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  • Cindy O'Neil

    Salt as Iron Cleaner and other amazing household tips

  • A Junkin

    Baby Oil as Paint Remover. Panty Hose as Candle Cleaner. Salt as Iron Cleaner. Newspaper as Refrigerator Odor Absorber. Salt as Homemade Drain Cleaner. Olive Oil as Stainless Steel Cleaner. Lint Roller as Handbag Cleaner. Hair Spray as Lipstick Stain Remover. Aluminum Foil as Glassware Scrubber. Baking Soda as Silver Polish. Dryer Sheet as Iron Cleaner. Baking Soda as Carpet Freshener. Etc!!!

  • Emily U

    Salt as Iron Cleaner and lots of helpful hints

  • Lucy Johnson

    Salt as Iron Cleaner & many other helpful tips

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