Cornstarch usually comes out of the pantry only when you’re cooking — it’s a great way to thicken soups, stocks and sauces. But that’s not all it’s good for. Indeed, there’s a wide array of practical uses for cornstarch outside the kitchen. From untangling knots to soothing sunburns
Who would have thought that good old cornstarch could do so much and save you so much money at the same time! A regular box of cornstarch will set you back about 3 – 5 bucks, that’s a small price to pay when you see how much you can save by using it to do other things around your house.
I would love to see if you have any-other uses for this wonderful product, if you do please let us know over on our Facebook page. We love to hear your stories and information.