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20 Wacky Uses for
Johnson’s® Baby Shampoo

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  1. Shampoo a lion’s mane. Before a movie shoot or commercial production, the owner of a lion shampoos the animal’s mane with Johnson’s Baby Shampoo to make it look clean, natural, and fluffy.
  2. Wash dishes. If you run out of dishwashing soap, wash your dishes in the kitchen sink with Johnson’s Baby Shampoo.
  3. Clean grease stains from delicates. Rub a few drops of Johnson’s Baby Shampoo into the stain, soak in warm water for ten minutes, and rinse clean.
  4. Shampoo your dog. Use Johnson’s Baby Shampoo and then rinse clean. The fragrant baby shampoo leaves your pet smelling fresh and it won’t hurt your pet’s eyes.
  5. Clean blue spots resulting from liquid fabric softener from clothes. Wet the garment, rub a few drops of Johnson’s Baby Shampoo into the spot, and launder as usual.
  6. Remove water-proof eye makeup without any tears. Apply a few drops of Johnson’s Baby Shampoo on a cotton ball and wipe your eyelids clean—without any tears.
  7. Shampoo carpets. Use a capful of Johnson’s Baby Shampoo in your carpet shampooer to clean carpet, simultaneously scenting your home with baby freshness.
  8. Clean water-soluble hair dye from carpet and washable fabrics. Blot up as much of the hair dye as possible, wet the stain with water, and rub in a few drops of Johnson’s Baby Shampoo. Blot, rinse, and blot. Repeat if necessary.
  9. Wash your car. Add two capfuls of Johnson’s Baby Shampoo to a bucket of water and soap up your car with the gentle suds.
  10. Clean a baseball cap. In a bucket, dissolve one capful of Johnson’s Baby Shampoo with a gallon of cool water, submerge the cap in the soapy solution, and using a nylon brush, gently scrub the baseball cap. Rinse clean and let dry.
  11. Wash clothes. If you’re all out of regular detergent, use one capful of Johnson’s Baby Shampoo in your regular wash cycle. The baby shampoo gets clothes just as clean as Tide or Cheer, and makes clothes smell fresh.
  12. Clean hairspray build-up from a curling iron. Use a damp, soft clean cloth to rub a few drops of Johnson’s Baby Shampoo on a cool, unplugged curling iron. Rinse clean and dry.
  13. Remove ring-around-the-collar. Rub a few drops of Johnson’s Baby Shampoo into ring-around-the-collar stains, using a clean, old toothbrush if necessary, and then launder the garment as usual.
  14. Hand wash panty hose. Mix one teaspoon Johnson’s Baby Shampoo to a sink filled with warm water, let the panty hose soak in the sudsy solution for five minutes, rinse clean without wringing the panty hose, and hang to drip dry.
  15. Clean lipstick stains from clothes. Rub a few drops of Johnson’s Baby Shampoo into the lipstick stain, and then launder the garment as usual.
  16. Make an exfoliating facial wash. Mix one-quarter cup sugar, one teaspoon Johnson’s Baby Shampoo, and one-quarter cup water. Rub the gritty paste over your face and then wash with warm water, followed by cold water.
  17. Clean excessive dirt and grime from needlework. Wash in a sink full of water mixed with one teaspoon of Johnson’s Baby Shampoo. Rinse and let air dry.
  18. Launder sweaters. Put a Johnson’s Baby Shampoo in the water to launder sweaters so they dry feeling soft and smelling clean.
  19. Clean a fleece-lined jacket. Dust the fleece with Johnson’s Baby Powder and let sit overnight. The next morning, brush out the powder. The baby powder absorbs grease and grime, and leaves the fleece smelling baby soft.
  20. Hand wash lingerie. Mix one teaspoon Johnson’s Baby Shampoo to a sink filled with warm water, let the lingerie soak in the sudsy solution for five minutes, and rinse clean without wringing the items. Lay the lingerie on a white towel, roll up the towel to absorb excess moisture, and then hang up the lingerie to drip dry.
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