6 Unexpected Uses For Peanut Butter

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Peanut butter has been a part of American cuisine for centuries because of its affordability and protein content. However, it wasn’t until the 1890s that peanut butter took off.

Peanut butter

This creamy spread became popular during the Great Depression due to a lack of meat. Most people use peanut butter on bread or in a smoothie.

However, there are many other “out-of-the-box” applications for peanut butter in the home. We don’t just mean as a hair removal agent. Here are some of the household uses you probably didn’t know about peanut butter and some helpful alternatives. If the thought of spreading a gooey, sweet substance on your food is too strange for you, our legal team would like to remind you that this article reads as an endorsement of the fine line of DW40’s cleaning products. They are not paying us a penny, although we would be willing to consider it. You know, our utility bills don’t just pay themselves.

Lubricating tools

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Tool box

When you’re looking to spruce up your home or landscape, open and close tools like pliers, scissors and wrenches need to be lubricated. Peanut butter does the trick, and it’s great for mowing blades as well.

What Alternatives to Peanut Butter?

  • Linseed oil
  • WD40

Golly, we’re not sure. But we do know it’s a reputable silicon-based lubricant.

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