11 Uses for Vodka – Other Than Drinking
Who says vodka is just for drinking? Did you know adding vodka to your pie crust recipe instead of 100% water will make a perfectly tender, flaky crust? And, if you’re Patty Dee, vodka makes a great bubble bath.
This Old House, a website that provides expert advice on home improvement, tools and products, put together a list of uses for vodka, other than making a Cosmopolitan.
An alternate to using chemical cleaners. Just spray your windows with diluted vodka and wipe with a lint-free cloth for a streak-free shine.
Again, no streaks or hard water spots here, just soak a cloth in vodka and wipe on chrome fixtures.
Yes, just a spritz of vodka (not diluted) will remove odors, then hang laundry to dry in a well-ventilated area.
Soak rusty screws in vodka for a few hours, wipe clean.
Preserve Cut Flowers
A few drops of vodka, plus a teaspoon of sugar will keep flowers from wilting.
Remove upholstery stains by dipping a cloth in vodka and rubbing it on fabric.
Mix one ounce of vodka, 2 cups of water and a few drops of liquid dish soap in a spray bottle. Spritz on weeds.
Mold and Mildew Cleaner
Spray tile and caulk with vodka, allow it to sit for 30 minutes, then scrub with a toothbrush and rinse.
Mix equal parts vodka and water in a ziplock bag and freeze.
Spray diluted vodka in smelly shoes
And, now the 100% foolproof pie crust recipe with the 80-proof secret ingredient (See Recipe Below)