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Things to do with Styrofoam, cans, boxes or other containers: #41

Make fun containers for your crayons and other things, paint them or cover them.
Make a bank for your money
Make containers and packaging for presents at Christmastime or birthdays, paint them or cover them, use the persons name in your design!
Use them to organize things in your drawers like erasers and pencils.
Use them for plant pots
Make a bird house and feed the birds
Make a mobile-see if you can get it to balance!
Make puppets and make a playhouse, use old cloth or paper for the curtain, and clothes.
Make wind chimes
Make styrofoam or cardboard stencils

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Thanks to: Peter Prestipno - Chicago - USA. - rec.:Mar 25, 2002 - pub.:Mar 25, 2002 - sent.:Apr 10, 2002
To remove grease stains from granite. #4846

Make a poultice (soft, moist mass) by combining flour and dish detergent (like Dawn)
Apply the poultice to the stain and cover the area with plastic wrap. Let it set overnight.
Wipe it away and then wash the area with soapy water. Rinse and wipe dry with a soft cloth. And to prevent the stains wipe up spills quickly before they have time to penetrate, in addition, you can seal granite to protect it from stains; ask a stone or granite supplier.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Nov 14, 2006 - pub.:Nov 14, 2006 - sent.:Dec 12, 2006
Saving Energy #3759

When buying clothes dryer ask for models with a moisture sensor.
A sensor automatically stops the machine when clothes are dry, this can minimize shrinking on your clothes and your wallet.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Aug 5, 2005 - pub.:Aug 5, 2005 - sent.:Nov 7, 2005
Is that squeaky floor driving you nuts? #4991

Fill a clean bottle from a hair-dye kit with baby powder, and then squeeze its tip between floorboards that are rubbing together.

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Thanks to: Anonymous - USA. - rec.:Jan 29, 2007 - pub.:Jan 29, 2007 - sent.:Mar 18, 2007
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