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Skin So Soft Uses!

posted Mar 22, 2012 14:54:22 by CristinMiller
These are some uses for skin so soft

Personal Uses
It's a bath oil and after shower moisturizer.
It can be used to remove make-up.
It's a great tanning oil. Pour a little in the water when you soak your feet to help moisturize your feet and relax you.
It's a great massage oil for tired muscles.
It cleans off tape marks from bandages on skin.
It cleans ink from the skin.
It's an insect repellent as recommended in Outdoor Life, Field and Stream, and, Dear Abby.
It helps relieve itching caused by insect bites and dry skin. (And has been said to help the sting of wasp bites.)
It cleans heavy oil and grease from the skin.
Painting something? Use SSS to remove paint from your hands instead of turpentine.
It sooths light sunburn.
Rub hands with it before washing. It helps get them cleaner.
Rub on dry, cracked, and bleeding skin. It stops bleeding and heals skin in two or three days.
Put 1 or 2 cap fulls in liquid soap and use it for shaving legs and underarms. Helps razor glide over and leaves skin feeling smooth.
It removes chewing gum from hair and skin.
It takes tar right off the skin without irritation.
It helps remove tight rings from fingers.

Animal Uses
It's a great insect repellent for your pet.
Mix five parts water, one part SSS and mist on show animals. Brushing it in makes their coats gleam and keeps insects off so the animal doesn't fidget in the show ring.
Mix in pet's bath water. Takes the fleas off them and in between baths, spray them with same mixture described above.
Rub on your hands before and after working with your pets and farm animals. It will remove the strong smells.

Household Uses Sponge it around doors, windows, and on screens to keep crawling bugs out.
It removes ring around the collar.
It removes scuff marks from patent leather shoes.
It's a good wood cleaner and conditioner for natural wood.
It removes soap scum from shower doors, shower curtains, windows, and bathroom and kitchen fixtures.
It removes lime and hard water deposits from fixtures, tile, shower doors, and windows.
It's an oil lubricant for fitting pipe joints that won't slip together.
It cleans ink from most vinyl and painted surfaces.
It cleans heavy oil and grease from non-porous surfaces.
It takes gum off clothing and carpets.
Rub on brass ornaments or figurines to help keep them from turning dark..
Removes crayon from appliances and most painted surfaces.
Wash cupboards with SSS mixed in your cleaning water to keep ants off and out of the cupboards.
Use it to discourage hornets from building their nests. After using a hornet killing spray, remove the nest and keep the area sprayed with SSS. They will not rebuild in that area.
Use it to clean leather it will keep it soft and supple.
It cleans paint brushes easily, and leaves them soft as new.
It cuts grease and cleans dirt from range hoods and cabinets.
A little drizzled down the sides of 2 glasses or glass bowls stuck together will make them easy to pull apart.
It removes lime and hard water deposits from windows.

Automobile Uses
It removes tar spots from car finishes without damage to the paint.
Use it to clean vinyl dashboards seats and tops. It not only cleans, but it softens to prevent cracking.
After washing your car, use it as a tire dressing to keep tires looking like new.
Use it to wipe down vinyl surfaces in your car. It removes smoke odors left behind by smokers.
It will remove oil and grease stains from car carpets.

Camping Uses
Spray it on the outside of the tent, especially near the door & windows and it keeps misquito's away!

Cristin Miller
Independent Avon Representative
Team Leader
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