Did you know that hairspray does so much more than just set your hair? I have a few ways I have used hairspray that I would love to share with you.
Preserve Artwork & Recipe Cards
Spray some hairspray onto your artwork and recipe cards to preserve them.
Thread A Needle Easier
Spray a little hairspray on the end of the thread and let it dry.
It’ll make it much easier to push through the hole on a needle.
Remove Ink Stains
Spray a little hairspray onto the ink stain.
Blot with a damp cloth.
Repeat spray & blot until the ink is gone.
Decorate A Recycled Jar
Pour hairspray into a recycled jar.
Twist the jar so that the hairspray coats the entire inside of the jar. Dump out the hairspray when your done coating.
Pour glitter into the jar and twist the jar making sure the glitter sticks to the hairspray inside. Dump out the extra glitter and let it dry completely.
Use it around your home to hold things like make up brushes, pens, or turn it into a beautiful candle holder.
Remove Pet Hair
Spray hairspray onto a rubber glove.
Wipe the fabric with the pet hair with your glove.
The hair will stick to the hairspray on the glove. Rinse your glove off and repeat the process.
Spray your flowers with hairspray and let them dry out. The hairspray helps them last longer and then as the flowers dry helps preserve them.
These are flowers from my bouquet that I sprayed, let dry, and made this display. They still look colorful and great 21 years later 🙂
Static Stopper, Prevent Runs On Pantyhose, Help Make Up Last, and Dry fingernail Polish faster!
Got static? Spray it with a little hairspray and it’ll go away.
Spray your pantyhose and it’ll help prevent runs.
A stage secret – spray your make up lightly after you’ve put it on and it’ll last longer.
After painting your nails, spray it with a little hairspray and it’ll dry faster.
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