Shaving Cream Hacks To Help Your Home!

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There are a lot of shaving cream hacks out there, and I have put some of those to the test and some I tried on my own. Here are the results of the shaving cream challenge!

 Stainless Steel Appliances - It is said you can clean them with shaving cream.  I put this to the test...

I cleaned my microwave, my dishwasher, and my oven surface with shaving cream.
I learned not all stainless steel appliances are created equally.  While it cleaned my oven and microwave well with no trouble.  My dishwasher was a different story. 
 It did indeed clean it up nicely, but I was left with some streaks.  What that meant is that my dishwasher stainless steel just needed an additional step which was to moisturize it with some olive oil - perfect after that!
It works great to clean your glass and tile back splashes.
It also works great to clean your glass cook top, it would also work well on a range.
Got a squeaky door?  Spray on a little shaving cream, rub in, move the door a bit, and the squeak is gone!
Put a little bit on your jewelry, rub it with a toothbrush, rinse it off and your rings will sparkle.
Use it in your bathroom to clean your shower doors and tile.  It works like scrubbing bubbles.
Use it in your car to defog and clean your windows.  This also works on any glass.
Use it to clean upholstery in your car.  Cleans spots, and just wipes up the seats in general.  Spray it on and wipe up with a damp cloth.  This will also work on suede couches!
It works great as a spot cleaner.  Spray a little shaving cream onto the spot.  Rub it in with a damp cloth or sponge.  Let dry over night.  The next day vacuum over the spot and it'll be gone!  If you have a tough spot you have have to repeat the steps a few times.  
Use it to shine your chrome and brass faucets on your sinks, showers, and tubs.
Use it to clean and defog your mirrors.
Got paint on your hands, use some shaving cream to get it off.  Simply rub your hands together with the shaving cream, wipe off with a cloth, and it'll be gone.

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Suggested materials:

  • Shaving Cream   (Dollar Tree or Walmart)

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  • Kim Kim on Nov 17, 2019

    Must it a plain cream, or can you use aerosol foam shave cream?

  • Jennifer Jennifer on Dec 26, 2019

    Which is better men's or women's shaving cream?

  • Pam Parker Pam Parker on Feb 24, 2020

    Can u use shaving cream on yourcabinets

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  • E95656 E95656 on Oct 05, 2020

    Great tips. Thanks!

  • Gail Gail on Oct 05, 2020

    Oh the memories you brought back. I had forgotten. AS a Kindergarten teacher 44 years ago (34 kids I might add) we would have the kids clean the desk tops with shaving cream. It made the room smell good and the kids loved it. We used the white cheap stuff. This was before a parent would have sued us for exposing their baby to something or making them clean up after themselves. Back that far I think everyone used the same cream (men, women, or politically correct word). No one had sensitive skin back then.

    I'm going to put it on my list and get some today! I had forgotten how well it worked.

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