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For the Bathroom & Kitchen Recipe

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Debra Kososki
Added: Tuesday, April 15, 2008

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Pantyhose - scrub a tub. Cut off the foot section, slip a sponge into it and knot the end. Use as a nonabrasive
scouring pads for tubs, dishes, walls and other
nonporous surfaces.

Bathroom- in an old baby wipes container- mix 1 part vinegar and 1 part water. Drop in a few washcloths; tuck it under the sink. While you're supervising your kids baths, pop one out to wipe everything down (toilet last!), then toss it in the hamper. Saves deep cleaning time.

After cleaning the Shower door - wipe on a thin layer of baby oil (don't let it drip) It deflects water and mineral deposits, so no scrubbing next time.

Kitchen- Tackle refrigerator cleaning one shelf at a time. When any shelf is nearly empty, remove the few items, pull out the shelf and take it to the sink for a fast once-over. With quick hits like this, you'll never have to clean the entire contents of the fridge at once.

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