5. Laptop or Computer Keyboards: Office goers will benefit from keeping a bottle of rubbing alcohol stashed in the desk drawer to disinfect and clean computer and laptop keyboards. Even, if you work at home, you can use it to clean the keyboard and get rid of any finger marks.
6. Disinfect Phones, Doorknobs and Other Germ-Prone Areas: Surprisingly, many areas in the house tend to become germ magnets. Simply spritz areas such as the phone or the doorknobs, TV remotes and other frequently-touched items with rubbing alcohol or wipe with a cloth dipped in the liquid.
7. Clean and Defrost Windshields: In winter, save time and effort by simply spritzing rubbing alcohol on your car’s windscreen and wiping clean to get rid of all the frost easily.
8. Clean Windows and Appliances: Use a solution of one-half cup rubbing alcohol in a liter of water to clean windows and keep them frost-free. Use a scrunched up newspaper to polish them and make them sparkle. De-grease and clean appliances, in the kitchen and family room easily by wiping them with a soft cloth dampened with rubbing alcohol. Items such as contact pins, lasers in CD and DVD players as well as tape heads can be easily cleaned with a Q-tip dipped in rubbing alcohol.
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