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How to clean your candle jars of wax once the candle is done. Great to reuse in the bathroom for cotton balls or q-tips:-)

How to clean your candle jars of wax once the candle is done. Great to reuse in the bathroom for cotton balls or q-tips:-)

How to clean out your candle jars. Theyre useful for storing small things!

How to Clean Out Candle Jars to Repurpose Them

Moving? Pack your plates with foam disposable plates between them! Sooo much easier than wrapping each one in yucky newspaper! winning pin of the day!!!

Moving? Pack your plates with foam disposable plates between them! Sooo much easier than wrapping each one in yucky newspaper! winning pin of the day!!!

Use Pledge to really clean your stainless steel. | 37 Deep Cleaning Tips Every Obsessive Clean Freak Should Know

Use Pledge to really clean your stainless steel. | 37 Deep Cleaning Tips Every Obsessive Clean Freak Should Know

Get your Spring cleaning on with the holy grail of stain removal! 200+ STAIN FIXES from University of Illinois Extension. Pin now for future stain emergencies! #homecare

How To Remove Stains From ANYTHING! - 200 Stain Removing Solutions

Get your Spring cleaning on with the holy grail of stain removal! 200+ STAIN FIXES from University of Illinois Extension. Pin now for future stain emergencies! #homecare

Foto: One of my fav tricks! Expecting guests and house smelling a little funky? Put a cap full of vanilla extract in 1/4 cup of water, then place it in the microwave for 2 mins. The whole house will smell like heaven~! ♡

Foto: One of my fav tricks! Expecting guests and house smelling a little funky? Put a cap full of vanilla extract in 1/4 cup of water, then place it in the microwave for 2 mins. The whole house will smell like heaven~! ♡

When painting, wrap a rubber band around the can over the opening. Then you can dip in the brush and wipe the excess paint off onto the rubber band, rather than the edge of the can.

When painting, wrap a rubber band around the can over the opening. Then you can dip in the brush and wipe the excess paint off onto the rubber band, rather than the edge of the can.

Using toothpaste, a banana, a rag and window cleaner we will show you how to remove scratches from a DVD and with any luck the unplayable will become playable.

How To Remove DVD Scratches With a Banana

Using toothpaste, a banana, a rag and window cleaner we will show you how to remove scratches from a DVD and with any luck the unplayable will become playable.

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