11 Incredibly Useful Hacks For Peanut Butter

This article originally appeared and was published on AOL.com

No matter if you’re more of a crunchy versus creamy person, store it in the pantry or the fridge, eat it plain or on a sandwich, there’s no denying that peanut butter is the miracle of all foods.

But it’s not just for eating though. Peanut butter is actually much more versatile than being the chosen dip for your Oreo. You can use peanut butter, like Jif, for anything from repairing wood floors to getting that stubborn stain out of your couch. It also has quite the plethora of beauty benefits, too, as a moisturizing shaving cream or a conditioning, homemade hair mask.

Check out below to see all of peanut butter’s unusual uses. You’ll want to opt for a bigger jar next time you head to the grocery store, trust us!

1. Shaving

The oils in peanut butter are really good for your skin. If you find yourself out of shaving gel, just slab some on and get shaving. Plus, it won’t ruin your razor.

2. Cleaning leather

Use peanut butter to remove stains and scratches on leather. Using a quarter-sized dollop, apply the peanut butter to the stain and scrub with a buffing washcloth or dry sponge. It works well on clothes, bags, shoes, furniture and more!

3. Removing gum from hair and other surfaces

You’re probably already aware of this age-old trick. Rub the gum with peanut butter and voila, you’re free!

4. Removing scratches from CDs and DVDs

If you notice your favorite DVD freezing or skipping over scenes, just dab a bit of peanut butter on it and wipe away with a dried cloth. It’ll be as good as new!

5. Rid yourself of annoying squeaks

Squeaky door or restless wood floor? It’s nothing that a little bit of peanut butter can’t fix. Add a little bit to a rusty hinge or a floorboard and you’re good to go!

6. Rid yourself of unwavering price stickers

It’s the most frustrating thing when you come home with a new bowl or vase, only to find a stubborn price tag at the bottom. There’s no point in fretting — start peeling just the slightest bit and then add some peanut butter to get rid of the sticky residue and paper remnants.

7. Salvage scratched wood

Whether you notice a roughed-up door or drawer or floorboard, peanut butter can actually help mask its scratches. Use peanut butter to smooth it out and wipe it away with a washcloth — then it’ll be almost invisible!

8. Sealant for ice cream cone

If you haven’t heard this one before, it’ll change your life! Add a dime-sized bit to the bottom of the cone — and you can forget about unwanted drips and messes for life!

9. Remove odors

If you have a pan or cutting board that perpetually smells like onions, peanut butter can be the ultimate hack. Scrub with some peanut butter and let it soak and it’ll smell as fresh as new!

10. Distribute medicine

If you’re having trouble getting your child to take their vitamins, or your pup to take their medication, mask it with peanut butter. Disguise the taste with the pill inside a tablespoon of the butter.

11. Moisturize your hair

If it’s good enough to eat, it’s good enough to put in your hair. Make a homemade peanut butter mask and let it soak on your scalp for 15 minutes for shiny locks!

More from Aol.com:

Melania Trump heads back to D.C. in coziest, yet chicest, way
Women have started eating McDonald’s french fries to boost fertility after sex
Meghan Markle’s ‘Audrey brows’ is the new trend you need in your life