10 ways to use your old Spirits than drinking it!

Vodka: More Than a Drink

If you've stumbled upon a bottle of spirits that's not fit for a mixed drink, reuse it as a handy household solution

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While it’s pricier than rubbing alcohol, this bar staple has the same antiseptic properties, making it a clever replacement in a pinch. Read on for spirited ways to put it to use.
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Erase Window Streaks: As an alternative to using chemical cleansers, spray glass panes with diluted vodka, then wipe them down with a lint-free cloth.
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Shine Chrome: Put an end to soap scum and hard-water spots by soaking a soft cloth in vodka and wiping it over shiny fixtures.
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Deodorize Laundry: Spritz undiluted vodka on clothes to help remove musty smells, then hang-dry them in a well-ventilated area.
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Remove Rust from Screws: Leave a weathered screw in vodka for just a few hours, then wipe to get rid of rust.
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Save your Boquet: Save your bouquet by mixing a few drops of vodka with a teaspoon of sugar to inhibit the production of ethylene, which makes flowers wilt.
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Remove Stubborn Stains: Dip a clean cloth in vodka and rub it on fabric to help take out stubborn stains caused by ink, grass, and some foods.
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Kill Weeds:
Mix 1 ounce of vodka, a few drops of liquid dish soap, and 2 cups of water in a spray bottle. Apply on a sunny day to broadleaf weeds that grow in direct sunlight; the vodka will help remove the leaves’ waxy coating, causing them to dry out.
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Clean Mold & Mildow: Rid tile and caulk of dark spots by spraying them with vodka. Let sit for up to 30 minutes, scrub with a grout brush or old toothbrush, and rinse thoroughly.
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Sooth Aching Muscles: Treat sore muscles with a pack made by pouring equal parts of vodka and water into a resealable bag and freezing it to create a super-cold slushy mix. Whether you treat yourself to a cocktail afterward is up to you!
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Stop Oders: Boots smelling ripe? Spritz the insides with diluted vodka; let dry. No more odor.

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