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Bob's Tip of the Day: Mix one tablespoon of honey with one tablespoon of hot water, then stir in one teaspoon of borax. Create a trap by spreading a fine layer across a small note card or flat lid, and lay it down near the ants for a day or two. As delicious as the concoction is, not a single ant will make it back for seconds. SAFETY TIP: Take extra precaution if you have children or pets, because borax is harmful if ingested
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Don't throw away shirts with grease stains before you read this!! It's so easy to get rid of the stains with just one very inexpensive solution! I now can wear the other half of my wardrobe again!!
For example, use separate cutting boards for specific things ~ Using a separate cutting board for things like onions, garlic, and chilis will keep your other fruits and veggies from being contaminated with the smell of these delicious, but pungent foods. I also recommend not using a cutting board for raw meats.
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It’s tough to get your vases and glassware clean when you can’t reach the bottom. Use this easy trick.
Restoring Old Towels to New Again | After soaking in bathtub with bleach and hot water, she suggests you throw one Tide POD into the basin with the towels, and where you usually put liquid detergent in the tray, instead add 1/3 cup of white distilled vinegar. Regular towel setting of warm/cold and BAM.
Cheaper laundry soap in any scent you like. Most of the recipes out there indicate using some weird bar soap I've never heard of (Fels Naptha or Zote?!), but you can actually use any bar soap you like. A lot of the recipes yield an industrial amount, but to suit storage needs, you can make any amount with the ratio of 1:1 for the Borax, washing soap, baking soda, Oxiclean and bar soap.
Remove permanent marker from wood floors..or wood dining tables -worked like a charm! I also use it to take permanent marker off of walls, dry erase boards or anything that has been permanent marker tattooed!