Rub petroleum jelly around the neck of a new bottle of nail polish to keep the cap from sticking.
Dab a very thin layer of petroleum jelly over the spot where you plan to apply perfume. Since perfume reacts to oils, the scent will linger much longer.
Source: Make Life Easier tip book
By sooz from Toronto, ON
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Put a little petroleum jelly on the side of a candle holder before you put the candle in. The remaining candle will be easier to remove once the candle has burned.
I either put petroleum jelly in the bottom of the candle holder or spray a bit of Pam before adding candle. Works great for removing used up candle. (04/30/2010)