Put the balm over the teeth of the zipper to help the metal teeth run smoother and slide up and down with ease.
Small Scrapes and Cuts
Small cut on your finger or cut from shaving and no band-aid? Rub the lip balm on it and the waxy base form the balm will help stop the bleeding. Carmex is even better since it contains phenol a germ killer and acts like and antiseptic.This is only appropriate for minor cuts and scrapes…not deep wounds.
Fly Away Hair
Does your hair have some stubborn fly-aways, brow, or mustache hairs? Lip balm is wax-based and will help tame this down. Use a little bit warmed between finger tips and run through hair.
Shine Your Shoes
Dull looking shoes can be brought up to shiny and looking good in no time with a bit of lip balm. Jut rub on the shoe and wipe off with a dry cloth.
Get This Ring Off My Finger
Coat your finger with lip balm and that snug-fitting ring will slide it off smoothly.
Sticky Light Bulb
Keep a light bulb from sticking. Ever try to replace the outside entrance light and it wont budge?
Outdoor lights are exposed to elements and can get stuck in place. The next time you change out the light, coat its thread with lip balm so you can remove it with ease the next time.
Dye the Hair not the Skin
Applying lip balm around your hairline will protect and prevent the dye from staining your skin.
Nice for Nails
Rub a little lip balm into your cuticles and nails and leave for a couple of minutes to condition and soften your nails. Grab an orange stick and gently push cuticles down.
Glass Doors to Drawers
Spread some lip balm to the tracks of drawers, windows or any metal, to make them glide more easily.
With the winter months wind and snow heading your way, protect more then just your lips, protect your entire face. Rub lip balm on your face, making a thin smooth application before heading out the door or down the ski slopes.
Protect Your Car Battery
Pop the hood and put lip balm on clean car battery terminals to prevent battery corrosion.