Cleaning never ends
Cleaning never ends
- 4 Pins
how much fabric do you need for reupholstering? - always good to know
Idea, Craft, Do You, Fabrics, Furniture, Diy, Upholstery Fabric
How much fabric do you need for reupholstering? Old upholstered furniture is really cheap or even free. Makes learning to upholster a good idea.
Recover your furniture - how much fabric do you need? Find out with this upholstery fabric chart. .... this is good to know!
How much fabric do you need for reupholstering? Need this! I have a pc of furniture I want to recover
How much fabric do you need for diy furniture reupholstering? This chart is for plain fabric on 54 inch fabric here is the extra fabric allowance for a pattern. 3" -14" repeat 10% more fabric 15"-19" repeat 15%, 20"-27" 20%, 28"-30" 25%, 37"-45" 30%, and 45"-54" repeat 35% more fabric.
Do you want to reupholster a piece of furniture, but don’t know how much fabric you should buy?! Well…check out the many yard charts over at Pearl Street Interiors. Jenny has an incredible blog and shares a variety of home decor ideas and tips! Pearl Street Interior Yard Charts Take the guessing away, save money, …
fabric yardage for reupholstery projects: a must-have for any shop that sells furniture! (and helpful even if you don't, but do have remnants, so customers can buy for their DIY projects)
How much fabric do you need for reupholstering? #DIY #Crafts
DIY Project: How much fabric do you need for reupholstering?
About 1/2 cup of baking soda mixed with water until its a thin paste. Spread all over oven door. Leave it there for 15 minutes. Wipe it off. Voila!!! A spotlessly clean oven door!!
Clean Oven, Household Tips, Cleaning Tips, Ovens, Oven Glass, Baking Soda
Try this: h a damp cloth". I had to put in some serious elbow grease after letting it sit, but the oven door and glass is clean. VERY clean! __________Clean oven glass in 20 minutes with baking soda.
Clean oven glass in 20 minutes with baking soda.. *Mine were really bad, so I let sit for 30 minutes, wiped almost half off, then put white vinegar on it, let sit for a few minutes (enough time to hunt down an old toothbrush), scrubbed slightly, wiped off with damp wash cloth!! The only problem I see is when my oven door is back up, stuff is dripping out each corner. Hmmm..*
**Tried this one and it worked like magic! It took a little more than "wipe with a damp cloth". I had to put in some serious elbow grease after letting it sit, but the oven door and glass is clean. VERY clean! __________Clean oven glass in 20 minutes with baking soda.
Cleaning oven glass door - 1/2 c baking soda and add water until a thin paste is formed. Spread on oven glass door & let sit for 15 min. Wipe off with damp cloth.
Clean Oven Door All you will need for this is baking soda, water and something to mix them in. Step 1: Pour about 1/2 cup of baking soda into a dish and slowly add water to it until it becomes a thin paste. You don't want it to be too thick because you want the mixture to be easy to spread. 2: Spread the baking soda mixture all over the oven glass. Set the timer for 15 minutes. your oven is REALLY dirty you can set it for 20 minutes to give the baking soda a little extra time to work....
baking soda and h2o to clean oven glass door. must remember to tell hubs the tip
Oven Glass Cleaner, oven cleaner, how to clean inside of oven door glass, other tips
Clean Oven Door with Green Ingredients - Site has other helpful cleaning tips
rub with waxed paper, water doesn't leave a mark anymore
Cleaning Bathroom, Water Spots, Cleaning Ideas, Cleaning Help, Household Tips, Cleaning Tips, Wax Paper
rub faucet with waxed paper to prevent water spots between cleanings - kind of worked, left streaks on the faucet and made it look dull, only kind of helped with the water spots. Update - worked much better on the brushed-nickel finished bathroom faucet than the shiny kitchen faucet.
Rub a faucet with waxed paper to prevent water spots and finger prints. And more cleaning ideas you would Never think of doing. Definitely going to try some
Rub a faucet with waxed paper to prevent water spots and finger prints and other great cleaning tips for the OCD in you :)
Rub a faucet with waxed paper to prevent water spots and finger prints... and 32 other amazing cleaning tips and tricks
If you rub your faucet with wax paper, you can say goodbye to water spots. The site includes other helpful household tips.
33 meticulous cleaning tips for the OCD person inside you ~ Includes rub a faucet with waxed paper to prevent water spots and finger prints.
Multiple Household Tips. LOVE the one about using wax paper to get water spots off the faucet!
Dryer sheet to clean bathroom and kitchen
Cleaning Help- great ideas on this blog
Easy way to clean your microwave - heat a bowl of water and vinegar for 5 minutes, the steam will dissolve stuck on stains. Simply wipe off. GENIUS! Genius!!!!