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Magic Eraser for Coffee Stains

I use Mr. Clean Magic Erasers to get rid of coffee and tea stains in my mugs, teacups, and teapot. I simply swipe the stains away, wash the mug and it’s like new. Even a really cheap Dollar Tree version magic eraser works well! Pamela  

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Other Uses For Dryer Sheets

Don’t get rid of those dryer sheets just yet! Since Mary is always telling us to use dryer balls instead of fabric softeners, many of us may still have boxes of unused dryer sheets. Wonder no more. They have many other uses and some of them will amaze you. Remove the bugs from your car: […]

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Giving Flannel a Second Life

Want to give those flannel lounge pants and shirts a second life? Make cleaning pads for your Swiffer other cleaning tool. Cut the flannel into pieces 8″ x 20″ (or to fit your mop head of choice), then attach to the mop head and dampen with water or cleaning product before use. When I’m done […]

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Amazing Dish-Covery

One day, I decided to read the label on the box of automatic dishwasher detergent. I was curious to see how much powder is recommended per dishwasher load. It read, “Follow manufacturer’s instructions or use one tablespoon of powdered dishwasher detergent.” Really? Wow. I’m one to just dump it in. Once I saw how little […]

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Goo Gone Naturally

Love to reuse glass bottles but not keen on using the chemicals to get rid of the sticky mess after removing the label? A simple solution is to place a piece of paper towel over the sticky area, secure it with 2 rubber bands (avoid banding the sticky area itself) and soak it with pure […]

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Best Way to Declutter

The old adage about  “How to eat an elephant?”  definitely gives insight into how to attack large decluttering projects.  I find that the best way to declutter is to break my task down to a small area within an area. Don’t tackle the whole garage or kitchen all at once. Just focus on one drawer […]

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DIY Mop Cloths

For many years, I have reused my brand-name mop with wash cloths attached to clean my wood floors. Washcloths are inexpensive when purchased in bulk, easy to launder and bleach, store nicely under the sink, and fit the mop head perfectly.  

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Happier Hair Days: Clean Your Blow Dryer

The vents on the back end of your blowdryer can get clogged with hair and dust. This will shorten the life of your dryer – and possibly create a safety hazard- because the motor has to work harder to stay cool. The solution for this is to periodically clean your blowdryer. The next time you are […]