Here's how to turn a washing machine drum into a firepit. It’s a super-easy project and the design of the stainless steel drum is perfect for a fire. The small holes around the drum not only allow for oxygen flow to the fire but also make for a pretty light show. Although this one has welded feet, you can leave these off. http://www.home-dzine.co.za/garden/garden-washing-machine-firepit.htm
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Versez une demi-tasse de bicarbonate de soude et une tasse de vinaigre dans un évier bouché. Attendez que ça ait fini de mousser, puis rincez l’évier. Un moyen pas cher et écologique pour déboucher un évier!
Listerine foot soak Listerine: the BEST way to get your feet ready for summer. Sounds crazy but it works! Mix 1/4c Listerine (any kind but I like the blue), 1/4c vinegar and 1/2c of warm water. Soak feet for 10 minutes and when you take them out the dead skin will practically wipe off!
All-natural Hardwood Floor Cleaner So easy to make and boy does it do GREAT job! 2tablespoons of Dawn dish soap with a 1/4 cup of Apple Cider Vinegar and a gallon of warm-hot water (to break up the dirt).
I found some French graphics at the Graphics Fairy. For the bucket, I cut a page size piece of brown package paper and sent it through my printer. To age the paper, I just dipped it into water and laid it on newspaper sprinkled with instant tea and let dry. I adhered the paper to the bucket with mod podge. I did not put a coat of mod podge over the top. I tore the edges a little for a more aged look.
McCormick Specialty Herbs And Spices Cream Of Tartar, 1.5 oz
Use a few tablespoons of cream of tartar with hot water or hydrogen peroxide and clean any aluminum pans which have discoloration or any rusty drains, pans, or stains. Mix some cream of tarter with lemon juice and rub the copper with it. Rinse and be amazed! How about a porcelain sink, tub, commode? Rub the porcelain surfaces with cream of tartar and watch the stains disappear. Fabric stains? No prob. Mix a few teaspoons of cream of tartar with some glycerin and use like spray-and-wash.