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Skip the Harsh Cleaners: You Can Remove Rust with a Potato! — Tips from

Skip the Harsh Cleaners: You Can Remove Rust with a Potato! The potato trick is so handy (and non-toxic!) and it isn't limited to cast iron — you can use it to remove rust from baking pans, knives, and other household tools. Tips from The Kitchn

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Freeze & Preserve Fresh Herbs in Olive Oil — Tips from

Freeze & Preserve Herbs In Olive Oil ~ Here’s a new amazing way to shorten the time spent on kitchen and make your cooking way easier. More

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from Northern Belle Diaries

How to Remove Oil Stains or Grease Stains from Clothes

How to remove set in oil stains

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from Apartment Therapy

How To Clean & Season Rusty Cast Iron Skillets

chunk of potato and course salt to get rust off cast iron. thank you apartmenttherapy!

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from The Rising Spoon

How to Make Basil Salt: An Easy DIY Gourmet Finishing Salt

How to Make Basil Salt: An Easy DIY Gourmet Finishing Salt by therisingspoon: This is a great way to preserve your summer's bounty of basil and makes great gifts! #Salt #Basil #Finishing_Salt

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GLASS TOP STOVE CLEANER: 1.  Baking soda 2.  Liquid dish soap Start with about 1 tsp. of baking soda and add enough dish soap to form a paste (also about 1 tsp.).  Using a sponge with a mildly abrasive side but one that won’t scratch, work in circles focusing on tough areas of the stove top. When you’re done, wipe with a microfiber cloth to polish the glass surface.

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