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    12 Uses for Vicks

    Effective Home Remedies For Ingrown Toenails - A doctor taught me this years ago - it works beautifully!

    You won't believe how simple it is to clear this up WITHOUT a trip to the waiting room and a bill! Pinkeye Remedy! gonna repin this now, just incase it's needed later

    I really need to try this.

    Home remedies for nail fungus

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    Discover six new uses for Vicks VapoRub | #newusesforthings #vicksvaporub #sixonsaturday www.inspirationfo...

    74 Benefits and Uses of Vinegar

    The power of vinegar...soaking feet in vinegar (apple cider being best) is a great remedy for many problems like toenail fungus, dry feet, tired feet, etc. are some vinegar foot soaks that will help feet be soft and supple.

    "This lady has amazing tricks!! Pin now read later!" the mascara one is brilliant

    For when the brain goes blank - I totally need this, especially for sympathy cards.

    18 Tips: hard water scum, grease stains, paint on carpet, stove burners, granite counters, scratched dishes, dusty tv's

    Home remedies for cracked heels

    Remove crayon marks with WD-40 The next time your little one goes wild writing on your walls, don't stress! Instead pull out WD-40. This household product, that you usually use to stop squeaky hinges, also works brilliantly in removing crayon marks from most surfaces. Simple spray and wipe crayon right off. (You may also want to wipe surface with a soapy rag to remove any oil residue.)

    reconditioning & re-Seasoning cast iron cookware

    home remedy for clean white nails

    101 Unusual Uses for Ordinary Things

    12 uses for Vicks VapoRub

    Homemade Vicks Shower Vapors

    Remedies for Using Honey and Vinegar to Heal Wounds | The major difference in the wound healing properties of honey and vinegar is their side benefit properties. They both heal wounds by limiting bacteria. However, honey's main additional benefit is the way it acts as a painkiller while vinegar's is its anti-itch properties. Which one you'll want to use to heal your wounds depends on the stage of the wound and the sensitivity that you have to these issues.