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Laundry rooms are notorious for being cramped, unorganized, messy places, but that doesn’t have to be the case! Check out these handy tips for transforming your cluttered laundry room into a charming, clean, and inviting space that you might actually enjoy spending time in! .
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How to Clean Off Sand from the Beach • Feet: If your skin is relatively dry, but the sand is still sticking, rub your feet with a little baby powder or corn starch and the sand will fall right off.
How to Clean Patio Furniture • For plastic and metal furniture, fill a bucket with warm water and add a few squirts of dish detergent. Use a sponge to scrub away dirt and grime, then hose everything off. Towel dry to prevent water spots.
The Benefits of Extracurricular Activities Now that school is back in session, homework will once again occupy a lot of your child’s time. Though schoolwork is undoubtedly important, extracurricular activities are also incredibly beneficial to your child’s overall development. Check out some of these key benefits:
Prevent Color Loss Just like any colored fabric, carpet can fade and lose its color if not properly cared for. Here are a few things you can do to prevent color loss in your carpet: Keep Out the
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How to Clean Stinky Appliances 1. Your Sink/Garbage Disposal Pour 1 cup of baking soda down the drain followed by 1 cup of white vinegar. Let it sit for 10 minutes, and then flush it out by pouring a pot full of boiling water down the drain.