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GLASSWARE - Eggshells as Bottle and Vase Cleaners - Use broken eggshells to clean the hard-to-reach places in bottles and vases. Drop some crushed shells in the bottle, add warm water and a drop of dishwashing liquid, and give it a good swirl. The shells will scrape off the gunk you can’t get to.
Round 3 of life cheats -- little tricks for life and the home... like how to get rid of fruit flies, and how to keep hair brushes clean -- push a strip of pantyhose through the bristles to the back, when it fills with oil, hair, and build-up (ew), just pull off the pantyhose
Sprinkle soda on crusted casseroles and roasting pans and let sit for five minutes. Lightly scrub and rinse.
Removing Stickers "To remove stubborn price tags from items like dishes and glassware, I use a cotton pad or Q-tip soaked with rubbing alcohol. The alcohol dissolves the sticky glue and doesn't mess up my manicure."
Toothpaste as CD Cleaner To restore a damaged CD, apply a dot of non-gel formulat toothpaste to a cotton cloth and rub in a straight line from the center of the CD outward, covering any scratches. Rinse off the toothpaste with water.