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  • Christina Spring

    101 Household Tips for Every Room in your Home | Glamumous! Place a wooden spoon over a pan to stop the water from boiling over

  • Doris Lancaster

    Previous pinner says - Did you know that putting a wooden spoon over the top of a pot of boiling water or any other liquid will keep it from boiling over? I use this tip all the time and it works! Now you can't put it over the pot AFTER it boils over. You need to place the wood spoon over the top of your pot the water starts to boil. Try it...works every time!

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