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    [Note from Jonathan, If you think this is cool, check out my iPhone enabled / Intercom / video chat doorbell] Living in Las Vegas, and spending so much time in the pool has taught me, you need to keep drinking, to stay hydrated, and th...
    August 7, 2012

    Floating cooler made with 1 noodle, string and a plastic container. @Vickie Covington You need this!!!

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    Homemaker tips...good ones! I will thank myself for pinning this one day!

    fill with citronella oil and use outside!

    Pool Noodles


    This was originally posted for beverages but I'm thinking it will also work as a goal for pool games or a basket for small pool toys.....hmmmm

    Summer Camp: 20 Ways To Use Pool Noodles - Design Dazzle

    Pool noodles and a plastic storage container.

    floating beverage holder for the lake/pool!

    Fill container with vinegar, sugar and salt to trap wasps... I'll be placing these around the yard this year!

    Catch annoying drips...

    Use a paper cup to catch debris when drilling into the ceiling. smart

    How to turn ugly plastic containers to something more appealing.

    Pool Noodle Luminaries. Use battery operated tea lights and pool noodles. You can even float them on the water! Great ideas for that perfect pool party.

    Use-Your-Noodle! Line dry flat items without creases

    Replace the middle board of picnic table with rain gutter for drinks...great idea

    LOTS of Magic Eraser uses... did you know you can cut a piece off and float it in your toilet overnight and voila! no more toilet ring!

    SO GOOD TO KNOW! How to Clean Your Gross Plastic Containers 1. Fill almost to the top with water and a squirt of dish soap 2. Add 1/4 cup of bleach 3. Microwave the container for 40 seconds, or until the solution is boiling 4. Allow to rest until the water is lukewarm 5. Wash out your container and it is as good as new!

    Cool! Use boiling water instead of tap water to make clear ice. Great for putting fruit, herbs, flowers or surprises in.

    $2 DIY beverage float - the neighbors are going to love us...