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  1. For burnt on food and grease I fill the pot or pan with hot water a squirt of Dawn and 1 dryer sheet. Let sit for about 20 minutes and the yucky stuff comes right off

  2. Thank you for these wonderful hacks. It sure would of made my life a little easier if I knew these when I was younger. Thank you again.

  3. I’ve been using pumice stone to scrub off the “ring” stains in the toilet, ugh. While it works well for difficult stains, I’ll try your magic eraser trick. I hope it works.

  4. You are an inspiration.You write what I think and feel. Glad I found your blog.

  5. Interesting. I’m going to try these! I use ketchup (I buy a cheapo brand for this) to remove food burned on pans. The acid loosens the burned bits. Sometimes it has to sit for a couple of days, but it beats scrubbing. Happily I don’t burn food often.
    Also, to remove calluses on feet, soak your feet in warm water with a good dose of vinegar. Again, the acid does the trick, this time softening the dead skin, which is then easy to pumice off.

  6. Hi Brenda! Do I live under a rock? I don’t think I’ve heard any of these accept maybe the nail polish one. Love the recipe for paint (I’m an art docent at the boys’ school), we need the clogged toilet one (no comment) and does baking soda really do the job of bleach? Hope to give these a try soon. Thank you! ~julie

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