▉It is not possible to deny that milk is very beneficial to human health. But you do not use it other than drinking it? If yes, you may be unfamiliar with some of the best homemade recipes for this beverage, which makes it great in every respect.
▉Get rid of insect bites
Combine milk, salt and water to make a paste and use them for various insect bites, using this paste on the affected area eliminates redness and itching.
▉Shine silver pots
Milk is helpful in the case of the silverware becoming dull, add one teaspoon vinegar to a cup and then fill it with milk. Pour this milk on your silverware and leave it for half an hour, then wash with warm water with soap. Finally clean the dishes with soft cloth they will start to shine like new.
▉Make bad leather shows new
Soak a cloth in milk and gently wipe the shoes with it to make your favorite Aging Leather Shoes look new again. Let the milk dry and then rinse it off with another soft cloth. You will be amazed to see its dilapidated and missing traces.
▉Repair of sugar dishes
If your sugar dishes have weakened over time or the cracks have become noticeable, you can fix these minor cracks with milk. Fill a pot with fresh or powdered milk and place the plates on the stove to boil it, let the milk boil for 40 to 45 minutes on a slow flame, after which remove the plate, you will see. That the cracks on it have disappeared.
▉Take off the makeup
Soak some amount of cotton in almond milk and rub it on your face and clean the mac, this process will result in skin waxing.
▉Make shaving cream
Milk also proved to be the best alternative to shaving cream because of the cream contained in it, while also comforting the skin which is beneficial for people who have itching after shaving. Make a paste by mixing water and milk and then use it when needed.
If your skin is slightly irritated, apply a cloth soaked in milk for 15 minutes, or soak the wound on your hands or feet for 15 minutes in a sink. Repeat this process several times for a few hours to allow for wound healing and pain. The high fat and protein in milk accelerates the skin’s healing process, resulting in the skin becoming colder, causing the wound to heal faster.