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How to Get a Cooking Oil Stain out of Clothing. 1) Blot excess oil. 2) Apply baking soda to absorb oil. 3) Pre-treat with detergent. 4) Wash on highest heat possible. 5) Dry as normal.

How to Get a Cooking Oil Stain out of Clothing

This is probably the most ingenious thing I have ever read/heard. How to get rid of staticy hair

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I love this cut into the shape of the state they were taken in :) a goal to travel together!

Marvelous microwave spaghetti squash {sooo much easier, and less oily, and quicker, than roasting it!}

Watermelon cut this way is easy to eat and will last longer in the fridge.

Ohio State "buck-eyes" costume:)

Have you ever stored tomato sauce in a plastic food container, only to be left with a stubborn stain? Use a lemon to get your containers squeaky clean again.

Fruit Fly Trap 1 How to Get Rid of Gnats and Fruit Flies jar, paper cone, scotch tape, banana or other fruit, apple cider vinegar, couple drops of dishwashing liquid. they fly in and don't fly out!

39 Most Common Cooking Mistakes and how to avoid them

iOS 7 tips and tricks: hidden secrets and new iOS features - Opinion - Trusted Reviews

Couples Halloween Costume.i have 2.5 months to find a man for the most awesome halloween costume everrrrrrr

quick and easy scarecrow..would be cute with plaid shirt and jeans

Stomach Bug Prevention Trick (Every mom should know this!) I will keep this one in my back pocket in case we ever need it.

  • Laura Boehm

    Lol I was laughing to myself when I saw that you pinned this... And I thought "I bet Kelly pinned this" before I saw that you did. :) I'll be carrying a bottle of grape juice to the schools with me this year!! :) lol!!

  • Kelly Canfield

    I'm going to try to find grape extract! Hey... I'll do whatever it takes!

FEBREEZE is the secret to cleaning stubborn dry erase boards. Spray the board and wipe, it also helps "recondition" old dry erase boards.

How to Make Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs Every Time!

Cleaning vegetables (from Living Naturaler)