Unusual Ways to Use Peanut Butter Around the House
My grandfather rebuilt and refurnished antique furniture, for many years. My husband decided to iron his shirt on our dining room table, antique of course. My grandfather advised: smear a thick layer of peanut butter and let set over night, in the morning wipe table clean. After doing so, the white faded out look from the heat of the iron was gone, and the table looked good as new
Been using WD 40 many years without knowing the benefits of Peanut Butter other than on toast or a Fluff Nutter Sandwich.. In a pinch, grab peanut butter. I believe it's less expensive than WD and tastes better when applying. May seem strange but I like Peanut Butter with Bologna. I believe Elvis liked a sandwich made of Bananas and Peanut Butter.
You have to be careful with giving animals peanut butter with their medicine. Some companies have added the dangerous sweetener to it. Xylitol
Some of those tips sound like they will entice rodents to go into areas you might not want them.
I'd never use peanut butter, for anything other than food, anywhere inside the house. Your hint about rubbing peanut butter on tools sounds like the mice and rats would be moving into the tool shed!
Really don't want to cut that long hair that has chewing gum stuck in it. It takes a bit of massaging the gum to get it out, but the peanut butter breaks it right down saving the little ones tears for other mishaps from future feats of exploration.
Did yah burn the beans? Well pour out the beans into an empty pot... Drain all water... pour in fresh water mix then dump water... Pour in clean water, use two tablespoons full of Peanut Butter in the clean beans... Bring to boil and add new bacon or pork drippings along with spices you normally use cook till done... Chile powder will make them taste good after you start adding seasoning too... If it doesn't work you did something wrong!!! Or just start over boiling a new batch of beans... This is better than going to the store if yah ain't got no more beans...
Thanks for the tip! I'll try it immediately, Bobby Jo.
I imagine the peanut butter fills in the scratches, as I've used it for that purpose on wooden items many times.
rub peanut butter on a damaged cd or dvd, then wipe off with a clean cloth or paper towel to remove scratches.