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This group was started for us to share affordable clever ideas whether it pertains to cooking , party planning, gardening, crafts, bargain hunting , helpful hints, decorating / remodeling projects, for those of us on a limited budget. If you're like me, I love to save a buck or two, three is even better : ) .... l love creative and inexpensive ideas. Please join in and share yours with us. We'd love to hear them. Product recalls are welcomed also.
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Sep 19, 2016
To unshrink your fine wools follow this idea.
Mix a solution of one gallon lukewarm water and two tablespoons baby shampoo. Soak the shrunken garment for about ten minutes. Now the important part: Don’t rinse! Simply blot out all the excess water with a dry towel and very gently lay it flat on a fresh towel. Reshape slowly and carefully stretch it back to its original size. Dry out of direct sunlight or heat. This tip comes from the Wool Bureau who verifies this technique will work provided the fibers have not become permanently damaged.
Aug 10, 2016
BURNT PAN. Fill that icky casserole pan with warm water and lay a dryer sheet flat on top to soak overnight. In the morning, the baked-on gunk will have either floated off or be loose enough to scrape off easily with a spatula.
TISSUE ROLL. Roll up a dryer sheet and stuff it inside the paper roll. Each time you spin, it releases a little freshness into your bathroom.
BLINDS. Wipe down your blinds with a dryer sheet to prevent static electricity and to keep dust from collecting.
Jun 25, 2016
Also if a recipe calls for fresh herbs and you only have dried, use HALF of the amount called for in the recipe, as the dried are more concentrated.
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