Almost every household has some oral hygiene rinse on hand at any time. Its most common use is to keep your breath clean and your mouth free of different kinds of bacteria and fungi. What if we told you it could do more? As it turns out, there might be quite a few other usages for your breath freshener that you may not know about. This standard dental hygiene product’s antimicrobial and antifungal elements could help eliminate odors and germs in different house areas. But before we get into its many other uses, you should remember that although some people may have tested these hacks out for themselves, we do not advise you do the same. If you try them out, do so at your own risk. That being said, if you are looking for budget-friendly replacements for some cleaning products, or if you have run out of deodorant or aftershave, you may benefit from this article’s advice. Here is a compilation of practical hacks to get the most out of your mouthwash!
Deodorize your feet
Taking off your shoes after a long workday can be the best feeling in the world. But having smelly feet can ruin the whole experience. Bacteria are usually the ones to blame for this. The same rinses you use for your mouth could help address the root of the problem. Their disinfectant action will eliminate the germs that make your feet smell not-so-great.
Do not try to cover the stink up with creams or perfumes! Tackle the actual cause of the problem with this hack. Fill up a basin with warm water and pour a little bit of your favorite dental hygiene wash into it. Then soak your feet for about half an hour to kill off the bacteria and banish any nasty smells.