Putting vodka in your shampoo will help to reduce residue buildup, help to clean your hair more thoroughly, and stimulate growth. Put 1 tablespoon of vodka into your bottle of shampoo and you might be thrilled with your results!
In episode 68 of MythBusters, the guys declared that vodka could actually help heal a jellyfish sting almost as much as the other warm-water-based solutions. We don’t recommend you go try this yourself, but if you’re ever caught in the waves with a jelly, make sure you brought a little vodka to the beach.
This Old House reported that mixing 1 ounce of vodka, a few drops of liquid dish soap, and 2 cups of water in a spray bottle will remove a weed’s waxy coating, and dry them out.
Vodka contains alcohol, which is an astringent. By adding a little vodka to your nightly face wash, you could drastically reduce your pores.
According to Christopher Kimball of Cooks Illustrated, the secret ingredient to make your pie crust flaky is vodka!
According to Reader’s Digest, a few drops of vodka will clean any kind of glass or jewelry with crystalline gemstones. The alcohol in vodka is great for disintegrating dirt and cleaning crevices of diamonds and gems.
Vodka disinfects and doesn’t leave an odor. Spraying vodka on clothing and hanging it in the open air is a quick fix when you don’t have time to do a whole load of laundry.
Vodka that is not flavored or sugar-based is a great way to repel insects when it’s added to a spray bottle with plants like aloe vera, basil, and lavender. This is also nontoxic, so applying it to dogs and children is safe!
If you spray vodka on your caulking or larger areas of mold, the alcohol in the vodka will loosen the spores and allow you to clean the mold away easily!