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  • Karla Jess

    Tons of Household Tips to try - when I have a house I'll make a binder of cleaning tips so I can just look through them when I have a mess

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  • Chelsea Palmer

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    Dozens of killer cleaning tips-- clean iron, here I come!!

  • Patti Lutz

    Salt as Iron Cleaner Eliminate sticky residue from an iron. Run the hot iron (no steam) over plain paper sprinkled with salt. Dryer Sheet as Iron Cleaner Remove gunk from the soleplate of an iron. With the setting on low, rub the iron over the dryer sheet until the residue disappears, and you're left with a pristine press. & Dozens of other killer cleaning tips.

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