Removing Rust From Porcelain or Ceramic Porcelain dishes, porcelain fixtures and ceramic tiles are more fragile than cement. Rub the stain with borax or lemon juice. For tougher stains, you can use a wet pumice stone, but be careful because it can scratch a surface. Allow the area to dry and then rinse with clean water. If the stain persists, repeat the procedure. Once the rust is removed, make sure to thoroughly dry the area. Helpful Hints, Stores Painting, Cleaning Laundry, Cleaning Organic, Berber Carpets, Kitchens Cabinets, Wall Hole, Kitchen Cabinets
How to Clean a Microfiber Sofa - Most of the stains on my couch were water stains from sippy cups. It helped to lighten the stains but not get rid of them. Make sure you do this on a day when you can have the windows wide open the smell of rubbing alcohol is quite strong (and make sure you're not pregnant or your husband will end up doing most of it) ;)
How to reupholster a chair Just yesterday, my husband & I were downtown and saw a chair almost identical to this one in a flea market store...now see this post today. Hmmm, I think that may be a 'sign' that if the chair is still there on payday...;-)
I heart this organization of measuring cups and spoons on the inside of a kitchen cabinet accompanied by a conversion chart.