Use a shower cap to prevent shoes from spreading dirt
Keep your dirty shoes covered when they’re indoors or when you’re packing with shower caps - they’ll prevent the soles from dirtying clothes or rugs.
Put Dryer sheets in your gym shoes to keep them smelling fresh
Notice a bad small coming from your gym bag? Air out your shoes by stuffing dryer sheets in them and letting them sit overnight.
Use a yogurt lid to prevent rust stains in the shower
Use an old yogurt lid as a coaster for your shaving-cream can to prevent rusty rings in your bathtub or shower.
Use Alka Selizers to clean toilets quickly and easily
Drop two tablets of Alka Seltzer in the toilet and leave for ten minutes and then easily wipe scum away. The fizzling action of Alka Seltzer helps get ride of built up grime in no time!
Hang clothes under apillow case to all the fabric to breath
Cover your delicate clothing item with pillow cases instead of plastic. Cut a hole at the top of the pillow case and slip a hanger through to let the fabric breath.
Use a wrapping paper tube to keep linens wrinkle free
Cover the tube in tissue paper and roll linens around it to keep linens wrinkle free!
Put paper plates between dishware to avoid scratches
Paper plates between stacked cookware will help prevent scratches and unnecessary noise in the kitchen!
Use lemon and salt to clean your copper dishware
Shine copper dishware or cutlery quickly and easily by using half a lemon dipped in salt. Rub the lemon over the items and polish with a damp cloth.
Use WD40 to remove crayon marks
WD40 helps remove crayon marks from most surfaces because using grease on grease helps get rid of stains. Use sparingly!
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