What Will Happen If You Spray Your Bed With Alcohol?

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Alcohol can be used for many purposes such as:

  • -Deodorant Replacement

There’s no need to panic if you have forgotten your deodorant when going somewhere. If you just rub some alcohol on your armpits, you will eliminate the bacteria that causes the bad odor. If you wonder where to find alcohol, it’s there in your first aid kit. However, use it temporarily, as long exposure to alcohol can cause skin irritation.

 
  • -Remove Bed Bugs

Bed bugs can be hard to eliminate. They can sneak home with you after vacation, or after staying in someone’s home that’s not very hygienic. You can kill them with the help of rubbing alcohol. Use a spray bottle to spray some over your pillow and mattress, and do this several times to completely get rid of these nasty pets.

  • -Destroy Lice

Rubbing alcohol can help in cases of lice. Pour rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle, and add several drops of lavender oil. Focus on your scalp and hair when spraying the solution, and comb your hair to remove the dead lice.

  • -Remove Nail Polish

Common nail polish removers contain various harsh chemicals that can damage the nails. The best replacement for chemical acetone is rubbing alcohol. Although you might need more time to remove your nail polish, you will prevent them being damaged.

  • -Clean Your Skin

A lot of commercially-bought ointments and creams for acne contain benzoyl peroxide. But rubbing alcohol possesses strong anti-inflammatory and soothing effects which soothe the affected skin, prevent further acne appearance, and disinfect the existing pimples. Just apply some of it directly on the affected skin area.

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