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How To Use Common Household Products in Very Uncommon Ways

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« on: December 15, 2008, 04:46:28 pm »

Visine:
Visine doesn`t just get the red out of itchy red eyes, it will also take the red out of a blemish. Apply a little Visine to a stubborn blemish and let dry before applying make up.

Hair spray: 
Spray hair spray on freshly polished brass or copper pieces to prevent tarnishing.
To remove fresh ink or dye stains on fabric spray with hair spray and then blot.  Wash as soon as possible.

Pantyhose:
1. Cut the entire leg off of pantyhose and use to stake tomatoes in the veggie garden. They wont dig into the plants like string. 2. Use old pantyhose to store onions so they donít sprout. Fill the legs with onions, tying a knot after each onion and hang in a cool dark place. When you need an onion, just cut between the bottom knot. 3. Use pantyhose feet to strain paint that  has been sitting. They fabric will catch any chunks that may have formed.

Dental Floss:
1. Sew rips in leather garments with Dental floss. It is stronger than regular thread. (If the leather is a dark color, darken it with a magic marker before sewing) 2. Use dental floss to cut a cake into two layers. It does a better job than a knife.

Dried Beans:
1. Place a handful ofdried beans in a pie shell and bake when your recipe calls for a pre-baked shell. The beans will prevent the bottom of the shell from puffing up. 2. For quick relief of neck pain, fill a sock 3/4 full of dried beans and microwave for two minutes. Wrap sock around neck and enjoy the heat.

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« Reply #1 on: December 15, 2008, 09:21:36 pm »

I heard you could use shaving cream on bathroom mirrors, its supposed to keep them from fogging up.
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