Thursday, July 11, 2013

Unusual uses for Coca-Cola


Coca-Cola is a carbonated soft drink sold just about everywhere - in stores, restaurants, and vending machines in every country except Cuba and North Korea.

Often referred to simply as Coke, Coca-Cola has been found to be useful for cleaning purposes. But you already knew that.

With its acidic nature, Coke has been found to be effective in getting rid of rust, grease on clothes, that black crust in your pot or pan. It can even be used for cooking, as a painkiller, as well as for entertainment.

Here, watch this video for an idea to liven up your next party..

And here's proof Coke does get rid of rust..

Check out the Top 10 Unusual Uses For Coca Cola and be amazed.


Image source: Wikipedia


7 comments:

  1. For centuries the hot selling RM3.50 drink ...RM1.90 + RM1.60 drink...say it in Hokkien 'khor kow khor luck'

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  2. Great shall drink more coke then to clean up my intestines after all the years of eating out high time the layered of junk food would be flush out.

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  3. Aiya snopes and mythbusters spoiled my plans. Seems like a good advertisement for the RM3.50 drink.

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  4. If Coke has that effect on rust, what does it do to your teeth and stomach?! Shudder ...

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  5. I just saw in Yee Ling's blog they made Coco cola "volcano" :)

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  6. Open and let the gas escape - drink to get rid of the after effects of excessive msg in Chinese restaurant dishes.

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  7. Scary lah this Coke. I don't dare touch it anymore. Except maybe a sip or two during celebrations : )

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