DIY Glass Cleaner by thefrugalgirls: This has been circulating on Pinterest for a very long time but I never got around to trying it until today. For years I've blamed window streaks on various cleaning solutions, rags, paper towels, newspapers and even the sunlight. This works astonishingly well and you can see the film of accumulated cleaner residue/dirt just sort of glide off. Thanks to @Elizabeth Silbermann and @Steven McGaughey! #DIY #Glass_Cleaner #thefrugalgirls
Had to share that my grandma does. Take a pants hanger and hang it on a cabinet in the kitchen to hold a cook book or any book and You have free hands to cook and look up if You forgot a stepReally good for people that are reading cooking intructions
Here is a large picture list of 50 different tricks and tips you can use in your everyday life. These Life Hacks include making it easier to go shopping to making home improvements easier. We all need some common sense
Two Ingredients -DIY Disposal Cleaner Ingredients: 1/2 cup lemon juice1/2 cup baking soda -Directions: Heat lemon juice in microwave for 30 seconds. Add baking soda slowly (it will bubble) and mix well. Turn on the disposal and pour down the drain. Turn on hot water for a few seconds to rinse away any mix remaining in the sink or the bowl. Use weekly. If disposal still has a bad odor, repeat.
Mix Borax with lemon juice into a fairly stiff paste and keep in a small plastic container. Rinse well when finished. Or Using bicarbonate of soda sprinkled directly into the sink & then rubbed with damp cloth produces excellent results.