Repulse deer. Cut off the leg from a pair of clean, old L’eggs Sheer Energy Panty Hose, slip a bar of Irish Spring Soap into the foot, and tie the free end of hte panty hose leg to a fence post or tree branch. Deer mistake the smell of deodorant soap for humans, and flee.
Freshen the air in your car. Place a wrapped bar of Irish Spring Soap under the front seat.
Lubricate zippers. Rub the teeth of the zipper with a bar of Irish Spring Soap to make the zipper glide easier.
Prevent campfire soot from sticking to the bottom of pots and pans. Thinly coat the bottoms of pots and pans with Irish Spring Soap before putting them over an open fire.
Prevent musty suitcases. Place a wrapped bar of Irish Spring Soap inside empty luggage before storing.
Deodorize shoes or sneakers. Place a bar of Irish Spring Soap in your shoes or sneakers overnight so they’ll smell great in the morning.
Stop insect bites from itching. Apply wet Irish Spring Soap to the bite. When the soap dries, the skin will feel anesthetized.
Eliminate odors in dirty laundry. Place a bar of Irish Spring Soap at the bottom of a laundry bag or hamper.
Lubricate furniture drawers and windows. Rub Irish Spring Soap on the casters of drawers and windows so they slide open and shut easily.
Make a pin cushion. Using a bar of Irish Spring Soap as a pin cushion makes needles glide through fabric.
Freshen the air in your drawers or closets. Place a bar of Irish Spring Soap in dresser drawers or the linen closet to keep them smelling fresh.
Lubricate a handsaw blade. Rub a bar of Irish Spring Soap across the sides and teeth of the saw to help the blade glide through wood.
Fix small holes in walls. Rub a bar of Irish Spring Soap over the hole until it looks flat and even, then paint.
Lubricate nails and screws. Nails and screws rubbed with Irish Spring Soap will go in easier.