Rubbing Alcohol, as it is commonly known, has many uses. For the soap maker it is most useful when spritzing your newly poured melt and pour soaps to remove surface bubbles, but it is also a powerful solvent with many useful applications. It evaporates quickly, leaving near zero traces and is relatively safe, compared to alternative solvents. Thus, it is used widely as a solvent and as a cleaning fluid, especially for dissolving oils. Here are some suggested uses you will find for this versatile product.
Use to wipe away sticky residues on all kinds of surfaces.
Use as a de-icer on car windsreens on frosty mornings.
Use as a windscreen washer additive to help prevent freezing even at very low temperatures.
Use as a degreaser on stove and counter tops.
Use as a glass and mirror cleaner.
Use 1 part Rubbing Alcohol with 2 parts water to make 'maleable' ice packs.
Use as a nail polish remover.
Use as a pre-wash stain remover for those difficult stains such as oils and inks.
But remember, this is a highly flammable product so keep away from sources of ignition and definitely don't drink it because although it has 'alcohol' in it's name, this product is 'denatured' to prevent human consumption and can cause serious injury or even death if consumed.