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  • Janelle

    7 Reasons To Steal Baby Powder from Your Diaper Bag | dry shampoo | gardening | grease removal | stinky shoes | ants | creaky wood floors

  • Tania Tritt-Kuhr

    Baby Powder Grease Removal: Use a sponge to rub the powder on a stain until it’s gone. Fend off Ants: Sprinkle powder around their hideouts and they’ll be history. - Give Your Garden a Fighting Chance: The medicated-powder coating in baby powder (who knew?!) and helps reduce the chance of rot while warding off moles, voles, grubs and other pests. To give your plants a leg up, place 5-6 flower bulbs and about 3 tablespoons baby powder in a sealed plastic bag and give it a few gentle shakes. -

  • Mary McIntosh

    7 Reasons To Steal Baby Powder from Your Diaper Bag | Daily Savings From All You Magazine

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