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Pinner says "Ok, I just tried this and it seriously did work. I did it twice on a burner that's had scorch marks for a year or more and they're gone! For anyone as OCD about cleaning as I am, this is a must! I would be prepared to do it at least twice, more if you've got bad burns. This really works!!!"

How to get burn marks out of your glass top stove. It works! This is actually my stove. I tried EVERYTHING before this :) (I may do it one more time to get it all) All you need is baking soda, peroxide, and a rag :)

Do you want your greasy oven vent filter clean. It's simple. Use a BIG pot, fill it with water and bring to a boil. Add 1/2 cup of baking soda very slowly. Add a tablespoon of baking soda at a time, it fizzes up fast (Be careful) Take your filter and put it in the pot 1/2 of the filter at a time. Let air dry by camsmommi

from The Creek Line House

The No Sweat, Chemical-Free way to Remove Labels and Glue Residue from Your Jars

The No Sweat, Chemical-Free way to Remove Labels and Glue Residue from Your Jars More

from Northern Belle Diaries

How to Remove Oil Stains or Grease Stains from Clothes

LAUNDRY STAIN TIP: How to Remove Set In Oil Stains from Clothes. Perfect for those little butter stains too!

from BuzzFeed

35 Lifechanging Ways To Use Everyday Objects

BY FAR THE COOLEST TIPS EVER !!! These are 35 of the most useful tips I have ever read. I will seriously be doing 98% of these on a regular base.

Whiter whites - adding 1/2 c. baking soda to your usual amount of liquid laundry detergent will give you “whiter whites”. If you are fan of bleach {like I am} adding 1/2 c. baking soda in top-loading machines (1/4 c. for front-loaders) also increases the potency of bleach, so you need only half the usual amount of bleach.