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  • Nicole Harper

    Spray Snow Shovel with cooking spray so snow and ice slide off. Great idea for those wet sticky snow days!

  • Tamara Cooper-Leavitt

    Several great cleaning tips. My favorite - spray both sides of a plastic or metal shovel with cooking spray and the ice will slide right off shovel. Next snowfall, I'm putting it to the test!

  • Becky Young

    Spray metal or plastic shovel liberally with cooking spray on both slides before going out to shovel snow. Ice will slide right off making your job much easier! TONS of other great household tips here!

  • Matilde Rice

    Use Cooking Spray as an Ice R Before clearing snow off a driveway, liberally spray both sides of a plastic or metal shovel with cooking spray. The ice will slide right off the oily surface. It's the easiest trick for smoother snow #recipes cooking #cooking guide #cooking tips| http://cooking-guide-798.blogspot.com

  • LaDona Wheatley

    This is a great idea for not only snow shovels, but any type of shovel. For gardening tools I would use this before use and after cleaning the item with water, and before it dries to prevent rust! Olive oil works better on all this stuff and won't harm your plants like motor oil.

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