Everybody knows of aspirin as a pain reliever, and it certainly relieves pain. However, aspirin is also a pretty handy item to keep around the house, as it has lots of other uses that don’t relate to getting rid of that headache. Here are 10 out-of-the-bottle uses for aspirin tablets.
1. Patch a Hole in the Wall
No kidding! If you have a little hole in the wall and don’t have sparkle handy (or don’t wan to buy a batch of it for a little nail hole), head to your medicine cabinet. Take a couple of aspirin and crush them up, then add a couple drops of water to form a paste. You can cover the hole with this paste, and it forms a pretty strong patch as it dries.