When was the last time you went to the beach? Well, previously we were not allowed to but with the recent change in SOPs, the public can finally feel the sand in between their toes again. While still adhering to the SOPs, of course.
Walking barefoot, enjoying the ocean breeze and basking in the sun will definitely make you feel more relaxed after being stuck at home for so many weeks. However, there’s something about the beach that is a bit annoying; when you’re about to go home and you need to get rid of the sand.
We have tried so many methods to remove the sand – from washing our feet with water to wiping with a wet tissue but nothing seems to really work. You will still have some sand in your car after. Thanks to a hack by @steph_scheff, having sand in the car might be a thing of the past!
From the TikTok video that she shared, you will only need baby powder which most parents already have in their homes. In the video, she simply sprinkled some of the powder on the feet full of sand, wipe them off, and no more sand! Yup, it’s that easy. Most importantly, it smells good too.
Watch the full video here:
So next time when you are planning to go to the beach, just throw a bottle of baby powder in the picnic bag and you will be less stressed at the end of the beach trip!
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