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Mayra Lopez

Mayra Lopez

Currently a student and mother to a precious baby boy.

french braids + ponytail = great style!

How to Fold Plastic Grocery Bags - Awesome! I had my bags taking up a whole drawer and now they're taking up just a small area. It didn't take long to do and works on all sized bags (I even folded up the large target ones). Simply Brilliant idea.

  • Stacy Herman

    way too much time on your hands people

  • Joy Roshon

    Put your hand through the handle, pull bag straight out, wrap around your hand, pull your hand out while holding the handle--the handle part will hold the bag and you have it in a little ball--fast and easy

  • Beth Gietl

    I save almost all my bags for cat litter and other little things. I have them all balled up and they keep falling out of the container. THIS is going to work and I thank whoever pinned this!!

  • Teach123

    I love this idea!

  • Yolanda Cardoso

    Very nice, I do it since I was a kid :-)

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Shower Cleaner - I had previously pinned this, but now that I have tried it I am pinning it again. Seriously the easiest and best shower cleaner I have ever tried. Everything came off with no scrubbing. 1 cup vinegar (heated) mixed with 1 cup original blue Dawn. Spray on shower and let sit for 2 hours. Wipe off with a wet sponge.

  • Christina Ulisky

    Works great on toilets too! It's my favorite all in one tub, tile and toilet scrub. i make it by the gallon and just refill my spray bottle as needed.

  • Christina Luther

    Iam going to try!

  • Colet S.

    Will be trying this.

  • Barbara Byrne Wagner

    I tried it somewhat skeptically but it really works

  • Shan'te Pirkel-Ohst

    I tried it in both bathrooms. I sprayed the showers down heavily with the mixture, closed the doors and turned on the exhaust fans. The one shower is generally easy to clean with white tile and white grout. I panicked when I saw the walls after 2 hours. I had a bubble mess once I started to wash down the walls. The grout initially remained blue and freeked me out. Once I was all done washing the walls and getting the bubbles under control with cold water, I could not believe how the tiles sparkled. No water spots. Beautiful shine. The other shower is very old and generally a problem to clean. I had to do the lower half and extra 2 times to get all the soap scum. I could clearly see where the mixture sat because there were clean strieks. I will definately use again. I found another suggestion that stated to put the mixture in a prefilled sponge with a despensing handle (like the ones you might use in a kitchen) and periodically wash the walls while taking a shower.

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This is a good schedule to follow

  • Lola Lauri

    make the beds every day? that's a bit full on.

  • Saskia Kuiling

    Thanks! I'll give it a try!

  • JB Snider

    This is a start. My grandma followed a script similar to this and her house was always clean. All three floors!!!

  • Veronica Gana

    Great starting point! You can always add to fit your personal needs! :D

  • Catina Porche

    Looks good, gonna try to start it on Monday!

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Showerhead Cleaner -1/3 cup baking soda -1 cup white vinegar -1 plastic bag -1 large bag twisty tie Let sit several hours or overnight. -- Need to remember this!

  • Erin Glennon Fiedler

    Why did I never think of this??

  • Barbara Bender

    I've been looking for a good solution to this problem. I can't wait to try it!

  • Anita Barbour

    I spray a mixture of Clorox and water. Just spray on leave it for a minute or so and rinse off. Works wonders!

  • Erin Getting

    I have done thiz with only vinegar - works like a champ. Aalso can be used to get hard water deposits off of shower doors and around faucets. Also great instead off Jet Dry in the dishwasher and instead of fabric softener (kids have eczema).

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clever-beautiful popsicles ~ pour Capri Sun into popsicle mold, add sliced fruit, then freeze!

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