When you have shampoo that you don't like to use on your hair, there are other ways to use this product. This guide contains uses for shampoo.
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Use leftover shampoo you no longer want to use for your hair, to wash your hand wash items. You can also use liquid hair conditioners as a laundry softener to remove any static cling once your clothes are dried.
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Here are questions related to Uses for Shampoo.
I need some advice please. I have 6 large bottles of Denorex extra strength anti dandruff shampoo, purchased on a half price offer, and a moment of madness on my part! The problem is, everybody in the family hates the stuff and Ii was wondering if it can be used for other things?
I tried to use it as a bathroom cleaner and it literally peeled the skin off my hands and stung pretty badly. It must be strong stuff.
Please, any suggestions for alternative uses before I toss the whole lot away?
By cettina from Malta, Europe
How about donating them to your local homeless shelter? I am sure they could use it.
Does anyone have any ideas of what to do with old shampoo and conditioner? I hate to just throw it out.
By Des from Canaan, ME
Wool and cashmere sweater will be really soft and fluffy if you use the shampoo to wash and the conditioner in the 1st rinse.