14 Ways To Use Peanut Butter We Bet You Never Knew Existed


There’s little things more comforting than a cup of coffee and some peanut butter on toast. Old or young, human or dog, if there’s one thing we can all agree on it’s our love for this nutty, protein-packed treat.

It’s a safe bet that peanut butter, as popular and useful as it as food-wise, is in almost every house.

In addition to the obvious intended use as a snack, peanut butter’s got an oily, versatile property that makes it incredibly useful in a number of different ways around the house. See how with the tips below!


Did you know peanut butter is good for more than just sandwiches? Here’s a list of twenty surprising uses for peanut butter. Make sure you pick up a big jar next time you’re at the store! By the way, if you have a peanut allergy, most of these methods will work with a replacement. Try sunflower seed butter, because it’s usually the natural oils doing all the work. glue off hands

It’s no secret that soap and water isn’t that effective when cleaning glue off hands and we know that gluey hands after a crafty session is enough to want to peel your skin off. Ouch! Luckily the oils found in peanut butter do a good job with getting the glue off. Rub onto hands and then rinse with water. Voila!

3. Moisturize Dry Summer Hair

Once you get past the “ick” factor, peanut butter can work miracles on dry and damaged hair! All you need to do is take a handful of peanut butter and rub it directly into your scalp. Doing this will infuse the peanut butter’s natural oils into your hair and you’ll be left with goddess-like tresses! Be sure to follow with your regular shampoo after rinsing out the peanut butter.

4.Mouse trap bait

What do you put at the end of a mouse trap? Cheese, right? Because mice love cheese! Wrong. That’s what cartoons have made you believe, but, in reality, mice aren’t big fans of cheese. They do, however, love peanut butter. (Can you blame them?) Put a big spoonful at the end of a humane mousetrap, and you’ll get them out of your house in no time!

5.Shaving cream

If you’re all out of shaving cream, never fear! Smear on a thin layer of smooth peanut butter and shave as you normally would. The oils in the peanut butter keep the razor from nicking your face or legs, and also acts as a moisturizer!

6.Squeaky doors

Squeaky doors can be really irritating! Silence them by rubbing a little peanut butter on the culprit hinge and all will be well again.