This weekend, many people will host barbecues in parks and backyards for friends and family.
As the host of a summer party, you may discover a dozen empty beer bottles strewn around the yard the next morning. You shouldn’t just throw them away, however. Some of the uses for flat suds may surprise you. This summer, make the most of your beer supply by using these four simple tips:
» First, Get Rid Of The Spots
If you’re ever sluggish on a Monday morning and spill coffee on the rug, try cleaning it up with some old beer from the weekend. The stain may be removed by pouring some of this solution on it and blotting it with a clean cloth.
» Second, Fix The Wood
Your coffee table must be rather worn out if you still use it. If your wood furniture has lost its sheen, wipe it off with some flat beer on a clean towel.
» Make Your Hair Sparkle
It’s time to pop open a beer and have a beer shower. Beer’s vitamin B and natural sugars, it turns out, may revitalise lifeless locks while also making them more manageable. Use it as a last rinse after you’ve washed your hair with cold water to remove any remaining residue.
» Protect Yourself From Insects
Are your citronella candles not working? Put stale beer in buckets and put them in the corners of your lawn if your visitors are being eaten alive by mosquitoes. It was recently discovered that mosquitoes and other little insects like a nice, cold beer as much as humans do. Which is to say, they’ll be too preoccupied with their drinks to bother nibbling on you.
To wash down that burger, open a cold one and enjoy it the way it was meant to be enjoyed: with a cold one in your hand. Cheers! 🍻