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5 Tips to Rehab Old Metal Chairs -

How to Paint Metal (and rusted!) chairs. Products, technique, process, etc... I love this!

creamy baby oil = no bites. And you wont smell like bug repellent?! Yes! Its worth a try...

Tick repellant: one part tea tree oil to 2parts water in a spray bottle. Spray on shoes socks or pant cuffs.

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Classic Martha Ideas

Rubbing a candle on old wooden drawers for easy sliding

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Friday's Fantastic Finds

A solar light used with a lampshade to make a patio lamp.

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Homemade mosquito repelent

HOMEMADE MOSQUITO REPELENT: 16 oz spray bottle 15 drops lavender oil 3-4 tablespoons vanilla extract 1/4 c lemon juice Fill bottle with water and shake.

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Poison Ants DIY

Poison Ants - I wish I had learned about this years ago! It's cheap, easy, fast and it WORKS!

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Tips for Cleaning Tile, Wood and Vinyl Floors

Use boiling water and two teabags to clean hardwood floors. The tannic acid in tea creates a beautiful shine for hardwood floors. Let two teabags steep in the boiling water for a few minutes. Pour the tea into a bucket. Take a soft cloth and wring it out in the tea. The cloth merely needs to be damp, not soaked. This will enable the floor to dry quickly. Wash the floor and be ready to be amazed by the sheen.

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My New Paint Method

easy way to create shanty chic distressed paint look. I've always wondered how that was done!

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10 Uses for Wax Paper

Place a layer of wax paper on top of upper kitchen cabinets where dust and grease particles gather. Every few months, switch out the paper for a fresh sheet. Includes other wax paper uses.

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How to Paint Metal Chairs

How to Paint Metal Chairs : Home Improvement : DIY Network

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Bathroom Cleaning Tips

Every month or two, give the pipes a good preventative cleaning to keep them clear of grease, oil, and hair clogs. Pour 1/2 cup baking soda down the drain, followed by 1/2 cup white vinegar. The mixture will foam up. Let stand for a few minutes to dissolve fatty acids, then pour boiling water down the drain to wash out any clogs. This really works!