Shaving creme

@tammyr (5955)
Etowah, Tennessee
July 24, 2007 1:50pm CST
Of course we all know that shaving creme is excellent to help lift those hairs to get a better shave, but do you know it is a great cleaner too? It takes the hair spray off the towel bar in the bathroom! I had tried several things to remove the build up from there. Nothing worked as well. It will also get it off your curling iron or eye glasses 'arms'. It is excellent as an upholstery cleaner too! Spray it on and let it dry, scrubbing a bit for deeper stains. Then when it is dry, vacuum up! It " lifts" the dirt just like it "lifts" the hairs!! LOL Also, you know how your mirror gets steamed up after your shower? Spray a bit of creme on your mirror, allow to dry about half way. Then wipe off. This make take a bit of elbow grease, or I use a few drops of water on the stubborn spots. The result is a spot-free, nearly steam free mirror! I hope that these tips help you and that you might have a few new ideas to share with me so I can add them to my 'Shaving Creme' list.
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@Modestah (11192)
• United States
29 Jul 07
great tips there, tammy. Thanks! I have used it on the carpet where there was an animal stain, with success. but as you mention always test a small inconspicuous area first for color fastness and etc.
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@laydee (12813)
• Philippines
29 Jul 07
Thanks for the tip. I have 2 full cans of shaving cream my aunt brought when she went home. Don't really use them much because I don't like the scent. At least now, I know what I'll use it for. Thanks =)
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@brimia (6584)
• United States
26 Jul 07
Wow... I had no idea. Thanks for the tips!
@gabs8513 (48715)
• United Kingdom
24 Jul 07
Well I never knew that Tammy Does it also clean a Leather settee? Because I am still trying to find something that will clean that I use a damp cloth at the moment but I am not happy with the outcome lol
@tammyr (5955)
• Etowah, Tennessee
25 Jul 07
I have never tried leather. I would think it would do a great job on it, but I would also suggest testing it in a hidden area first in case it causes some discoloration. Do you have amour-all over there? The stuff for car interiors? I would try that or another cleaner conditioner made for leather seats.
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@gabs8513 (48715)
• United Kingdom
25 Jul 07
Thanks for that I will have a look for it