Thursday, March 8, 2012

Handy Homemaker Tips & Tricks V

Here are 10 more easy {and budget friendly} tips and tricks for all you homemakers out there! 

1. Take scratches out of your CDs/DVDs using a banana

Peel the banana. Rub the banana on the CD in a circular motion. Use the underside of the peel and rub the banana in deeper. Wipe away the residue with a lint-free cloth, like you’d use to clean your car windows. Using another cloth, remove smudges with a spritz of Windex. Voila, she is like new! 

2. Store bedding in a pillow case


3. Take scratches out of furniture with a walnut


4. Magnetic strip as storage behind vanity door


5. Upside down muffin pan for cookie bowls


6. Hull strawberries using a straw


7. Use coffee filters to keep soil from falling through the hole


8. How to clean your glass cooktop {Click Here}


9. How to clean your dishwasher {Click Here}



10. Use a hot glue gun to apply a zig zag pattern on plastic hangers to prevent  wide necked shirts from falling off



9 comments:

  1. These are super awesome :) Thanks for sharing :)

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  2. Storing the linens in a pillowcase - wow i'm dumb, that is genious! You're a gem, thanks!

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  3. I store my linens like that but then always freak out when I go to change the bed - "where's the rest!?". So, smart idea but maybe not for not-so smart people. Thanks for the tips!

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  4. Such wonderful ideas...especially the dishwasher one. Living in DC everything is "old" and I feel like my dishwasher is never clean enough....I will for sure try this out.

    thanks! :) Have a great week!

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  5. Our dishwasher definitely needs a good clean - thanks so much for sharing! :)

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  6. These are great! I've been looking for a good way to clean our stovetop :)

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  7. Thanks for the wonderful tips!! Who knew you could use a banana to get the scratches out of a cd?

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  8. Loving all these tips and tricks!! The walnut one is great!

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  9. The magnetic strip also works well on a filling cabinet at the office to hold paper clips, etc!

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