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    How to Restore an Old Wood Bowl (blog.hgtv.com/...)

    How To Restore Wooden Bowls-good to know if we find more at thrift stores or yard sales

    DIY Rope Bowls

    Heat a bowl of water and vinegar for 5 minutes in the microwave, the steam will dissolve stuck on stains. Simply wipe off. Genius!!!!

    bowl DIY

    Coconut oil refinishes and rehydrates old wood furniture AND removes bad odors.

    Cleaning Vintage Linens :: Hometalk

    $11....using supplies from the Dollar Store! This whole website is full of Dollar Store tutorials!

    These 21 Hacks Will Forever Change The Way You Clean Your House. They're Simply Genius themetapicture.com

    Make Paper Lanterns. 2 pieces of scrapbooking paper, on hand Scrap of ribbon, on hand Scissors and clear tape, on hand

    Water mineral deposits can build up on the inside workings of your toilet. These deposits restrict the free flow of water from the tank and can cause a weak flush. Quickly pour about a quart white vinegar down the overflow tube. Let the vinegar work for a minimum of an hour before flushing. The vinegar dissolves the calcium (hard water build up) in the flush ring and the siphon jet, allowing the toilet to once again work as designed. Annual treatment could be necessary.

    DUH!!!!! Why didn't I think of that?! Put aluminum foil in a bowl, pour the grease in. When it hardens, roll up the foil and throw it out!

    tiered bowl using dollar store bowls and candlesticks...brilliant

    Transform an Ugly Crockpot

    Turn paltes into mirrors

    SO FREAKIN AWESOME!!! Soak steel wool in apple cider vinegar, rub down new wood with the soaked steel wool for an instantly aged wood look. Good to know for "vintage" signs.

    How to Restore and Season a Cast-Iron Dutch Oven | Field & Stream

    Fill a spray bottle with hydrogen peroxide and 1/2 handful of baking soda. Shake it up and spray on carpet stains, upholstery stains, and clothing stains. pinner said, "I've used it for years and it works better than anything else."

    Soak orange peels in vinegar for two weeks in a sealed mason jar then pour the vinegar into a spray bottle. Use as a non-toxic and yummy smelling "green" cleaner. I love using vinegar to clean with but have always wondered how to make it smell better - can't wait to do this!

    Wood Butter - The perfect thing for your wood bowls and utensils.