14 Non-Alcoholic Uses for Wine We’d Love to Try Right Away

Posted on

If you have old wine around the house, there are many non-alcoholic ways that it could be put to use to help you with your household chores or even various crafts, like using it as paint, disinfectant, or to build a fruit fly trap.

Op-cast.com has collected some of the most surprising uses for wine for you to try out! cool stuff, cool stuff, cool stuff

1. Make your own watercolor paint.

We all know wine can leave a nasty stain, so why not take advantage of the color? Wine could be used as a watercolor paint. There is an unseen benefit to using wine as a watercolor paint: over time, depending on the amount used, the wine will actually change color. Your painting could change right before your very eyes!

It’s honestly probably the first time you’ll have fun watching “paint” dry. cool stuff, cool stuff, cool stuff

2. Revive your dying car battery.

If you are having problems with your car battery, a little red wine can help you to recharge it. Because wine is acidic, it allows the electrons to flow freely between positive and negative terminals, providing energy for the car. The following video shows this.

3. Marinate your meat with it.

Old wine can even be used as a meat tenderizer and marinade. All you need to do is place the meat in a sealed bag, and the cooked meat will have a juicy, tender texture. Remember, enough cooking time and heat can help the alcohol to evaporate, allowing you to make a meal for the whole family.

Prev1 of 5Next

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *