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After-Swimming Ear-drops to prevent infections

Swimmers Ear Drops-So Easy

Repurposed container for cereal, etc. Great idea for all those OJ containers we go through!

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The No Sweat, Chemical-Free way to Remove Labels and Glue Residue from Your Jars

The NO Sweat, Chemical-Free Way to Remove Labels and Glue Reside from Your Jars-- brilliant!

Remove Label From A Bottle Easily...I know I posted to my wedding Pin but it all makes perfect sense..

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Photo Transfers Using Nail Polish Remover- Make Photo Tiles

Transferring photos onto tiles with nail polish remover

To remove odors from glass jars and plastic food storage containers - fill jar/container with warm water, add about a teaspoon of dry mustard. Shake the jar/container for a minute and let it sit overnight. The next morning, dump the nasty yellow liquid and run the jar/container plus lid through the dishwasher.

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How to Get Rid of Hard Water Stains in the Toilet

Cleaning tip: How to use vinegar and baking soda to remove hard water stains from your toilet bowl.

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How To Remove Sticker Goo!

removing sticky goo from bottles/jar/containers

Upcycle: how to take ink off plastic containers. Perfect for thrifty holiday gifts from the kitchen!

Just some acrylic paint poured in and swirled around. Let dry overnight. Cheap and easy!

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"Sweet" Ribbon Dispenser

Ribbon dispenser from a Tic Tac container

FineCraftGuild = DIY Crafts Home decor & Recipes: beautifully recycled, tutorialsfrom FineCraftGuild = DIY Crafts Home decor & Recipes: beautifully recycled, tutorials

Print Bed Sheets with Seashells

shell printing

Clean baseboards with Scrubbing Bubbles. Spray on, wipe off. It doesn't remove the paint!

BREAK IN SHOES IN TWO MINUTES: Put on socks and slip on your shoes.  Aim the hairdryer on the tight section for a few seconds (wiggle and stretch your feet inside the shoe for maximum benefit). Keep the shoes on while they cool. Remove the socks and test out shoes. It should be stretched out, but if you need more room, then repeat the process.