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10 Things You Can Do With Coca-Cola You Probably Didn’t Know

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Coca-Cola has been around for over 100 years, since 1886. It was first used as medicine and was claimed to cure many ailments, including impotence. Through the years, Coca-Cola has become the most popular soft drink in the world, but, did you know it has other uses besides refreshing us on a hot day?

1) Defrosting A Windshield

Coke poured on a windshield

Tired of scraping off that pesky ice from your windshield during winter? Simply pour a can of Regular Coke over it and wait. You’ll be amazed!

2) Jellyfish Sting

Jellyfish swimming

Have you ever heard that the only way to soothe a jellyfish sting is to pee on it? This is not only gross, but untrue. Instead, pour some Coca-Cola over the sting. The relief will be almost instantaneous.

 

3) Window Cleaner

Windows Being Cleaned

Coca-Cola contains citric acid, which makes it the perfect glass and window cleaner. No more harsh chemicals, just pour Coke over your windows and wipe them down with a moistened cloth.

 

4) Car Battery Terminals

Car Battery

The crud that accumulates around the terminals of your car battery can be removed by pouring Coke over them, letting it sit for a few minutes, and then hosing off the residue. For extra hard spots, simply use a sponge to rub off the gunk.

 

5) Pesticide

Bug crawling on ground.

If you find your garden overrun by slugs and other bugs during the Spring and Summer months, pour some Coke into small containers and set them out in your yard. The sugar will attract the bugs and the acid in the Coke will kill them. This works on roaches too.

 

6) Skunk Smell

Two Skunks spraying

Once in a while you may find that you, or your pet, came too close to a skunk and got sprayed. Using tomato juice might be effective but it’s messy and hard to clean. Instead, pour Coke all over yourself or your pet while in the shower, make sure to use a lot, so all areas are covered. Wait for a few minutes and then rinse off. You will smell fresh and clean once you’re done, and so will your pet.

 

7) Cleaning Toilets

Toilet with seat open

To remove those ugly stains, simply pour Regular Coke into your toilet bowl over the dirty areas and wait for 10 minutes. The acid in the Coke will break up even the most difficult stains.

 

8) Fish Smell

Pile of clothes on bed

The boys went fishing and now their clothing smells so bad you want to throw it out? Salvage stinky clothing by pouring some Coke on your laundry during the wash cycle.

 

9) Hair Curling

Coca-Cola Helps Curl Hair

For perfect curls, even if your hair is straight, leave an open can of Coke out overnight. Then pour it over your long hair and let it sit for a few minutes. Rinse thoroughly.

 

10) Soothe Your Dog’s Paws

Dog Paw lifted in air

When your pet’s paw pads become worn, they can cause your dog a lot of pain. When you notice them getting worn and shiny, soak your pet’s paws in glass bottle Coca-Cola for about 20 minutes. This will help soothe and heal your pet’s tired feet.

 

Source: ChaCha

 

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7 comments

  1. Great concept but seems it means coca-cola is harmful to the health

  2. Everything is very open with a really clear explanation of the challenges.
    It was really informative. Your site is very useful.
    Many thanks for sharing!

  3. I had no idea,if coke does all dis on d outside wat does it do in d inside….i wonda

  4. wow I never knew Mr. Coke is a workaholic… if a drink can perform all dis functions den I strongly believe Mr. Coke won’t b friendly wit our body…..

  5. that means cook is bad to the human system, if it is capable of doing all this

  6. Its no longer a news d harmful condition of coke to human health. Na only pepsi I d drink now as I love to take cola.

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