Lengthen the Life of Your Lemons by Storing them in the Fridge

store lemons in fridge

Do you watch your lemons get moldy and wither away on the countertop? Lengthen the life of your lemons by storing them in the refrigerator. They will stay juicy and last longer.

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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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Steam Clean Your Microwave

steam clean your microwave

Microwaves get dirty quickly. A simple hack for loosening all of the bits of food and grease from the sides is by steam cleaning. Place a small microwave-safe bowl of white vinegar in the center of the microwave and warm for approximately 5 minutes. Microwave power varies, so be sure to monitor the cleaning and shorten the time if all the vinegar is evaporated. Use extreme caution with the bowl and any remaining liquid as they will be extremely hot. The debris and grime will be loosened and will easily wipe away.

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DIY Wine Cork Bag Clip

diy wine cork bag clip

If you are hunting around for a chip clip or simply something to hold a few pieces of paper together look no further than your bottle of wine from last night. Grab the cork, cut a slit in it, and repurpose as a chip bag clip or paper clip. It’s a great way to repurpose wine corks and bring a bit of Tuscany to your organization.

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DIY Cookbook Holder

diy cookbook holder

If you are running out of counter space or are having a tough time keeping your cookbook open to your recipe, consider this DIY cookbook holder using a plastic hanger meant for pants or skirts. Suspend the cookbook from an upper cabinet door knob using the plastic pant or skirt hanger and you’ll not only make your recipe more accessible but you will save valuable counter space.

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