a friend to your hair. Bring the luster (and standard color) back to light hair with an aspirin wash, demonstrated in the video below.
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