Water Bottle with Storage Compartment - I NEED this!!
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Perfect Workout Water Bottle! Christmas gift idea!
If only i worked out.. Perfect Workout Water Bottle! Contigo AUTOSEAL Kangaroo Water Bottle with Storage Compartment - 24 oz.
Workout bottle with storage compartment. Must-have one of these! A great gift idea too for those fitness enthusiasts on your list :) #waterbottle #workout #storage
perfect workout water bottle, great idea!
Perfect Workout Water Bottle! Good idea!
homemade wasp trap!
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homemade wasp trap (although those look like yellow jackets to me...which is fine because i hate both).
Prairie Story: Homemade Wasp Trap. What a brilliant idea! I bet it works like a charm do. Gonna have to try it!
Homemade wasp trap. Taking this idea to the park this summer
Homemade wasp and bee trap. Hopefully it works!
Homemade Wasp killer Take a plastic bottle & cut the neck off. Remove the cap,flip the neck upside down, and place the neck into the bottle. Tape and/or staple the top together. Bait the trap. The wasps should enter the trap completely in order to access the bait. Some bait ideas include: Meat - Dishwashing liquid and water Sugar and water Soda with a few drops of hand soap Hang it up outside. Empty the trap regularly. Be sure the wasps are dead before removing them.
Homemade Wasp catcher! I'm going to try this & see if it works. the store bought one didn't work on wasps, but did kill a Big Fat Spider!
Need to try this to get rid of the wasps in the yard this summer!!!
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Bee Traps - Fill container with vinegar, sugar and salt to trap wasps... I'll be placing these around the yard this year!
Fill container with vinegar, sugar and salt to trap wasps... This could be great for Steve's parents' back yard... They get a wasps nest every year!
Wasp "Catcher" Fill container with vinegar, sugar and salt to trap wasps... I'll be placing these around the yard this year!
WASP KILLER!!! Fill container with vinegar, sugar and salt to trap wasps... I'll be placing these around the yard this year!
Fill container with vinegar, sugar and salt to trap wasps... I'll be placing these around the yard this year! Please work..maybe I can find a bee killer too.
BAD IDEA!!!!! Fill container with vinegar, sugar and salt to trap wasps ... and ensure that your garden is overrun with caterpillars and other pests. Wasps hunt and kill caterpillars, spiders and other garden pests. Notice that lacewings also got trapped. They eat aphids.
Ants no more!!
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Ant Killer: 1 cup sugar 3 tablespoons boric acid 3 cups warm water Directions: 1 Mix the sugar and Boric Acic well. 2 Add the warm water slowly, mixing all the while so it won't be too lumpy. 3 Store in a jar. 4 When ready to use, put cotton into the top of a jar lid to fill it, and then saturate the cotton to the top. 5 Place where you want it; make several if you need it. 6 Will keep for a long while. 7 NOTE: I usually drip a drop or two over the edge of the lid to rest on the counter so they will find it sooner. 8 It sometimes takes a little while for them to find it, but find it they will. 9 When they do, let them alone; you will want to kill them because they look so creepy; but don't because they will hang over the edge of the lid and drink, drink, drink, and then take it back to the nest. 10 Almost over night, they will be gone.
Get Rid Of Ants from Food.com: 1 C sugar, 3 T boric acid & 3 C warm water. 1) Mix the sugar & boric acid well. 2) Add warm water slowly, mixing all the while so it won't be too lumpy. 3) Store in a jar. 4) When ready to use, put cotton into the top of the jar lid to fill it, and then saturate the cotton to the top. 5) Place where you want it. 6) Can drip a drop or 2 over the edge of the lid so they find it sooner. 7) Don't kill them because they will take it back to the nest.
I NEED this!!
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This Wall Mount Flat Iron and Hair Dryer Holder from Taymor provides an attractive space-efficient way to keep both your flat iron and blow dryer within close reach by your bathroom mirror. An elegant polished chrome finish compliments a wide variety of decors and all necessary mounting hardware is included for quick e
Wall Mount Flat Iron and Hair Dryer Holder Image. Lots of ideas
Tension Curtain Rods / Cupboard Dividers
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tension rods. genius. 8 Smart Organizing Tips for the Kitchen 11 Jan posted by TidyMom 48 Comments Pin It If you’re anything like me, once the holiday decorations come down you’re ready to start getting your house a little more organized. The kitchen is the first place I need to start! Here are 8 smart tips to help you organize your kitchen! Kitchen Organization I can’t believe I never thought to put these organizing tools to use in my refrigerator. source : Martha Stewart I love this idea! Use tension curtain rods to create dividers. Buy rods to fit the space, and position pairs of them at intervals. Great for storing platters, cookie sheets and cutting boards
Tension Rods for Pantry Dividers Storing baking sheets, cutting boards, and sturdy platters upright on kitchen shelves frees space and keeps you from having to lift a heavy stack when you need only one item. Create dividers for them using tension curtain rods. Buy rods to fit the space, and position pairs of them at intervals. Twist to tighten.
A bunch of kitchen organizing ideas: my fav is #25, tension rods to store cutting boards and cookie sheets upright.
Use small tension rods to organize cutting boards and baking pans Top 58 Most Creative Home-Organizing Ideas and DIY Projects - DIY & Crafts
How to Clean a Microfiber Sofa
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How to clean microfiber furniture- found this on another site when my daughter took a purple pen to our microfiber dining chairs! It actually worked! (And worked again a week later when she took a pen to our microfiber sofa!!)
DIY: How to Clean Furniture. Use rubbing alcohol!
How to Clean Microfiber Furniture (for @Carol Michel because you're the only one I know with a microfiber couch) - Thanks Tori! Never thought to use rubbing alcohol!
Create a fun storage piece for a corner using cheap plastic buckets & zipties
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Idea for Kid Toy Storage: Colorful Buckets - a dollar at Michaels or the dollar store. Poke a few holes and connect with zip ties
Play Room: Toy storage - Get 10 buckets, drill little holes and add zip ties.
OH my gosh. Buckets - $1.00 at Michaels. Drill a few holes and connect with zip ties. Great for kids rooms and play rooms.
Buckets - Drill a few holes and connect with zip ties - don't click the link - it does NOT take you to a tutorial, but this looks like a fun toy storage idea for the playroom
Such a simple solution!
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Turn a pot holder into a heat-safe travel case for your flat iron or curling iron! #DIY #SolutionsDiy Ideas, Flat Irons, Crafts Ideas, Pots Holders, Diy Crafts, Curls Iron, Flats Iron, Diy Projects, Hot Pads
Make a Travel Flat Iron Holder Out of a Pot Holder and lots of other great DIY ideas
Organize | FLAT & CURLING IRONS :: Pot Holder Flat Iron Holder Tutorial :: Just fold in half & sew up the side & bottom. | #crafts #flatiron #potholder #storage
Interesting uses for everyday items!
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healthy hair blow dry study
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25 uses for every day household items
Blow drying hair
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Beauty 911! Fast Fixes for Your Worst Hair Days ~ Botched haircut? Hair color catastrophe? Fried, dry hair? Get expert solutions for 4 common problems... Your Emergency: Your hair is fried from overprocessing and hot tools. Your Action Plan: Step 1. Use shampoo and conditioner for color-treated hair that says “moisturizing” on the bottle. These formulas leave protective ingredients on your hair strands. Step 2. Apply a super hydrating treatment. Comb through a deep conditioner and let sit in hair for 30 minutes. To combat dullness, apply a clear hair glaze, like Aveeno Living Color Shine Glaze ($6.50; drugstores), which wraps hair in silicone to ramp up the gloss on locks. Step 3. Protect your hair from further abuse by using a thermal protector spray before each and every blow-dry. Step 4. You can cut back on hot tool use and still keep your hair looking polished: Every other time you would normally style you hair with hot tools, use a smoothing serum and pull your hair back for the day. — Patrick Melville, celebrity stylist and owner of Patrick Melville Salon in New York City Your Emergency: Your at-home hair dye ended up the totally wrong color. Your Action Plan: Step 1. Wait 24 hours and then give yourself a “French shampoo”: Mix equal parts 20-volume hydrogen peroxide with your usual shampoo and let it sit on hair for 15 minutes. This will gently lift out some of the wrong color. Step 2. Reapply a dye formula that’s close to your natural color. Let it stay on roots for half the time indicated on the box and wash it out of the ends of your hair after only 3 minutes on the ends. Step 3. Use a deep-conditioning treatment, like Reneé Furterer KARITÉ intense nutrition oil ($36 for 3.3 oz; call 1-800-522-8285 for locations), before you shampoo your hair again to help mitigate damage from the double-dye session. — Alan Gold, hairstylist and creative director of The Haig & Co. Salon near Philadelphia Your Emergency: Your bangs are shaggy and overgrown. Your Action Plan: Step 1. If you can’t get to the salon for a trim, do this: Use a lightweight gel, such as Redken Layer Lift 07 Length Elevating Spray-Gel ($15; redken.com for salons to purchase), on wet, clean hair before you blow-dry to help make your ’do look more polished and to counteract the overgrowth. Step 2. Blow-dry your hair with an all-boar, round brush, which will help the fringe pop up and out of the eyes. If the fringe is still in your eyes, tease the hair at the root by the hairline. This should assist in getting the hair out of your eyes. — Patrick Melville Your Emergency: You need style tips to hide a new cut that's too short. Your Action Plan: Option 1. Make a diagonal side part and slick the sides back. With strong gel, lift the front by taking a 3-inch triangular section, with the widest part at the hairline (forehead) and narrowing as you go toward the crown. This creates an architectural effect that is flattering and glamorous until your hair grows out. Option 2. Use a hair putty with fiber, like Garnier Fructis Style Fiber Gum Putty ($4.50; drugstores), to create a slightly messy texture to obscure the details of the cut.