1、Cleaning tiles and grouting
Magnesium Sulfate has a rough texture and is therefore a very good choice for cleaning tiles and grouting. Add some Magnesium Sulfate to the detergent, dissolve the tiles after melting for a few minutes, and the decontamination effect is very obvious.
Whether it is a frying pan or a baking pan, scorching often occurs during cooking, which is generally difficult to clean. However, this problem can be easily solved with a mixture of detergent and magnesium sulfate.
3、Washing feet and exfoliating
In fact, not only wash your feet, you can remove keratin from any part of your body with magnesium sulfate. When used, mix magnesium sulfate with coconut oil to remove keratin and soften skin.
4、Shaping a big wavy hairstyle
This is more practical for women. Mixing magnesium sulfate with aloe vera juice gel can create a big wavy hairstyle and add some almond oil to moisturize the hair.
Magnesium sulfate is mainly composed of sulfate and magnesium. Magnesium is equivalent to organic fertilizer for flowers and vegetables, and promotes seed germination and chlorophyll production.
If the soil contains more magnesium, it will help the plants absorb more nutrients such as phosphorus and alfalfa from the soil. Before planting the plant in the spring, add some magnesium sulfate to the soil, and wait for the harvest in the fall.
Magnesium in magnesium sulfate has anti-inflammatory properties that help runners reduce muscle soreness. After running, take a warm bath and put two cups of magnesium sulfate in the bath. The latter will release magnesium when it is warm.
8、Remove the thorn
What if I don’t care if my fingers are tied with swarf and other thorns, but I can’t pull them out? Soak your fingers in a cup of magnesium sulfate, and the wood chips will quickly become large and can be easily pulled out.