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  • Vidak Irwin

    A marshmallow keeps brown sugar soft, hot vinegar can revive paintbrushes, and many other household tips.

  • Jewel James

    reduce, reuse and recycle! common household items turned into something useful//coffee filters as polishers, marshmallows to keep brown sugar soft, ketchup bottles as batter dispensers, the list goes on i can't take it!!!!

  • Linda M Fox

    COFFEE FILTERS: clean glass and computer monitors; detox shoes (fill with baking soda & tie off with rubber band); dryer sheets (place few drops of fabric softener on the filter, rub together, fold in half). MARSHMELLOW keeps brown sugar soft. HOT VINEGAR can revive paintbrushes...among other tips.

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