Don't throw away out-dated milk.

@lixiaos77 (1030)
Shijiazhuang, China
August 23, 2008 10:01am CST
Actually the out-dated milk is quite useful. You can smear it all over you body, then take a bath. It can make you skin fair. You can add it to the water and water the flowers. And you can paint the out-dated milk on your leather shoes. When the shoes are dry, polish them. The shoes will shine. Don't throw away out-dated milk and it is useful.
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@LadyMarissa (12160)
• United States
23 Aug 08
Never heard of any of these. Might I ask the benefit of adding it to the water for the flowers??? Thanks for the info!!!
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• Denmark
23 Aug 08
The thing with: "You can smear it all over you body" Sounds a bit disgusting. But I'll remember the thing with the flowers that's interesting.
@lixiaos77 (1030)
• Shijiazhuang, China
23 Aug 08
English is not my native language and my english is quite poor. I pick the word "smear" from net dictionary. I will be thankful if you can tell me the proper word.
23 Aug 08
"Smear" is the right word. It just sounds gross to smear it all over you when it's out of date!
23 Aug 08
What about the smell though? Especially if you're rubbing it on your skin and shoes. Wouldn't you smell like sour milk?
• Singapore
23 Aug 08
Wow! I never knew some of the things you mentioned. Thanks for the tips!
@rosedust82 (2073)
• Philippines
23 Aug 08
Yup. This is true. There are even people who take baths in milk... and I'm not talking about one carton, I'm taling about Gallons and gallons of milk just to get one bath. That's how important some women find milk. Plus another thing I remember about milk, if you want to make your indoor plants look really nice, you can sponge milk on the leaves... This is what we used to do with the our plants with big leaves and it works. Thanks for sharing this.
@SwtJenlove (1090)
• United States
23 Aug 08
wow! i never knew all that. have you tried it?