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  • Anna Banana

    DIY cleaning solutions: Hidden tricks to get your house sparkling in record time. I think every Pinterest trick is listed here!

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    Yes, I am pinning a "household cleaning tips" pin. Another pinner says: THE BEST PIN EVER!!! Hidden tricks to get your house sparkling in record time. I think every Pinterest trick is listed here!

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  • Rebecca Nicolson

    I just need to review this every so often for cleaning ideas. Previous pinner said: THE BEST PIN EVER!!! HIDDEN TRICKS TO GET YOUR HOUSE SPARKLING IN RECORD TIME. I THINK EVERY PINTEREST TRICK IS LISTED HERE!

  • lorrie sorenson

    Baby oil, a cloth and faucet Hidden tricks to get your house sparkling in record time. I think every Pinterest trick is listed here!

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