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LET’S start with some unexpected and smart uses for the toilet rolls. You can use it as a kitchen knife case to protect your hands. Or you can make super cute toys and yarn pom poms. You can also organize the eggplant sprouts in your garden.
And if you need to get rid of the hanger marks on your pants guess what’s gonna come in handy again?
And if you fold a toilet roll into heart-shaped form you can make the cutest prints on the fabric bag, using acrylic paint. Or make colorful flowers or nice owls. Another idea – super handy makeup organizer where you can keep your rouge brushes, mascara and other stuff.
Old broken things deserve a second life! So I highly recommend to watch these brilliant easy ways to restore damaged things!
If your beautiful silver ring starts to get rusty just pour some Cola into a pan. Let it boil. Then put your ring into the boiling water and rest there for a couple of minutes.
This time I’ve prepared some ingenious ideas for cans and bottles for you to try! They’re so incredibly fun, creative and entertaining!
Learn how to make Wi-Fi signal booster, make cookie cutters from soda cans, reuse plastic bottles, cool gift wrapping ideas, make fantastic bubble machine and telescope! : )
One of my favorite hacks with plastic bottle – home slippers! You should definitely give it a try!
Plastic bottles are also great for making orange fresh or use it to apply buttercream or cake frosting!
Or you can make cute lamp from plastic bottles! It’s up to you! 🙂
6:05 Hanger marks?
8:42 Coffee scrub
10:48 Brand new wallet
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In this video, cleaning expert, Melissa Maker, shows how to wash produce in a quick and effective way using an eco-friendly, homemade produce wash. Produce has pesticides and other unfriendly grime, so this is how to wash produce properly and safely.
Thomas asked: Is there a cheaper way to clean my produce properly?
What you need-
1) Fruits and vegetables
2) 2 tablespoons of baking soda
3) 2 tablespoons of lemon juice
4) 1 cup of water
5) spray bottle
7) funnel (optional)
Shelf life: 2 weeks
In the spray bottle, pour the lemon juice, baking soda and water. Shake it up and set the spray bottle to mist. Put the fruits and vegetables into the strainer and douse using the spray bottle over a sink. Let the produce sit for a few minutes, then rinse with cold water. Allow the produce to air dry in the strainer and enjoy!
Did you know? Lemon juice acts as a natural disinfectant, while baking soda provides the fine grit needed to clean everything off the surface of your produce.
FYI: Thick-skinned fruit like an orange or banana don’t need to be washed since you don’t eat the skin. Thin skinned fruits and vegetables like an apple, grape or tomato should be washed before eating.
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