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When you find something that’s life-changing, you want to share it with the world. That’s what happened when I discovered Fels Naptha. This little bar of soap will change your life. It’s so inexpensive, and you can use it for so many things. Check out these uses for Fels Naptha that are life-changing.
17 Uses for Fels Naptha That Will Change Your Life
#1. Treat cold sores – As weird as it sounds, you can treat cold sores with Fels Naptha by washing the area with the soap. Yup, it’s that simple!
#2. Bug repellant – Bugs can be annoying when they’re in your home. Cut up chunks of the Fels Naptha and place it around your home. You may be surprised as to how quickly those bugs are repelled.
#3. Use Fels Naptha as a scent – When you have a stinky area in your home, like the trash can, use Fels Naptha as a scent guard. It will help keep away the stinky smell out of your house!
#4. Make your own laundry detergent – You may already know that Fels Naptha is popular to use in laundry detergent. It helps to get your laundry super clean. I shared my DIY Laundry Soap recipe.
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#5. Whitening whites – People have used Fels Naptha for many years to whiten their whites. You will want to soak the Fels Naptha in hot water, along with the whites.
#6. Use as an insecticide – Mix Fels Naptha with hot water and put in a spray bottle. Spray your plants with this mixture.
#7. Get out stains – Need a great stain remover? Soak those stains in Fels Naptha. You can get out baby stains, chocolate, it can even get wine out.
#8. Repel rodents – For some reason, those mice do not like Fels Naptha. Just cut up into chunks and put around areas in which the rodents hang out.
#9. Remove grease – Are your hands or clothes full of grease? Wash your hands with Fels Naptha. You can soak your grease-stained clothes in Fels Naptha.
#10. Clean your carpets – Stains on your carpet can be a real downer. That’s where you use Fels Naptha. This magic bar can be used to get those stains out of your carpet. You will want to grate it and mix it with hot water. Scrub with a scrub brush or use in your carpet cleaner for great results.
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#11. Washing your face – Nothing is more annoying than acne on the face. You can help eliminate acne by washing your face with Fels Naptha. It will dry out the acne and help you get some relief.
#12. Lice prevention – Instead of waiting to get lice, prevent it with Fels Naptha. You can wash your hair with it. However, it if gets in your eyes that can be painful. Make sure you proceed with caution.
#13. Get rid of those sticky labels – When you’re washing a cup and there is a sticky residue left behind, you can use Fels Naptha to get it off. Use the Fels Naptha bar and rub it on the sticker, soak in hot water, and repeat.
#14. Get rid of squeaky sounds – Have a squeaky door or hinge somewhere in your house? This is another one of these great uses for Fels Naptha. Simply rub the bar on the squeaky part and let the Fels Naptha work its magic.
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#15. Clean between grout – Make a Fels Naptha and hot water mixture to scrub the grout in your home. Watch it turn from brown to white quickly.
#16. Mildew in the shower – Nothing is worse than mold and mildew, use your Fels Naptha/hot water spray mixture to deep clean your shower.
#17. Deal with poison ivy – Whether you have poison ivy on your clothes or your skin, you can use Fels Naptha to help get rid of poison ivy for good.
Keep in mind that some uses for Fels Naptha soap can be a skin irritant, so you don’t want to use it too much!
I am a Wife, mom to 4 kids, homeschool mom, blogger, social media junkie, Frugalista, Book Worm, and Closet Want-to-be Chef. We are a Roadschool family (homeschooling on the road while traveling fulltime).
I grew up learning ways to save from my mom and grandma. I started my own coupon journey when my first child was born in 2009 and started the blog on 2010 when baby #2 was born to share my tips with everyone who kept asking about how I was getting diapers for $1 a pack!
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