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Pinner says, "Cleaning your toilet with coca cola will get out the nastiest stains! One pinner said: "I had my cousin try it when they bought a house and the toilets were disgusting, this trick left the toilets looking like new! I have also used Coke for cleaning soot off of the fireplace heat box, or outdoor grill. I'm glad I don't drink this stuff if it is that great of a cleaning product!" Really..."

Exterior shiplap siding in a translucent stain, gives a gray weathered look that stands up to the elements and grows more beautiful with time.

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Make your own earphone buds out of ear plugs to cancel noise better

I had thought of this, glad im not the only one

The Rivers West Field Pro Smock is a brilliant piece of kit for the field, I don't how they do it but they have managed to make a fully waterproof 3 way stretch fabric that really works!

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Kids Crafts: 3 Kings

3 Kings Craft. Super simple. Make a whole nativity.

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How to Descale & Clean Your Keurig Brewer

Best Keurig cleaning tutorial I've seen!

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How to Clean a Toilet With Coke

How to Clean a Toilet With Cola. The most perfect place for cola. #home #bathroom #trick

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Spring-Cleaning Organizing Tips

Spring cleaning organizing tips

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How to Use Coke a Cola to Clean

Coca Cola Cleaner: It turns out that Coca Cola can be used a to clean bathtub, sink, toilet, clogged pipes, greasy clothes, pots and pans, windshield, and battery cables.

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An easy cleaning tip for one of the worst jobs in the house

Use this method simply wipe disgusting burners clean with a sponge.

2. Steam clean mystery stains out of your carpets using an iron. | 31 Ways To Seriously Deep Clean Your Home

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How to Clean Your Dishwasher

Clean clean clean

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Cleaning with Vinegar

I've tried everything to get my stainless steel appliances clean. Then I discovered cleaning vinegar and a microfiber cloth. Easiest way to Clean with Vinegar - The Seasoned Homemaker