FREE printable of homemade cleaner recipes. Eh, I have better ones for most of these... Incidentally, cheap dishwasher detergent (I prefer the Sun powder, it works the best for anything but dishwashers) can clean your sink, bathtub, and baked on stuff on a stovetop. May have to let it sit for a bit, but it rinses clean.
Quilting Tip of the Day: Dawn dishwashing soap is great to wash your finished quilts. It's similar to Synthrapol, a detergent dyers use to keep fugitive dyes from redepositing on fabric. I use just a tablespoon or two per quilt so it doesn't foam up the machine. I also wash new fabric with it for the same reason. (Wash new fabric in HOT water.) Cheap and available everywhere.
Get some stainless steel contact paper – yes, contact paper, and carefully apply it to your door. You’re going to want to make sure that there are no broken or crooked edges. Completely coat the appliance with the contact paper, smoothing out any bubbles as you go.