Who doesn’t have a tin of petroleum jelly in their medicine cabinet?
If there were such a thing as a list of “must haves around the house,” I would think it would be on it. It has so many uses, and I would have thought it to be with first aid stuff, but at my local grocery store it is only on the baby aisle. Having no babies, it took me a while to find it.
My inclination of looking for it in first aid probably comes from a doctor telling me that it was just as good to use on my cut as neosporin because I was on an antibiotic. He said the antibiotic made up for difference between the two. This was many years ago, but I don’t think either has changed much since then.
I have many more uses for petroleum jelly, but the one I came across today is new to me. I haven’t tried it yet, but I was told that you can use it to remove imperfections in your wood furniture. Rub the jelly on water spots and heat marks, coating the area of the imperfection and let it stand overnight. Wipe clean in the morning.
What are some uses you have for this product? G Rated please.