Nothing is harder to clean than items with limitations (like stuffed animals, faux wool slippers and tweed chairs), but I have a great recipe to help you wash almost all of your unwashables. Three dirty problems and one safe, simple solution.
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Is your cookware covered in weird staining left behind from years of cooking spray? The task of cleaning it is not easy at all. In fact, it is downright miserable. I’m going to tell you how to rejuvenate your baking pans and how to avoid ever having to do it again.
As any gardener knows, the harvest is the best part of gardening. When it is time to reap what you’ve sown, a basket will do, but a harvest apron is even better. Plus, it doubles as a gardening apron to keep those knees clean when you’re working in the soil.
Think about how much a roll of paper towels costs. Do you try to save a few buck by buying the cheap or store brand paper towels? For just a couple bucks you can make 30 unpaper towels. And the best part? It requires no fancy sewing machine and it takes almost no time at all.
Here is a do-it-yourself laundry detergent that is powerful and performs better than any commercial laundry detergent I’ve ever used. The best part? I know how to pronounce everything that goes into it and being powder, there is no melting, pouring, sitting or other obnoxious steps. Measure, mix and you’re good to go.