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Housecleaning Tricks & Tips - LaWana Recipe

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Rebecca Pace
Added: Thursday, March 1, 2007

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Black Scuff Marks: on a floor are instantly wiped away with a small amout of baby oil or petroleum jelly on a cleaning rag. Afterward, be sure to wipe the floor thoroughly with a spray cleaner, or it will have a slipper spot.
To remove gum: from leather, jut put a dab of peanut butter on the gum. In a bit, the gum will peel right off.
Baking Soda: mixed with ground cinnamon or cloves makes a great carpet freshener.
To clean pewter: rub the item with the outer leaves of a head of cabbage. Then buff with a soft cloth.
Use a dryer softener sheet to wipe your television screen to remove static electricity.

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These are less expensive than buying these cleaners in the store.

 

 

 

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