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  • Stephanie Howes

    12 fixes for household items

  • Jane Glazer

    DUCT TAPE....a girl's best friend!

  • Karli Stobie

    12 quick fixes for your household things - Yahoo

  • Janice Allen

    Fifteen-minute projects that won't put a dent in your weekend. Removing Light Bulbs Press the center of a foot-long strip of duct tape onto the middle of the bulb. Fold each loose end in half so it sticks onto itself. Gripping each end between your thumb and index finger, give a counterclockwise twist to loosen the bulb.

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    Household helps

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