How to Fold Fitted Sheets

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Grow Your Own Garlic from Regular Cloves

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Like many “onion-ish” plants, garlic can be regrown using just a clove. Simply plant a single clove root end down and the next thing you know you’ll be warding off vampires and cooking like a proper Italian!

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Vanilla or Essential Oil to Freshen Bathroom Air When It’s Most Needed

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The bathroom doesn’t have to smell unpleasant. Adding a couple drops of vanilla or your favorite essential oil to your toilet paper tube can freshen bathroom air when it’s most needed, if you know what we’re saying. Just don’t start getting any ideas about baking cookies in the bathroom to keep things smelling fresh and appealing!

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Cutting Board Countertop Hack

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So, you’re running a little short on countertop space? Fear not! This handy kitchen hack can multiply your kitchen workspace with ease. While the cutting board shown here is on the small side, this hack works best with a rectangular board that fits fairly evenly over one of your drawers. Just make sure the drawer isn’t over-extended and that the board is stable and well-supported, or the “hack” might wind up being from a knife injury. Once your cutting board is in place, enjoy your newly expanded countertop, whether its for actual cutting, or just additional space to set things on.

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Four Uses for Coffee Filters

Think coffee filters are just for brewing coffee? Think again! Check out this video which includes alternative coffee filter usage for everything from cleaning glass to eating popcorn!

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Grow Your Own Pineapple and Live the Tropical Dream

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If your a fan of exotic and tropical-looking bromeliad plants, you might already know that pineapple is just another bromeliad. Granted, it’s a delicious bromeliad though. Taking the leafy crown off a store-bought pineapple is all you really need to grow your own. Just make sure to remove any fruit that might still be attached to the crown (it can cause rotting). Plant it in rich, well-drained soil and water regularly, tapering watering to weekly once the plant is established. Be patient, your first harvest is likely a couple years off.

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