Listerine was actually made to be used for many different purposes, and not only to be just a mouthwash.
It was created in 1879, as a surgical antiseptic with a lot of different uses, and in the 1970s it started to be used like a mouthwash for bad breath.
Here is a list of other uses of Listerine:
1. Eliminate fleas of the dog
Avoid using products abundant with dangerous chemicals, and just rub Listerine on the skin of the dog to get rid of the fleas.
2. Kills underarm bacteria and odor
Soak a cotton ball or cloth in Listerine and put it on your underarms to eliminate bad odor and kill the bacteria.
3. Clean the toilet
It can also be uses as toilet cleaner, just put some Listerine in a bowl and scrub the toilet with a toothbrush. The toilet will look whiter and have a fresh smell.
4. Eliminate dandruff
If you have dandruff, all you need to do is apply Listerine on your scalp and rub it nicely, and leave it some time, wrapped in a towel. After that just wash with water.
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