Water mineral deposits can build up on the inside workings of your toilet. These deposits restrict the free flow of water from the tank and can cause a weak flush. Quickly pour about a quart white vinegar down the overflow tube. Let the vinegar work for a minimum of an hour before flushing. The vinegar dissolves the calcium (hard water build up) in the flush ring and the siphon jet, allowing the toilet to once again work as designed. Annual treatment could be necessary.
cleaning vintage linens, cleaning tips, An antique linen dealer shared her secret with me over 25 years ago for cleaning vintage linens The first step was soaking in Biz a powdered detergent I soaked this crocheted tablecloth overnight in Biz Directions are on the box http://www.hometalk.com/2856409/cleaning-vintage-linens?utm_source=all&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=featured
How to restore scratched and worn wood. Another pinner says: for watermarks - mix a thick paste of olive oil and salt and rub onto the wood - leave it for about 30 minutes. The salt draws out the moisture and the oil feeds the wood. Used this many, many times!
This DIY Reclaimed Wood Coffee Table by Dan Faires (Season 5) is an HGTV Pinterest favorite with 1300+ Repins! Want to know how to make one? Pin it now! http://www.hgtv.com/video/reclaimed-wood-coffee-table-video/index.html?soc=pinterestdb
Learned this on Pinterest and tried it today! Heat oven to 500 degrees and put some marbles (you can put clear colored or clear with color in the middle) and heat for 20 mins...longer is OK but no better... After, put them in a bowl of cold water. I used a regular ceramic bowl and was afraid of shatter but nothing! It just cracks inside and creates GORGEOUS sparkles! Kids loved it and soooooo easy! Give it a try!