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    tutorial on how to turn old socks into a swiffer cover

    Swift Dust Socks--NO sewing! Now I know what to do with the single socks

    Tons of ways to use paper rolls, great project tutorials! Not just kids' crafts. Some really great ideas.

    Tutorial on how to clean your brush in minutes. No more gunk and residue!

    How to Re-Fluff saggy couch cushions. Best tutorial EVER! So easy.

    Gonna try this. Break in your shoes in 2 mins.

    DIY: Swiffer made from fleece. Apparently it works even better then the disposables and you can wash it!

    Homemade Glass Oven Door Cleaner : mix 1/4 cup of baking soda in a dish with just enough water to make a slightly runny paste. Spread mixture all over door & glass; wait 15-20 minutes; wipe off. If there are still spots left they should easily scrub off with a scour pad.

    101 hidden tricks to get your house sparkling in record time. pretty amazing website

    Brother SE400 Computerized Sewing And Embroidery Machine, , hi-res This will be my next sewing/embroidery machine!

    Swiffer cover

    Make your own re-usable Swiffer cover

    Make Your Own Reusable Swiffer Cloths!

    How to fold sheets into neat packages that actually sit pretty on linen closet shelves.

    Great tutorial on how to clean your washing machine and get rid of that stinky smell and mold for good! A must read!

    Cheap Garbage Disposal Cleaner/Deodorizer Slice lemons, put in ice cube trays and cover with vinegar. Freeze. Store in a ziplock bag. Pop one of these little cubes in the garbage disposal and grind away! Use these all the time! Love them!

    quickest way to clean your oven without any toxic chemicals. I just did this and I can't tell you the last time I could see through my oven door:)

    How to Clean Dirty Blinds.

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

    Create your own Blue Willow – inspired ceramics with this easy hack! Start with your favorite white ceramic dishes and a handful of blue Sharpie® markers. Paint details on your ceramics, emphasizing any raised lines or dots. For best results, use oil-based paint markers that don’t require a bake-to-cure method.

    Some cool ideas. Will need to try