10 Clever Uses for Coca Cola

Personally, I’m not a fan of Coca Cola…it’s a little too sugary for me…but my stove sure likes it, and I’m sure yours will, too!  If you find yourself stocked with bottles of the bubbles, don’t fret!  There’s plenty of ways to put this sugary sensation to work for you.

Good to the last drop!

Pour a can of Coca Cola in your toilet and let it sit for at least one hour.  The Coke will rinse right off your toilet and take the stains with it.

I don’t know about you, but I’m notorious for getting stains on my white stove.  I use a can of Coca Cola to scrub off stains and make my stove sparkle!  Just use it as you would any other cleaner.

Do you have any stubborn or rusty screws?  Pour some Coca Cola on the bolt and let it sit for a few minutes before unscrewing it.  Kind of makes you wonder what it actually does to your teeth, huh?

Coca Cola makes great additions to cakes, meat marinades, and sauces.  It works best with chocolate cake and glazing hams.

Supposedly Coca Cola works great to remove gum from your hair.  The chemicals in the Coke loosen the gum and make it easier to pull out.

Tis the season for garage sales…and Coca Cola will work wonders on those burnt pans.  Let them soak in the Coke and rinse them off.  Mark them up an extra $1.00 to cover the cost of the can!

Turn your documents and photos sepia by letting them soak in Coca Cola for a few minutes.  Pat with tissues and let them dry.

Coca Cola can also work wonders in the garage.  Use it to clean up oil spills, remove stains from your car, and clean up your battery.  Make sure you do some research on this before you pour Coke on your car, though.

Adding Coke to your laundry cycle can help remove nasty smells from your clothes, fish especially.

I’ve heard that rubbing Coca Cola on your skin before going out to tan will ensure that you’ll get the best tan of your life.  Sounds more like a bee trap to me…

Knowledge is power!  Learn fun facts, hints and tips, and creative ways to use every day items with “The Buzz” posts on Thursday.

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