Used tea bags - who knew?

Used tea bags - who knew?
According to a series about saving money used tea bags have become popular.

The bags seems to have almost magical abilities. They can eg be used against skin irritation after mosquito bites or scratches.

But the discarded bag is also good for removing moisture and smell from shoes, just remember that the bag must be dried out first.

And if you place some pieces in the sink with dirty dishes, they can help to loosen old and rock hard leftovers, which are otherwise difficult to get off.

Finally, the tea bag is suppose to be effective against rodents, but it's best to use a tea bag with peppermint flavor. According to the lady who tells about the tea bags, mice and other rodents apparently can not stand the smell of peppermint.

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