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How to remove permanent marker from everything! Clothes –hand sanitizer Walls –toothpaste or hairspray* Carpet –white vinegar Wood –rubbing alcohol *don’t scrub too hard with hairspray, you don’t want to remove the paint!

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How To Remove Permanent Marker

How to remove permanent marker from everything...important tips eventually! #permanentmarker #cleaning #home #lifehacks

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How to Remove Permanent Marker From Just About Anything

Tips and ideas on how to remove permanent marker or Sharpie from nearly everything.

This really worked! I finally removed that stubborn sticker! Easy, cheap, and convienient. 5 stars.

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Naturally Repair Wood

Naturally Repair Wood With Vinegar and Canola Oil. So, for a super cheap, use 3/4 cup of oil, add 1/4 cup vinegar. white or apple cider vinegar, mix it in a jar, then rub it into the wood. You don’t need to wipe it off; the wood just soaks it in.

"I was in Ulta today and a sales lady dropped nail polish. They immediately began pouring sugar on it. Did you know sugar makes nail polish clump up and you can sweep it right off the floor? I watched them. No scrubbing at all!"

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Use A Piece Of Bread To Pick Up Broken Glass

Use A Piece Of Bread To Pick Up Broken Glass ... So Simple.

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How to Unclog the Bathroom Sink

Unclogging Drains without harsh chemicals! Drop a couple of alka seltzer tablets into a slow drain and follow with a vinegar chaser. After a few minutes, rinse with hot water. Your drain will be as good as new.

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25 Tips for Naturally Cleaning with Vinegar #HeinzVinegar #cbias

TheCountryChicCottage.net Some people are not aware of the fact that ordinary white vinegar is excellent for cleaning many things.

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Practical Household Uses For Salt

How To SET The Color In New Clothes and Towels

Get rid of stinky, mildew towels. I love this recipe! My towels are so soft and clean smelling! So glad I found this, I was just about to throw out all of my towels and buy new because no matter how many times I washed them, they still stunk! I gave this a try and voila! My towels smell fresh and clean!

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Make Your Own Endless Supply of Swiffer Refills!

DIY Swiffer WetJet cleaning solution.

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How to Remove Oil Stains or Grease Stains from Clothes

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

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You'll Love This Powerful Homemade Carpet Cleaner

How to make carpet cleaner

Soak old paint brushes in HOT vinegar for 30 minutes and then wash. The old paint will come out and they will be as good as new.