spray on objects to be used in the garden to create solar lights
Mix together 1/4 cup of canola/olive oil and 3/4 cup vinegar to repair damaged wood. Dip a rag in it and simply wipe. Gotta try this.
"The Crock-Pot Lunch Crock ($20) makes us so very happy! We've got nothing against the breakroom microwave, per se, but warming our food slowly and safely on our desks yields much more flavorful lunches. Our pasta leftovers don't congeal and separate, soups warm thoroughly, and we don't have to wait in line to nuke." Want it!
Crock-Pot Lunch Crock
Instead of using extra laundry detergent to pre-treat, instead we turn to our old school friend - white chalk. Simply rub onto greasy stains and the chalk powder will absorb the grease, making the stain easily removable by the laundry soap in the wash.
Organizing Children's School Papers & Memorabilia
spot remover for clothes -- gets out wine, armpit stains, etc. I used 1/2 cup Dawn, 1 cup Hydrogen Peroxide and 2 T Baking Soda, mixed it in a bowl, dipped my scrub brush in it and scrubbed the collars and underarms of my husbands white t-shirts. I let it sit for an hour and washed it in hot water with a little of my laundry detergent and BAM!!! Amazing!
How to get rid of armpit stains....stain remover mixture consists of one part Dawn dishwashing liquid mixed with two parts HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
1. Rub a bar of soap over the itch.I used a dry bar of soap directly on the skin, or use a wet bar of soap. 2. Place a piece of scotch tape on the bite; or dab rubbing alcohol on the area first then stick on a piece of tape. 3. Hot water: Take a hot shower, or a hot bath, or apply a hot compress. As hot as you can stand it without burning you. 4. Ice cube, ice pack or very cold water
Over 40 Mosquito Bite Itch Relief Tips
I knew there had to be a way to do this at home! CHEAP version of shellac- No more chipped nails: (1) Apply 1 thin coat of 5 Minute Gel Polish. (2) Apply 1 coat of Essie's 3 Way Glaze base coat. (3) Apply 2 coats of polish. (4) Finish with a coat of 3 Way Glaze. Awesome Idea