You'll never believe all of the ways you can use this common household ingredient.
Athlete's foot, greasy hair and oily carpet stains may seem like unrelated problems with different solutions. But it turns out that a common household ingredient can be used to battle all three issues and many more. Cornstarch, that powder you probably tuck away with other cooking ingredients, can come in handy in a host of health and cleaning situations. Its soothing quality makes it an excellent remedy for skin problems, and its moisture-absorbing power and lack of scent make it a tried-and-true deodorizer. At prices as low as $1 per box, the ingredient also makes a far less expensive alternative to store-bought products. Learn about all the ways you can use cornstarch in your everyday life.
Removing Oil Stains
While there are countless DIY stain-removal techniques, cornstarch comes in handy with one type of stain in particular: oily spills and smudges. Sprinkle the stain with some cornstarch, let it take care of absorbing some of the wetness, and then proceed with your usual cleaning technique.