Heather Peters, Missouri DNR, Proposed Underground Storage Tank Rule ...Every time I’ve my eyelashes dyed, the beautician makes use of Vaseline to stop the dye operating below my eyes. It really works a treat and is well removed as soon as completed.

+ Eyebrows/hair
Use a very small amount to tame wayward eyebrows or hair. A lot and you will appear like a grease ball.

+ Make-up remover
It will also be used as an environment friendly and cheap makeup remover. Vaseline petroleum jelly takes off mascara, eye-liner, lipstick, rouge, and powders.

+ Leather
Rub it on leather goods to cease them cracking. It offers it with nutrients and a waterproof coating.

+ Lure trout
Coat small pieces of sponge with Vaseline petroleum jelly to simulate fish egg bait.

+ Prevent car battery corrosion
Smear Vaseline petroleum jelly on clear car battery terminals.

+ Repair stains, rings, and minor scratches in wood furnishings
Cover each scratch with a liberal coat of Vaseline petroleum jelly, let sit for 24 hours, rub into wood, wipe away excess, and polish as ordinary.

+ Remove chewing gum from hair
Apply Vaseline petroleum jelly and work into the hair until the gum slides off.

+ Lubricate roller skate and skateboard wheels
Smear Vaseline petroleum jelly across the cylinders on the wheels in order that they roll sooner.

+ Take away a ring stuck on a finger
Coat finger with Vaseline petroleum jelly and slide the ring off.

+ Prevent rust on outdoor equipment
Apply a generous coat of Vaseline petroleum jelly.

+ Keep away from splattered paint on windows, metal work, and floors
Before painting a room, dip a cotton bud in Vaseline petroleum jelly and run it around the edges of the glass; coat door hinges, doorknobs, lock latches; and spread a skinny coat of Vaseline petroleum jelly alongside a linoleum or tile floor (clearly not carpet) where it meets the wall. Paint smears will wipe off with a cloth.