At One Crazy House, we love finding new ways to use common household products. Our posts on ways to use dryer sheets and toilet paper tube hacks went crazy, so we know that you love them, too! This time, we’ve dug up 16 cool ways to use shaving cream around the home. It’s good for everything from stain removal to art projects. Who knew?
Polish chrome fixtures with shaving cream. It stays in place because it’s nice and thick, so that’s handy if you have some tough water stains on your fixtures.
via Tampa Homebody
Get makeup stains out of your clothes. Rub a dollop of shaving cream into the stain as a pretreater before you wash.
via Harper’s Bazaar
Skin too sensitive for commercial shaving creams? Make your own shaving cream at home!
via Kids Activities Blog
Get dead skin off dry, cracked feet with a Listerine and shaving cream foot soak. Warning: It may make your foot feel very cold.
via The DIY Guinea Pig
Marble fabric by combining your favorite fabric paint with some shaving cream. Neat!
via Make It Love It
Use a similar technique to marble Easter eggs.
via Practically Functional
Get red wine stains out of your clothes. I’m not the only one who’s always spilling food and drinks on myself, right?
Make some bathtub paint for the kids. Cleanup is super easy… it comes right off!
via Kids Activities Blog
Fog-proof your car windows with shaving cream. It has a lot of the same ingredients as commercial defoggers.
via One Good Thing by Jillee
Fill balloons with shaving cream instead of water at your next party for lots of squishy fun!
via Totally the Bomb
Defog the mirrors in your bathroom with shaving cream. No more blow-drying the mirror so you can see to put your makeup on! (Click picture for video.)
Use shaving cream instead of soap to get paint off your hands. Works well on grease, too!
via DIY Home Things
Break in a new baseball glove by rubbing shaving cream into the leather. Add a baseball, squeeze it shut and let it sit overnight.
via Sandwich Ink
If you’re not afraid of the mess, make some shaving cream playdough with the kids. The texture is so cool! It’s very similar to moon sand.
via One Little Project
Make your tousled locks hold up all day with a dollop of shaving cream worked into your hair. Hey, it works in a pinch if you’re out of your favorite product!
via XO Vain
Get oily or dirty spots out of suede shoes. Rub some shaving cream into the material, let it sit for a few minutes and then remove with a damp washcloth and let dry. You may need to brush the nap back up after.
via Minding My P’s with Q