Listerine was intended to be used for a wide variety of things when it was developed, and not just as a mouthwash.

It was developed in 1879, like a medical antiseptic intended for various uses, and it started being marketed like a mouthwash and against foul breath in the early 1970s!

Here are a few fascinating uses for Listerine:

Thoroughly cleans your displays

You can apply it to some soft fabric and use it in order to wipe away any dirt or fingertips that can be seen on the screens of your TV as well as a computer.

Eliminate fleas from your dog

Apply some of the Listerine on your dog’s skin to eliminate the fleas, as an alternative to the high priced products filled with chemicals.

Get rid of garbage odors

Soak some paper hand towels in Listerine and set them in the garbage to eliminate the actual smells and also leave a pleasant and refreshing scent.

Battle armpit bacteria and smells

You should put some of the Listerine on a little cloth and then dab your underarms in order to fight germs and keep a good and pleasant scent.

Soothes insect bites along with itchiness

Pat some Listerine around the bug bites to alleviate your itchiness. It is very helpful for poison ivy or the poison oak sting.

Cleans your toilet

Pour some of the Listerine into a bowl and work with a toothbrush to scrub your toilet clean, make it shiny white and fresh smelling.

Deal with toenail fungi

Prepare a foot bath with Listerine and soak your feet within it for around 30 minutes to treat nail fungus.

Battles dandruff

Rub some of the Listerine on your scalp, then wrap your hair in a soft towel, and then wash with normal water.

Disinfect your toothbrush

Dip the toothbrush in Listerine and let it stay for a couple of hours to safely disinfect it.

Battles acne

Use Listerine on your acne two times every day to help make your face crystal clear and gleaming again.

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Listerine was intended to be used for a wide variety of things when it was developed, and not just as a mouthwash. It was developed in 1879, like a medical antiseptic intended for various uses, and it started being marketed like a mouthwash and against foul breath in the early...