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    Line a small dish with aluminum foil, a hand full of baking soda, toss in your silver and top with boiling water. It instantly removes tarnish chemically free.

    How to remove rust. You WILL NOT believe this!

    Clean Silver with Foil - aluminum foil, baking soda, salt, and boiling water - step by step, why it works, and what silver NOT to use it on! great info! from Planet June - cleaning silver tarnish tips aluminum foil, salt, baking and soda polish jewelry silverware (jewelry and cleaning boards)

    A simple and effective solution to get rid of cockroaches for good and with no usage of chemicals is to get some bottle caps and fill them with 50% baking Soda (Bicarbonate of Soda) and 50% powdered sugar. sugar attracts the roaches and soda kills them. As these bugs are hard case insects they will eventually explode from their own gases. Fill the caps every year.

    removing pet stains

    Seriously - best recipe ever for cleaning pillows. I spent the day cleaning pillows and mattress pads throughout the house. So clean and fresh. I'm in love!!!!!! washing pillows

    Baked marbles! Cool!

    Get Your Tarnished Silver Sparkling Clean without Expensive Cleaners

    10 uses for aluminum foil. eg cleaning silver.

    Simon Sebbag Stretch Bracelet (Nordstrom Exclusive) | Nordstrom

    Baking Soda Clay. This is amazing.

    This STAIN REMOVER REALLY WORKS!!!!!! DIY stain remover mixture as consisting of one part Dawn dishwashing liquid mixed with two parts HYDROGEN PEROXIDE

    Ladies make sure your always sparkling. I always use this homemade solution to clean my jewelry, no harsh chemicals and works on all metals.

    Who Knew? sugar and lemon juice to clean tarnished brass

    How to Remove SET IN Oil Stains from already washed clothing! Brilliant!

    How to keep your Shower clean with Rain X www.uncommondesig...

    Step-by-step tutorial for DIY spoon rings.

    SCOUR OFF HEAVY DUTY PASTE... The best non-toxic way to clean your oven... smells like cherries!

    distressed metal - actually cardboard, aluminum foil and paint! who knew?