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Magic Eraser is Magic for Pyrex

Pyrex dishes look great when new. Food stains are so stubborn, and often the cookware gets scratched from scrubbing too hard. A Magic Eraser (genuine or knockoff) will instantaneously clean all food spills. Wet it, rub it across the stains, and witness the  magic for yourself.  


Steam Clean The Microwave

To clean stubbornbaked-on food stains from the microwave you can steam them off with water and distilled vinegar. Mix 1/2 cup of each in a measuring cup or a microwave-safe bowl. Set the temperature to High for about five minutes or until it boils. The heat and steam will loosen the baked-on food. Wipe the […]


Shine On

Jewelry, costume and fine pieces too, can become trashed quickly. This $28 when-new bracelet that was horribly tarnished, was given to me by a friend. Gold-toned items can be restored with ketchup and Blue Dawn. Cover your tarnished item on both sides with ketchup. Wait 5 minutes and rinse off.  You will see a marked […]


Hair Spray Be Gone

Hair spray leaves stubborn spots on my shower doors and trim. I save money and time by removing it using plain old rubbing alcohol on a cotton ball. It removes all traces of hairspray quickly, easily, and inexpensively. I especially like the fact that rubbing alcohol can be used for other purposes, and that I don’t […]


Amazing, Super Inexpensive, and Easy Copper Bottom Pot Cleaner

My old copper bottom pots are great, and they take just a little bit of extra effort to keep the bottoms clean. All it takes is a minute and two simple household ingredients: vinegar and salt! Vinegar: I purchase the largest bottle of vinegar at my favorite shopping club. It’s about $3 for a 1.3 […]


Windex Wonders

When my husband and I were cleaning the grime out of our vehicles, we came upon the best carpet cleaner- Windex! I decided to try to remove a stain that had been embedded in my carpet forever, and voila! It worked when everything else I tried had failed. Just spray the stain thoroughly with Windex, […]


Leaky Logic

I used to clean up the messy leaks from meat I stored or thawed in the refrigerator. But now I put my thawing meats in a plastic shoe box-size container in the fridge to catch any spills. When leaks occur (they often do), I just run the box through the dishwasher and there’s no extra […]


Soleplate Solution

Here’s a great way to get that sticky brown residue from the soleplate of your iron. Mix baking soda and water into a paste. Dip a damp cloth into it and rub it gently on the surface. Clean it off with a dry cloth. Good as new! Kim