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12 Handy Uses for Rubbing Alcohol

by Yumi Sakugawa
If rubbing alcohol is commonly used to treat minor scrapes and disinfect surgical instruments in hospitals, then you might as well use its medicinal qualities to also disinfect your cell phone and mix with aloe vera gel to make your very own DIY hand sanitizer. Other surprisingly practical uses for ...
Olivia Nichole
Olivia Nichole • 2 years ago

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