Problem: Your feet stink
Next time you’re taking a sip from the Kettle One, make sure to pour a little on your tootsies. The high alcohol content will kill the odor-causing bacteria, says Cracked.com. Or try one of these other home remedies for foot odor.
Problem: Your car battery died
While you should never drink and drive, it’s perfectly okay for your car battery to do so. In fact, if it’s dead, red wine could bring it back to life. As Joey Green tells us in his book Last Minute Travel Secrets, “Red wine is an acidic liquid that allows the electrons to flow freely between the positive and negative terminals of the battery, providing sufficient energy to start the engine.” Here’s what you do: Wearing safety goggles and rubber gloves, carefully pry the cell cover off the battery with a screwdriver (without getting battery acid on yourself). Using a funnel, pour a little red wine into each of the battery cells. Then reseal the cell covers. Let the car sit for no more than one hour, restart the engine, and drive directly to a service station to replace the battery.