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Add baking soda to the water when you hard boil eggs. It raises the pH of the water and makes them easier to peel by reducing the albumen’s ability to stick to the shell

Add baking soda to the water when you hard boil eggs. It raises the pH of the water and makes them easier to peel by reducing the albumen’s ability to stick to the shell

Home Owner's Manual:  Annual Home Maintenance Calendar. Wow there is some really great information here that I did not know.

How To Set Up an Annual Home Maintenance Calendar

Home Owner's Manual: Annual Home Maintenance Calendar. Wow there is some really great information here that I did not know.

17 astuces ultimes pour celles qui détestent faire le ménage

17 astuces ultimes pour celles qui détestent faire le ménage

How to clean stainless steel. This really works! Spray Pledge on stainless steel appliance, let it sit for about 5 minutes, then wipe it clean with a paper towel and wow it is clean!

Need to remember this... Cheap way to replace watch batteries...

Need to remember this... Cheap way to replace watch batteries...

Silica gel packs - learn how many ways you can reuse them.

How to reuse silica gel packets

Spray vinegar on windshield before a winter storm & car windows will not frost over.

Spray vinegar on windshield before a winter storm & car windows will not frost over.

Scratches on discs happen. After one of our favorite DVDs started to skip after receiving a few too many scratches we started to look for a solution to salvage it. Sure there are DVD scratch removal devices that you can buy, but why waste money when there is a solution to be found right in our own homes? Using toothpaste, a banana, a rag and window cleaner we will show you how to remove scratches from a DVD and with any luck the unplayable will become playable.

How To Remove DVD Scratches With a Banana — Home Hacks

Scratches on discs happen. After one of our favorite DVDs started to skip after receiving a few too many scratches we started to look for a solution to salvage it. Sure there are DVD scratch removal devices that you can buy, but why waste money when there is a solution to be found right in our own homes? Using toothpaste, a banana, a rag and window cleaner we will show you how to remove scratches from a DVD and with any luck the unplayable will become playable.

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