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Post a handy tip of the day. - Chat Brat Anonymous
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  •           Sadie          Jun 26, 2005 #1
       PQ inspired this thread with a nice tip on another thread regarding
     keeping a spare key taped inside your gas cap.
     
     So, it gave me the idea for us to post some other handy tips for the board,
     
     It can cover anything and everthing. Serious or silly.
     
     If you think you know something that might help your fellow CBA'ers
     then please share it with us.
     
     :)
     
     Here is one that I didn't know until someone showed me.
     When you want to cut and pasts something, instead of clicking on edit and
     doing it that way, just highlight what you want to copy and do ctrl c.
     To past it do ctrl v
     Also, to bold something, highlight it and do ctrl b.     
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           Pioneer Queen          Jun 26, 2005 #2
       Here ya go:
     
     Well then let me give you some timely advice......duct tape a spare car key to the inside of your gas cover thingie. I lost my car key at Walmart this morning......I bet its handing on the cart somewhere....I thought about that halfway home......so I stopped by a store and had more keys made.......but if I hadn't had that spare key taped there....or hidden in a magnetic box or something....I'd a been screwed.
     
     SO there's my handy tip for the day.             luna          Jun 26, 2005 #3
       To select everything you do ctrl a.
     
     To cut you do ctrl x, and if you want to do bold underline, or italics, you do ctrl u and ctrl i respectively.
     
     I know it sounds stuid, but I used to do it the hard way.            Richard Stanz     
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      Could be lostCould be lost       Jun 26, 2005 #4
       Buy low and sell high.
     Don't take no wooden nickles.
     
     That's all of Uncle Leonard's folksy wisdom that I can recall.
     
     I can't remember any handy tips myself. They're like good jokes - great when you hear them, you promise yourself to tell everybody, then they fade out like dreams in the morning.   "And to the republic........."!     Share                Dr. Who?     
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      Could be lostCould be lost       Jun 26, 2005 #5
       Dont eat the yellow snow.
     
     :rof:   Life is good........right up untill somebody screws it up on you.     Share                 luna          Jun 26, 2005 #6
       Ug! I saw a kid do that on a dare once. Other kids were barfing!            drummagick     
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      Straight Jacket TimeStraight Jacket Time       Jun 26, 2005 #7
       My daughter got some kind of white paint on her
     favorite black skirt. I sprayed hairspray on it
     and it peeled right off! I don't know if it works
     for all kinds of paint though.   <a href="http://www.wunderground.com/US/WA/Wenat ... ck=infobox">
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       Very good one Drum! I get paint all over me all of the time.
     
     My Sister sprays hair spray on color dye at her shop when she gets it on her clothing.
     
     It washes right out.
     
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      Creepy as HellCreepy as Hell       Jun 26, 2005 #9
       Seaweed salad is a very good source of fiber, let me tell you!!!       Share                Absolutely Fab     
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      On the watch listOn the watch list       Jun 26, 2005 #10
       tip of the day.... :unsure: :unsure:
     
     
     
     
     
     never drink and drive?    Fools in lust can never get enough love...
     
          Share                 SouthernGrace          Jun 26, 2005 #11
       Good tips. I'll for sure have to remember that one Drum.
     
     Anyone know how to get watermelon out of the carpet? I spilled some last week and even though I started on it right away and even got the oxy stuff out it's still a little pink :(.
     
     My tip is one my mom taught me. Instead of using a sponge or something to wash dishes...I use a little piece of tulle/net not sure what it's called.
     
     Ummm this stuff: It's not the thin thin bridal/gift wrapping kind so I think you call it net but I'm sure you know what I'm talking about.
     
     Anyway, you can buy up a bunch cheap and just cut off a piece as you need it. It's cheap, works sooo well, doesn't get gross and germy, you can get a color to match your kitchen and it won't scratch any of your pots or dishes. I usually buy a yard or so and go on and cut it into squares so I can just grab one.
     
     I bought a stupid dishwasher not too long ago and can't stand that thing. I use it now only because I spent a lot of money on it because I thought I wanted one and I can't just let it sit there. I miss washing dishes, lol.            Absolutely Fab     
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      On the watch listOn the watch list       Jun 26, 2005 #12
       interesting tip, grace :clap: i don't like dishwashers either. you waste a lot of water and soap and you have to pre wash them anyway to get rid of all the food before you put them in the dishwasher anyway. i had one once and i just gave it to someone who thought would use it more than i did.    Fools in lust can never get enough love...
     
          Share                 luna          Jun 26, 2005 #13
       I love that net stuff!
     
     I don't buy it in bulk, but I use it to scrub in the Kitchen and bathrooms.
     
     It cuts down on using any chemicals.
     
     I use baking soda and vinegar to clean.            drummagick     
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      Straight Jacket TimeStraight Jacket Time       Jun 26, 2005 #14
       Anyone know how to get watermelon out of the carpet? I spilled some last week and even though I started on it right away and even got the oxy stuff out it's still a little pink>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
     
     Ooohhhh!! I just discovered this stuff, took a coffee stain out of the living
     room carpet (light beige) in just seconds. Hang on, have to run downstairs
     and get the bottle.
     
     Ok I'm back. I got it at Safeway, it's called Folex Instant Carpet Spot Remover.
     You just spray it on, rub it in a bit with your finger and blot it up with a
     paper towel. No scrubbing, no rinsing.   <a href="http://www.wunderground.com/US/WA/Wenat ... ck=infobox">
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       :worship: DRUM!! Thank you so much sweetie. Mine is light beige too and it's in the hallway where everyone can see it. Thank you SO much. I'll look for some this evening. THANK YOU!!!! Super huge mega :hugs:
     
     AbFab, yeah I know. I don't know why I wanted one so bad. I just look at it now and think how many clothes it could have bought! :wall: I really do resent it. It takes FOREVER and I think I could have washed them a dozen times by now. Plus you have to wait to have enough to make it worth while. I wish I could return it or sell it but I had to have a place cut in and readied just to get it. Oh well. I've learned now. btw, I'm trying to reply to you but I'm having problems with PMs. I think it is something on my end.
     
     Awesome luna. I'll have to try it in the bathroom too. Didn't think about that.             luna          Jun 26, 2005 #16
       It's very good with a sprinkle of baking soda at cleaning out tub, comode and sink.
     
     I use different colors for each.
     
     
     See the OCD at work in my head! LOL!             SouthernGrace          Jun 26, 2005 #17
       Haha, don't worry I'm your OCD sister. Trust me!! :rofl:
     
     I try to control it for other peoples sanity.
     
     I will definitely try that. Thank you. :hugs:            Absolutely Fab     
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      On the watch listOn the watch list       Jun 26, 2005 #18
       i know. they take forever to finish!! but oh well... once you have it, you use it... but...
     
    SouthernGrace,Jun 26 2005 wrote:btw, I'm trying to reply to you but I'm having problems with PMs.  I think it is something on my end.
    that's ok. no prob :hugs:    Fools in lust can never get enough love...
     
          Share                 Pioneer Queen          Jun 26, 2005 #19
       If you ever get Clorox on your hands, you know how hard it is to wash off.....has that slimy feel. Pour some vinegar on your hands and it immediately neutralizes the bleach and your hands are back to normal.........its our basic chemisty....bleach is a base, vinegar is an acid so they neutralize they other pH wise.             Pioneer Queen          Jun 26, 2005 #20
       Mr PQ volunteers this one....don't touch your penis after picking habanero peppers......             SouthernGrace          Jun 26, 2005 #21
       :rofl:
     
     I CANNOT WAIT TO MEET YOU TWO!!!
     
     omg!!            Absolutely Fab     
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      On the watch listOn the watch list       Jun 26, 2005 #22
       
    Pioneer Queen,Jun 26 2005 wrote: Mr PQ volunteers this one....don't touch your penis after picking habanero peppers......
    :rof: :rof: that's it. i fell off the chair with that one :rof: :rof:    Fools in lust can never get enough love...
     
          Share                 Pioneer Queen          Jun 26, 2005 #23
       
    Absolutely Fab,Jun 26 2005 wrote:
    Pioneer Queen,Jun 26 2005 wrote: Mr PQ volunteers this one....don't touch your penis after picking habanero peppers......
    :rof: :rof: that's it. i fell off the chair with that one :rof: :rof: I am SO glad you are entertained.... :rof: :rof: :rof: :roar:            drummagick     
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      Straight Jacket TimeStraight Jacket Time       Jun 26, 2005 #24
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       Here's a good one...parchment paper when cooking.....you know, gooey things or letting fudge set up? I line the dish with parchment paper and you can just lift whatever it is out whole AND you have one less dish to wash.             Pioneer Queen          Jun 27, 2005 #26
       If your cat wont get in the carrier to go to the vet, put him in the car loose, and when you get to the vet, he will MORE than happy to get IN the carrier so you can carry him into the exam area!!             luna          Jun 27, 2005 #27
       My cats always climb inside my shirt when we get to the Vet's office and try to morph into my bra!
     
     I had one ol'Vet offer to complete my Cat's exam from inside my shirt. lol!
     
     I wrap the cats in a towel and pretty much push them into carrier. I can't do it otherwise.
     
     The other trick of levving the carrier in the corner and letting them nap in it never worked.
     
     They developed bulemia and threw up hairballs in it every chance they got!            Cubby     
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      Chat-aholicChat-aholic       Jun 28, 2005 #28
       Before Frying Bacon, rinse it with Cold water and it won't shrivel in the pan :tsup:
     
     :stoner:   
     
     
     Check me out One time     Share                 Pioneer Queen          Jun 28, 2005 #29
       
    Cubby,Jun 28 2005 wrote: Before Frying Bacon, rinse it with Cold water and it won't shrivel in the pan :tsup:
     
    :stoner: REALLY??? WOW...that IS good to know!! THANKS!!!            Cubby     
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      Chat-aholicChat-aholic       Jun 28, 2005 #30
       I figured You might like that for your Famous BLT's
     
     :weed:   
     
     
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      Could be lostCould be lost       Jun 28, 2005 #31
       When disposing of a body in water (pond, lake, ocean, etc.), always use weights equal to *three times* the weight of the body. This may seem excessive, but the gasses of decomposition will bring the corpse to the surface unless you follow the 3-times rule.
     
     Also, wrap the weights securely about the offending corpus. Don't rely on bindings around the neck or the legs, and wave motion may sever both. Wrapping the remains securely in a thick tarp and then securing the weights is the best method.
     
     Tomorrow, we'll learn how to prepare a tasty treat using only new potatoes and a dash of corn starch!       Share                Sadie     
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      Creepy as HellCreepy as Hell       Jun 28, 2005 #32
       Wow Cubby, I never knew that. On that note, never, ever fry bacon without pants on...especially if you are tall enough to be..uhm over the stove.
     
     
     :rofl: @ Tooth.
     
     
       
     
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      Chat-aholicChat-aholic       Jun 28, 2005 #33
       :unsure: ouch!!
     
     :rofl:
     
     :rasta:   
     
     
     Check me out One time     Share                 Druthers          Jun 28, 2005 #34
       
    gogeta,Jun 28 2005 wrote: Wow Cubby, I never knew that. On that note, never, ever fry bacon without pants on...especially if you are tall enough to be..uhm over the stove.
     
     
    :rofl: @ Tooth. and on that note... don't fry bacon topless.            Sadie     
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      Creepy as HellCreepy as Hell       Jun 28, 2005 #35
       
    Druthers,Jun 28 2005 wrote:
    gogeta,Jun 28 2005 wrote: Wow Cubby, I never knew that.  On that note, never, ever fry bacon without pants on...especially if you are tall enough to be..uhm over the stove.
     
     
    :rofl: @ Tooth. and on that note... don't fry bacon topless. :rofl:   
     
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      Straight Jacket TimeStraight Jacket Time       Jun 28, 2005 #36
       If you cook bacon in the oven, you can make more than
     you can fit in a frying pan, you don't have to turn it
     (although I do once), and it seems to shrink less.
     
     Plus you don't get grease spatters all over the kitchen,
     and there's no chance of getting hot grease on your
     naughty bits.
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Re: Post a handy tip of the day. - Chat Brat Anonymous
« Reply #1 on: Apr 27, 2019    11:13:46 PM »
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      I think I can I think I...I think I can I think I...       Jun 28, 2005 #37
       If your ever making anything spicy hot (like salsa, stuffed jalapenos, etc…) and you get those oils on your skin from all the onions, garlic, and peppers. And your hands are on fire and washing with water only makes it worse!!!
     
     Wash your hands with a product called ‘GOOP’… It’s a waterless multi purpose hand cleaner used in the auto mechanic industry to clean the dirt and oil from the hands and fingernails. Most stores carry it or it can be found at an auto parts store.
     
     The only thing I found that works besides using gloves in the first place while cutting your spicy veggies…
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      On the watch listOn the watch list       Jun 28, 2005 #38
       on the same note... if you get an oil burn the best way to avoid the blisters and serious burn is to rub it to something equally oily, like butter. NEVER with water. it's because of some chemical stuff, base/acid thing. :)
     
     tooth LOL but it scares me that you know that stuff :unsure: :rof:    Fools in lust can never get enough love...
     
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      Could be lostCould be lost       Jun 28, 2005 #39
       We had quite an interesting series of kindergarten teaches, Ab Fab. The things we buried in that sand-box . . .       Share                Absolutely Fab     
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      On the watch listOn the watch list       Jun 28, 2005 #40
       :rof: :rof: since kindergarten? so no body paint for you? no playing with dolls? cooking pies? haha i guess that was just for girls and while we were playing with dolls, boys were chopping and burying them?    Fools in lust can never get enough love...
     
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      Creepy as HellCreepy as Hell       Jun 28, 2005 #41
       This is the only doll guys play with..
     
       
     
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      Could be lostCould be lost       Jun 28, 2005 #42
       I can recall many a happy hour playing with dolls, Ab Fab.
     
     Stick a pin in, listen for the distant scream. It was quite the game!       Share                Absolutely Fab     
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      On the watch listOn the watch list       Jun 28, 2005 #43
       :rof: :rof:    Fools in lust can never get enough love...
     
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      Straight Jacket TimeStraight Jacket Time       Jun 28, 2005 #44
       
    Toothneeker,Jun 28 2005 wrote: I can recall many a happy hour playing with dolls, Ab Fab.
     
     Stick a pin in, listen for the distant scream. It was quite the game!
    hehe
     
     on that note, when I first started making and selling jewelry, I was making
     these antique looking hatpins, and left some on consignment at a local
     antique store. After about 3 weeks, 2 finally sold, and when I went in
     to pick up my money the lady told me that the person who bought them
     was going to use them for voodoo doll pins. Forever after at that store,
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       :hehe: y'all     
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           luna          Jun 28, 2005 #46
       
     HOUSEHOLD TIPS
     (and yes, some are very odd)
     
     
     DISCLAIMER: I am not responsible for any mishaps caused by using any of these tips.
     
     
     * Pam cooking spray will dry finger nail polish
     
     
     * Cool whip will condition your hair in 15 min
     
     
     * Mayonnaise will kill lice , it will also condition your hair
     
     
     * Spike your hair with Close-up tooth paste, (it will also give it a tint)
     
     
     * Elmer’s Glue-paint on your face, allow it to dry, peel off and see the dead skin and blackheads, if any.
     
     
     * Shiny Hair – use brewed Lipton Tea
     
     
     * Sunburn – empty a large jar of Nestea into your bath water
     
     
     * Poison Oak – witch hazel relieves itching and speeds healing
     
     
     * Minor burn – Colgate or Crest toothpaste
     
     
     * Burn your tongue? Put sugar on it!
     
     
     * Kitchen burns – cut fresh aloe vera leaf into slabs and tape moist side directly on burn overnight - stops pain fast and heals almost overnight!
     
     
     * Bee stings – meat tenderizer or fresh onion
     
     
     * Chigger bite – Preparation H
     
     
     * Puffy eyes – Preparation H
     
     
     * Paper cut – crazy glue or chap stick (glue is used instead of sutures at most hospitals)
     
     
     * Sore nipples (Nursing Mothers) – chap stick or a wet lipton tea bag
     
     
     * Stinky feet – jello!!
     
     
     * Athletes feet – cornstarch
     
     
     * Fungus on toenails or fingernails – vapor rub
     
     
     * Kool aid to clean dishwasher pipes. Just put in the detergent section and run a cycle, it will also clean a toilet.
     
     
     * Kool Aid can be used as a dye in paint, also
     
     
     * Kool aid in Dannon plain yogurt as a finger paint. Your kids will love it and it won't hurt them if they eat it!
     
     
     * Peanut butter – will get scratches out of CD's! Wipe off with a coffee filter paper
     
     
     * Sticking bicycle chain – Pam no-stick cooking spray
     
     
     * Pam will also remove paint, and grease from your hands! Keep a can in your garage.
     
     
     * Peanut butter will remove ink from the face of dolls
     
     
     * When the doll clothes are hard to put on, sprinkle with cornstarch and watch them slide on.
     
     
     * Heavy dandruff – pour on the vinegar!
     
     
     * Body paint – Crisco mixed with food coloring. Heat the Crisco in the microwave, pour into a empty film container and mix with the food color of your choice!
     
     
     * Tie Dye T-Shirt – mix a solution of kool aid and vinegar in a container, tie a rubberband around a section of the t-shirt and soak
     
     
     * Garlic odor on hands – rub stainless steel utensil over entire hand - No more odor!
     
     
     * Preserving a newspaper clipping – large bottle of club soda and 1/2 cup of milk of magnesia, soak for 20 min and let dry, will last for many years!
     
     
     * To keep goggles and glasses from fogging, coat with Colgate toothpaste
     
     
     * Stay-Free MaxiPads – clean window, floors, just stick to the palm of your hands and work! Can also be used as a knee pad.
     
     
     * Pampers as an absorbent! Remove stains from the carpet with club soda, and a pamper to absorb.
     
     
     * Wine stains: Pour on the Morton salt and watch it absorb into the salt.
     
     
     * To remove wax -Take a paper towel and iron it over the wax stain,it will absorb into the towel.
     
     
     * Remove labels off glassware etc. – rub with peanut butter!
     
     
     * Baked on food-fill container with water, get a bounce paper softener and the static from the bounce towel will cause to baked on food to adhere to it. Soak overnight. Also; you can use 2 Efferdent tablets, soak overnight!
     
     
     * Crayon on the wall – Colgate toothpaste and brush it!
     
     
     * Dirty grout – Listerine
     
     
     * Stains on clothes – Colgate
     
     
     * Grass stains – Karo Syrup
     
     
     * Grease Stains – Coca Cola, it will also remove grease stains from the driveway overnight. We know it will take corrosion from batteries!
     
     
     * Sweat Stains – Efferdent, or vinegar
     
     
     * Use a Maxi-Pad in your cap as a sweat ban! (Of course I think I would staple this or pin it in .... you wouldn't want this to drop on the ground)
     
     
     * Fleas in your carpet? 20 Mule Team Borax- sprinkle and let stand for 24 hours.
     
     
     * To Keep Fresh Flowers longer, add a little clorox, or 2 Bayer aspirin, or just use 7-up instead of water
     
     
     
           
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           Pioneer Queen          Jun 29, 2005 #47
       Also, athletes foot:
     
     pee on your feet or clean your toes and the area with alcohol or alcohol and vinegar mixed together. Works better than creams cause it dries it out and the vinegar changes the pH.            Tehuti     
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      Could be lostCould be lost       Jun 29, 2005 #48
       When you get screwed into babysitting at night give the tot a bag of cotton candy and pepsi before they go home.
     
     
     
     Sorry sis you kinda pissed me off. :rof:        Share                 SouthernGrace          Jun 29, 2005 #49
       Wow luna. That's an awesome list. Thanks!
     
     *writing down Pam on my grocery list*
     
     add: :rofl: tehuti!!! :hugs:            Tehuti     
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      Could be lostCould be lost       Jun 29, 2005 #50
       Sugar and dish soap will take the grease off your hands after working on the car.        Share         
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       More of Uncle Toothneeker's Terrible Tips:
     
     * When boiling the flesh from a severed head, plan on boiling for 15 minutes per pound.
     
     * Shallow graves make for easy digging, but to insure that all your little secrets stay buried, follow this simple rule: (Number of bodies) X 2 feet each = total depth.
     
     * If you can't cook the eyes immediately after removing them, store them in chilled white vinegar until you're ready to prepare them --they'll be clear and fresh for up to three days when preserved this way!
     
     * Regardless of what you've been told, one does not plant chickens in the soil.
     
     * The term 'finger sandwiches' is best not interpreted literally unless one is among close friends or is heavily armed.
     
     
     
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       :o
     
     :clap:
     
     Hey Toothy!! :bkiss:            Toothneeker     
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      Could be lostCould be lost       Jun 29, 2005 #53
       Hey Gracie! Hot enough for ya?       Share                 SouthernGrace          Jun 29, 2005 #54
       Oh, it's crazy hot, isn't it???
     
     How you doing hon??? :bunch:            OKIE     
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      Could be lostCould be lost       Jun 30, 2005 #55
       My Moms old remedy's.
     
     For existing or to prevent mold and mildew on grout on tub or shower stalls.
     Add clorox to an empty but cleaned out spray bottle. Spray directly on tile and grout. Allow it to set for a few mintutes then rense. Generally no scrubbing is necessary at all. If mold is minimal or as a preventative, you can dilute the clorox with tap water. This works great and also sterilizes as it cleans.
     
     
     For quick, cheap and simple way to disinfect things. buy a bottle of rubbing alcohol. Clean and use the spray nozzle from an old spray bottle (like 409). Screw it onto the alcohol bottle and begin spraying just about anything. We keep a bottle in our bathrooms and kitchen. works perfect while cooking on the water faucets in between handwashing, or counter tops, or the toilet lid and handle. A quick squirt on the phone too if someone has a cold, it evaporates quickly. You can even buy it in a fresh minty scent too.
     PS: MR.OKIE keeps a bottle by the desk and q-tips for cleaning our computer mouse, works very well and keeps the mouse germ free! Plus he loves it cause it only costs about 50 cents.         Share       

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