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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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6 ways to use shaving cream (besides shaving)

Most of you know that shaving cream is for, well, shaving, but did you know that there’s a lot more that it can handle? It’s got surprisingly good cleaning power on lots of things and the great part is that you an usually snag shaving cream at really cheap prices.

You can see from a previous post of mine that great deals on shaving cream do come along, especially at drug stores. And who knows? With prices at around 49¢ a can, maybe you’ll be able to start stocking up on shaving cream rather than more expensive carpet cleaners or stain removers!

Ways to Use Shaving Cream:

1. Use it to remove stains in carpet. If something has spilled on your rug, blot the spill, squirt some shaving cream on it, and wipe it with a wet sponge. The same technique can be used for spills on clothing.

2. Use it to shine your jewelry. Use a bit of shaving cream on an old toothbrush to gently clean your jewelry.

3. Use it to clean chrome faucets. To get a shiny and clean appearance on your chrome, sponge some shaving cream onto the faucet and wipe it clean with a damp cloth.

4. Use it to remove paint from your hands. Rub some shaving cream into your hands as if you were washing them. Finish up with some warm water and soap in the sink to remove those stubborn paint spots.

5. Use it to fix a squeaky hinge. Since it expands, shaving cream can silence that squeak when you spray a bit of it on the hinge.

6. Entertain toddlers.  Spray some on a cookie sheet and practice writing letters, shapes and more.  We’ve done this many times!  They do need to be old enough to not eat it…

Do you know of other creative ways to use shaving cream?

 

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    • DENISSE

      LOVE THE IDEAS.

    • Kendra Hoy

      Shaving cream in Ziploc bags to practice letters/numbers too.

      • Fun idea! It’s probably a lot less messy…

    • carolyn090

      thanks,have been needing a few ideas. DH decided the likes the Duck Dynasty look.

      • I’m glad you found it helpful. My husband likes the Duck Dynasty look too sometimes. :)

    • mommawith4

      Keeps mirrors from fogging. Gets rid of lice. Thanks for the ideas. Great for homeschoolers

    • Christy

      Just wondering does shave “gel” work also or does this only apply to shaving cream?

    • pamalama

      At the end of the school year during cleanup, I squirted some on each child’s desk. They could play around while cleaning and really loved it.

    • pamalama

      At the end of the school year during cleanup, I squirted some on each child’s desk. They could play around while cleaning and really loved it.

    • MariaClipsCoupons

      I used it to remove the hairspray buildup in my daughters’ bathroom. I let it soak for a little bit and it washed right off! No elbow grease needed!

    • tori729

      Good idea to spray on the chrome. Easy use since it’s right there when I clean the bathroom.
      My husband uses a can of shaving cream in like five years, seriously. He uses an electric dry razor most of the time. So we probably really have enough shaving cream to last us the rest of our lives with all the deals!