Absorb Bottle Drips With Twine

absorb bottle drips with twine

Are you tired of wine or olive oil dripping down the sides of your bottle after every pour? Wrap twine around the top of a bottle to keep the liquid from dripping down the side. Not only will you keep your countertops clean and dry but you will also up your decor game.

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Deodorize Your Fridge With Coffee Grinds

deodorize fridge coffee grinds

Coffee grinds have the power to absorb unpleasant smells. Next time your fridge smells less than fresh, place used or new coffee dry grounds on the top shelf of your refrigerator to absorb those unpleasant odors.

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Use a Wire Hanger to Stop Static Cling

stop static cling

Are your winter clothes sticking together in the closet? Skip the inevitable static-cling hair look and grab an empty hanger instead. As long as the hanger is metal, all you will need to do is run it over the fabric to stop static cling. It will immediately remove the static and stop the cling. This hack is so simple that you don’t even need to go looking for supplies around the house. Chances are, there’s already a hanger suited for the job right there with the clothing.

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Use Vinegar and Baking Soda to Lift a Stain

lift a stain

Do you have stubborn stains on tile or other surfaces? Have you already tried scrubbing without any major success? This works amazingly for deep-set and stubborn stains on everything from porcelain to cloth. The major exceptions are wood and metal. Simply cover the stain with baking soda first and then pour on the vinegar to lift a stain. When the two cleaning ingredients combine, there will be an instant chemical reaction creating a strong foam that will lift even the toughest berry, ink, or coffee stains.
Problem solved!

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Make Your Own Natural Dryer Sheets

natural dryer sheets

Are you tired of purchasing dryer sheets? You’re not alone. Simply cut up some old clean rags or a towel and place them into a jar containing a mixture of white vinegar and a few drops of your favorite essential oil. Wring them out and hang them up to dry. Once they are dry, you’ll have a stack of natural dryer sheets ready to throw in with your next load of laundry. Each dryer sheet can be reused about half a dozen times before it needs to be revived. If you still want that official dryer sheet scent, skip the vinegar and essential oil and dip your reusable dryer sheets in fabric softener instead.

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Make Reusable Swiffer Pads Easily

Make reusable Swiffer pads

A Swiffer can be a lifesaver, but remembering to buy replacement mop pads can be a pain for you and the environment. Grab an old dishtowel or microfiber cloth, soak it in a solution of water and floor cleaner or vinegar, and snap it into place the same as you would with any Swiffer pad. When you’re done, just toss it in the laundry. Now, you can make reusable Swiffer pads to save the environment and some cash.

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