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You don’t must be wealthy to dwell good; you can now outfox the excessive rate of residing the old fashioned five-and-dime method. Don’t be tempted by means of all of these “new” items at the cabinets; as an alternative, rediscover the facility of these wide-spread, thrifty home items your grandparents and oldsters used. You’ll keep a package with over 1,300 of those smart tricks and suggestions: • A Frisbee is a convenient merchandise to maintain round the residence and will be used as a conveyable puppy dish, paint palette, and paper plate holder • Hair spray is a cheap option to protect vegetation, get rid of puppy hair from a sofa, kill insects, and forestall static grasp • Cedar chips will force fleas from a puppy mattress, hold snails at bay on your backyard, and repel moths out of your wool sweaters • furnishings polish will spiff up hubcaps and bicycles, upload shine to bathe doorways, and prevent squeaky door hinges • Glass purifier will make your jewellery sparkle, relieve bee sting soreness, dry out acne, and shine patent leather-based footwear • Aluminum foil makes a gorgeous wrap for a marriage reward, works successfully instead for hair curlers in a pinch, and whilst put below your ironing board hide increases the potency of your iron • An ice cream scoop can be utilized to degree the suitable quantity of potting soil, form butter into fancy shapes for a vacation dinner, and shape excellent meatballs and cookies • A pillowcase will dry lettuce in seconds, makes a lovely summer season costume for a kid, covers a baby’s altering pad, and services as a go back and forth laundry bag • Knitting needles make fashionable hair add-ons, can function kebab holders for a enjoyable fruit snack, functionality as opposed to toothpicks to check a cake’s doneness, and will be used to guard your backyard from invading critters
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This same technique works on bloodstains, though a second treatment may be needed before washing. Make a gentle silver cleaner Don’t want to put harsh chemicals on Granny’s old silver? Make a cleanser that’s less harsh than commercial polishes—and one that won’t remove all the tarnish from a complicated pattern, a look many silver lovers prefer because it throws a beautiful pattern into stunning relief. Mix cornstarch with water to make a thick paste. Rub it on the silver and let it dry. Buff off with a lint-free cloth to bring up the shine.
World War I caused quality wheat to be both expensive and in short supply; then mass production post-war led to housewives choosing “store-bought” bread instead of baking from scratch, and sales dwindled. Going from bad to worse, the Great Depression arrived. Turning again to savvy marketing, the company sponsored a radio show starring Marjorie Mills, known as New England’s first lady of cookery and also the editor of the Boston Herald-Traveler’s Women’s Page. Broadcast in Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, the program promised five-pound bags of free flour to listeners who wrote to the show requesting purchase warrants.
Ketchup It’s on every table in every diner you’ve ever visited, and it’s hard to find a fridge that doesn’t hold a bottle. Ketchup is terrific for lots besides serving as a condiment for your burgers and fries. Clean detailed silver patterns Some people like a tiny bit of tarnish left in a complex silver pattern to throw the detail into relief, but if you want your silver to shine, shine, shine, without rubbing and wearing off the pattern, then ketchup is the way to go. The acids in ketchup will quickly remove every last speck of tarnish from an elaborate silver pattern, leaving it gleaming.
99 Cent Solutions: Over 1,300 Smart uses for everyday stuff including clothespins to keep hems in place as you sew, wiping down the fridge with tomato... by Reader's Digest