Also ammonia gets those pesky bleach stains out!
@YourProudFather, and I though Hitler was evil
@FullMetalAlcoholist, he can't have been that bad, he killed Hitler.
@YourProudFather, how to commit a war crime against yourself 101
@YourProudFather, for those who haven't caught on yet, if I remember correctly, if you mix ammonia and bleach, you get chlorine or mustard gas, I can't remember which.
@PsychedelicCow, pretty sure it’s mustard gas. Which, for the uneducated, is not a spicy poof of air to put on your sandwich. It will kill you. Horribly.
@Grybo, it's what the Germans used in WWI
@YourProudFather, you’re like Hitler, but even Hitler cared about Germany, or something
@Grybo, which is crazy because those r 2 things that most ppl have around the house and they can easily get mixed up while cleaning so I’m surprised more ppl haven’t made that mistake
Fvckin bullshjt. I tried to use berries to scrub the boiling water off of my shirt, but all it did was burn the berries.
What about semen stains? Asking for a friend
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, ask the navy
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, cums out with saliva
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, virgin tears
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, in all honesty, hydrogen peroxide
I clean my bathroom mirror with shaving cream or tooth paste (depends which I have more of) and it keeps it from getting foggy for about a week.
@MetalHeadTony, Does that work on glasses as well?
@Professor Rokferbranes, I’ve never used it on regular glass but I use it on my firefighting mask and it works great in there. If you are asking about using it in a car I would do a back door first just to see if it looks streaky or something.
@MetalHeadTony, I was originally referring to eyeglasses, but I appreciate the response nevertheless. Might try it on the face shield I use for work when I get the chance.
@Professor Rokferbranes, I have actually used this on safety glasses (high end ones not cheap dollar store ones) and it works just as good on them too.
@Professor Rokferbranes, and goggles and safety glasses too and vehicle windows. Shaving "gel" not cream
@MetalHeadTony, how do you get shaving cream to work when it's the gel that has the chemical to repel?
@Blackfrost273, idk, it just has always worked for me. In hindsight I use gels more but I never noticed a difference in the two. Thanks for the heads up though, I’ll start using gels only.
@MetalHeadTony, that is really interesting...of the four people I watch they all unanimously said cream won't work at all. That's interesting.
@Blackfrost273, I’ll do a test
Great now I have grease and soda stains on my shirt
Where’s the funny?
@Landrover, Oh you member? I member!
Leave a clean crime scene where they can’t figure out who did it
You can use your own spit to get blood stains out, only if it's your own blood though.