7 Unusual Uses For A Hair Dryer

It probably lies somewhere in a drawer where it comes out a couple of time a week in the cold season because in summer we completely forget about it. But the hair dryer can do more than that and we will prove that, helping in various banal situations in our day to day life. So here are seven unusual uses for a hair dryer for those circumstances when you are tempted to seek help elsewhere, all coming via Instructables.com

We’ve all been through that before. Have you ever spent hours peeling of a sticker from a window or box?  You scratch it but can only get small bits of paper off. The hot hair from a hair dryer will loosen a price tag or sticker making removal super easy.  You can also use this trick to remove contact paper from shelves. Do the same with wax fallen on furniture or other surfaces.

You can also use the hair dryer to custom fit your plastic frame glasses.  Simply heat up the ends and mold them to fit our head. This works great on store bought glasses, but make sure you adjust them gently.

When you’re in a great hurry and need a just washed garment quickly, then the same device is there to help. Just hang that blouse or T-shirt over a shower rod and dry. This works fine for those at a party and who realized they spilled sauce on the clothes, but want to make a quick return on the scene.

Use a hair dryer to remove dust from hard to get to nooks and crannies in your house so you don’t have to spend an eternity cleaning them one by one.  Use this trick on carved wood work, art work, artificial flowers, bookshelves, lamps and computers.

Keep a hot compress hot by pointing your blow dryer at the towel and leaving it running while you are putting the compress on an injury.  Keep the towel wet by misting it with a spray bottle.

Crayons are made out of wax, blow dryers remove wax, thus blow dryers remove crayons. Set the hair dryer on hot and keep it on the crayon mark until it melts.  The crayon will wipe off easily with a damp cloth and a small amount of oil soap cleanser.

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